Sunday, 2 December 2012

CD Sunday - Oh Christmas tree

Good morning one and all.  What a great theme Caz has chosen for the start of December.
The start of a  new week, a new month,  a new Guest designer  and we have  a  great sponsor - The Art of Craft.  What a lot in one sentence.
Thank you so much Pauline for your wonderful cards last month and welcome to Linby who is our GDT for December.

The Art of Craft is my local store or as I prefer to call it  - Aladdins Cave.  If you ever get to North Camp in Hampshire please call - you won't be disappointed.  It is where I go for my parchment lessons and workshops and shopping and chat etc, etc.  Jane - owner - is giving a £10.00 voucher as the prize for the lucky drawn winner.

Here is my card:

I used Robert Addams - Christmas Backing Papers CD for the snowflake 'card' and the word mat.
The stitch card pattern came from 'Stitching Cards' and the coloured parchment, mirri card and threads were all from The Art of Craft.
I look foward to seeing some glorious Christmas Trees.


  1. This is lovely Carol love your flowers and how lovely is that tree

    jacqui x

  2. A lovely card Carol - and a fabulous tree. How effective and clever is that.
    Beryl xx

  3. Hi Carol

    Gorgeous card, love your Christmas tree stitching beautiful design.

  4. Wow carol what a beautiful tree, and gorgeous poinsettias.

    Sue x

  5. this is beautiful Carol, you do do fabulous parchment and stitching, this tree is so effective and i love the script paper.
    sue xx

  6. As usual you have excelled with your DT card, I think you put me to shame. Love the stitching on this tree and the whole feel of the card.

    Jenny x

  7. wow - fab stitching and a lovely card. thanks for your comment on my blog, I look forward to working with you and the team in December.
    Lynn x

  8. Another beautiful creation from you Carol. I love your stitched card and your parchment poinsettias are gorgeous.
    Christine xx


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