Monday, July 2, 2012

MC July/12 - Quill - Xmas Charm

The first batch of Xmas cards done - a dozen plus the prototype... I'm pleased BIG GRIN

I'm using a home made stencil for the Xmas words, a die cut for the ivy sprig, quilled berries and stamping on the inside... Click on card image to see more details and descriptions etc. Enjoy.

I'm also using a  Quietfire Design Xmas rubber stamp

And it fits for these challenges:
Totally Papercrafts  #123 Use a digi (the "Xmas Charm" word is digitally created)
Secret Crafters Staurday  #192 Xmas
One Stitch at a Time  #120 (the "Xmas Charm" word is digitally created)
Pan Pastel UK  #25 (the "Xmas Charm" word is digitally created)


downrightcrafty said...

oh this is gorgeous a lovely Christmas creation, thank you for joining us at the Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge
Hugs Kate xx
ps I have 1000 follower candy if you are interested :)

Laine said...

What a fabulous card. Love the greeting and the decoration.
Thank you for joining us at Totally Paper Crafts this week.

Brenda Brown said...

Love your use of the digi to create the sentiment. Thanks for linking to PanPastel UK this week.
hugs {brenda} xox

Inkypinkydelights said...

Tis is lovely! Thankyou for sharing your lovely creation at One Stitch at a Time. This is perfect for our Use a Digi theme. Good luck with the Challenge. Judy x DT

Josephine said...

What a fabulous card!

Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week, and good luck!

Beth Akins said...

love the die cut and quilled berries. Aren't' you clever making your own stencil for xmas!

Pia S said...

What a gorgeous Xmas card! I love the ivy diecut, and the letters look great too. The distressing is a really nice touch!

Deb said...

Lovely Christmas creation, the ivy is beautiful, thanks so much for joining our challenge this week at One Stitch at a Time

Sonia said...

A nice card. Thanks for joing in with the 'Secret Crafters Saturday challenge' this week.
Hugs Sonia xxx

Julies Crafty Creations said...

Great card. Thanks or joining in with our use a digi challenge over at OSAAT and good luck. Julie x