Saturday, November 4, 2017

Fairy Christmas

Howdy Crafters -  Can you believe Christmas is almost here? Here is a Christmas Card I finished this morning using dies and stamps~ thanks for dropping by - blessings, Gail

Recipe
Cardstock: White, Black, Dark Brown, Patterned Grey for back ground, light Brown
Bow It All to create the Brown Bow - 2 way tape
Stamps: MFP - The Fairy - First Time I have used this stamp as well as the Word Fairy - Christmas - Gina K Warm Cocoa ink - Misti for stamping
Die Cuts: Cuttlebug
Spellbinders Rectangle Dies
Poppy Stamps - Evergreen Trees, Woodland Fawn, Squirrel
Memory Box: Star of Wonder, Country Landscape
White Gel Pen for the Snow on Trees
A Wink of Stella on the Star and Fairy

I was inspired to create by these Challenges:
Nov 30 November CHN Patterned
Nov 30 November CHN Extra Christmas

Nov 10 CHN Weekly #348 Christmas UE 
Nov 30 Beccy Place Nov 5th Annual Holiday Card/Project Challenge F is for Fairy
Nov 15 Really Reasonable Ribbon last challenge
Nov 9 Catch the bug AG #2
Nov 28 Poppy Stamps - Faerie Kingdom #1
 

7 comments:

  1. Great play on words Gail! I love the colour scheme on this card, the browns and creams look wonderful together and make me think of snow and chocolate all at the same time! The little scene you created with the different die cuts is lovely. Fabulous job!
    Cheers,
    Beccy

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  2. Different Christmas card but lovely. Thanks for sharing with CHN patterned paper challenge.
    Hugs
    Margaret M DT

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  3. Love your Fairy Christmas card! Great layering! Thanks for participating in the Poppystamps Challenge, Fairie Kingdom!

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  4. Beautiful magical scene you have created Gail.
    Thank you for joining us in the Poppystamps Challenge.
    Pam x

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  5. Magical Christmas Scene Gail! This is beautiful!

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  6. Fantastic card! The scene is so pretty and I simply love your choice of colors!

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