Wednesday 12 July 2017

Christmas Silhouette in July

So here is the post for our new challenge over at Creative Moments, which is a Christmas in July challenge. Of course we are always anything goes over at this challenge blog, but we would love to see you all getting in the festive spirit :). Our lovely sponsors for this challenge are Eureka Stamps and Polkadoodle. I have used a Eureka image, and there will hopefully be another one to share next week too (because we didn't get the sponsor images before I made my card so I am going to try and do another one to use my requested image too).

I simply coloured the start with gold metallic promarker and die-cut into a circle before layering onto a metallic purple card base. I then die-cut the snowflake decorated bauble on matt metallic card and layered this over the top. Nice and simple.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Merry Monday #255 (based on challenge #234 CAS)
SOS #311 CAS
Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge #341 Snowflakes (in the bauble pattern)
C4C393 Travel Destinations (Bethlehem)
MMM #50 Ttavel/Vacation
Deep Ocean #159 Christmas in July
MTTC #349 Christmas in July
inkychicks #85 Christmas
ABC Christmas - N for New (digi and die)

I would also like to share an update on my fish tank with you all, now at 150hr34:

And a friendly little spider that was on our fence - quite a large zebra spider:

 Watching the camera - if you zoom in you can see his eyes really well!!

Thanks for looking and I hope to see you over at these challenges :)

Hugz Tinz


  1. Love your gorgeous card!! Thanks for joining us at Make My Monday.

  2. Fab Christmas card! Thanks for getting CAS with the crew from SHOPPING OUR STASH!

  3. lovely holiday card, i especially love that beautiful color palette! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR (cas!) STASH with us this week! :)

  4. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Make My Monday, good luck!!! Amy DT

  5. Thanks for sharing your wonderful card with us at ABC Christmas Challenge.
    Lisa DT

  6. Your use of pink is so stunning--who'd have thought of pink for a Christmas card? Yours works!
    Ginny B

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