Sunday, 12 February 2017

Christmas Card Club

Hello and I hope you are all keeping warm.  We had quite a bit of snow Friday afternoon and overnight so it made for quite a hairy trip for the newspaper.  We are very hilly here and there are two different routes to the next village which is about three miles away. The most direct route is the worst because it it up and down and twisty and twiny - and doesn't get gritted! The other route is a little further but they have a bus from that village and the bus route goes up that very steep hill so it is gritted.  No contest!  But I was glad to get back home!

This post is a full week late.  It is for the Christmas Card Club but last week was such a busy one I missed it!  To make up for it I have made three cards - and very helpful for my stash.  They are all fairly simple and flat because these will be posted.  The theme, chosen by Rachel, is Festive Foliage. I'm sorry to be so late but it was a great challenge Rachel.

My Cards




The first two are made using images from the LOTV Art Pads. The final one is made with an image from my Greeting Card Factory.  This one is very flat indeed - in fact one layer!  I have been experimenting adding different borders to make it look as if there are lots of layers.  I also added the greeting to the layer before printing it out.

Anyway, that's all from me.  Take care.





15 comments:

  1. Three super cards Christine and perfect for Rachel's challenge and your growing stash pile too.
    We had a little bit of snow over night but nothing compared to some, hope yours goes away soon. Stay safe and warm.
    Lorraine

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  2. Hi Christine, well worth waiting for as all three cards are fabulous, lovely images and designs.
    We had snow yesterday, but all gone now, very cold though. Take care and keep cosy, Kate x

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  3. These cards are really gorgeous Christine..we didn't have much snow in Guisy but we've had plenty of rain!! hope you and John are keeping well lots of huggles Sue xxxxx

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  4. Ik zou geen keuze kunnen maken het zijn allemaal prachtig.
    Groetjes Gerrie

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  5. Well you certainly have been busy ,three lovely cards...love the LOTV images...thank goodness they are bringing out more as digital images...I so miss the art pads....the snow came and went here than goodness...enjoy the rest of the weekend xxxxx

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  6. And well worth the wait too. Love how you have changed the look of the LOTV images just by adding the fancy framework. Works a treat. Hugs Mrs A.

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  7. Three very beautiful cards!
    Lovely images.
    Well done!
    Hugs from Holland, Crealientje.

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  8. Fabulous cards... Christine... all gorgeous..
    Snow what's that ours has been wet but still 17 degs
    Hugs Sylvie xd

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  9. Gorgeous cards Christine, love LOTV and their toppers are a great asset to my craft stash. xxx

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  10. Morning Christine,
    Three lovely cards, it's a pity that LOTV stopped doing the art pads, they were so useful.
    Lydia
    X

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  11. A gorgeous selection of cards Christine. Very pretty designs
    Lorraine x

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  12. You sure have been busy making some really delightful cards. I never saw any of the LOTV Art Pads.
    Sandy xx

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  13. Hi Christine
    What a wonderful festive trio. I particularly love the first one as I'm a sucker for ivy.
    We had snow but it didn't settle, thankfully.
    Hope all is good with you.
    Ang x

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  14. Love these cards the designs are so classy and I love the traditional colours. so glad its a bit warmer this week although we had little snow its was very cold and dark if i had that route to negotiate in winter i would get my paper online Love and hugs Carole x

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  15. What a gorgeous selection of festive foliage. Lovely mix of foliage too! Zx

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