Tuesday, 16 December 2014

I am back and Counting Down to Christmas :)

Hello there :)
I feel I want to ask you how have you been dear reader but I am almost sure I am talking to myself after this long break.
Since my last post life has been busy and exciting and hard work and exciting, the short of it goes like this
We Moved, then it was time for my Paperie Treat at the beautiful Monk Fryston( another amazing event) then we celebrated our European Convention in Bruxelles, then I came back and I ran some workshops and some classes and started decorating the new house, then we moved onto repairing the new house when water started pouring down the walls one day. And then we started getting ready for Christmas and now we are nearly there so I can finally talk to you and thank you for bearing with me, for still placing orders with me and supporting my business :) I appreciate you even if I didn't have a lot of time to inspire you here on the blog.
So in light of this I am sharing some festive makes, I am still making my cards and my team cards I will probably still be making my neighbours cards the night before like I always done at our old address, but somehow it always gets done so I am edited and looking fwd to it all.
It feels exciting to be back *I MISSED MY BLOG* and the ramble :) so here goes.

I am sharing my favourite stamp set from the Christmas catalogue this year and the cards my neighbours will receive , (now let me tell you first -I am back but not with fancy photos yet)

It's a stepper card and made quite quickly. You emboss the Holiday Home houses in white powder on Cherry Cobbler, Island Indigo and Old Olive card then cut out with the matching framelits.
A little bit of dazzling diamonds and you are done :)
Oh and you can quickly turn the leftover house into a cute gift card holder

To make the folder simply fold a chevron paper bag to create a pocket for the gift card to slot in, secure at the ends and decorate the front :)

Thank you for visiting and as alway I am sending you all my XOXOXO

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