Sunday, 14 December 2014

CD Sunday - Stamp-It

Good morning.  The weeks seem to be flying by and do we really have only 10 days to go before Christmas Eve?
I am going to boast now as  all my cards are made and those that needed posting have been posted.  One in the post is my card for this challenge set by Sue - Stamp-It.  I don't do a great deal of stamping these days so it was quite a challenge for me.
Here is my achievement and I hope you like it.

I used a wooden backed stamp and a Versafine Onyx black ink pad with some added glitter for the image.The background came from Robert Addams - Christmas Trees CD and the tag from Carol Ann's Studio - Midi CD-11.  The bow is Sue Wilson's Itty Bitty Bow.
 I had cut out the image with the largest die in the set I was using but I wanted a mat for it so I drew around the outside of the die on the red card  and cut out by hand.  It just gave enough to frame the image.

As we are now posting fortnightly and and our next and last challenge for this year  will be on the 28th December I would like to wish all our followers and contributors a very Happy Christmas.



  1. I love the stamp Carol, a lovely winter scene and a great card. xx

  2. A lovely stamp Carol and a perfect winter's scene. Love the Itty Bitty Bow and and the red card makes the scene stand out.
    Cooler and a little rain here.

  3. Lovely stamp and great winter card,
    Yes it will be a challenge as I don't do stamping very much, no idea what it will be if any.
    Thank you for your card, received last Friday, beautiful thank you
    I hope you have a very happy christmas and new year, personally I can't wait to get rid of this year.

  4. That is really pretty Carol and well done on being so organised. I just looked at my list of cards to be written and sent and I'm now officially in panic mode!
    Jocelyn x


Those leaving a comment on any post on this blog do so in the knowledge that their name and blog link are visible to all who visit this blog and by providing their comment they have published their own personal details on this blog and also consented to our use of that personal information for that specific purpose.