Saturday, February 11, 2012

Christmas Card Challenge #19 and Sparkles Anything Goes Christmas

Hopefully by participating in this challenge now, I will have 52 Christmas cards ready for this year, ok I started late, but those of you who know me and my production line, know that I may catch up. 
I used Stampin Up Cherry Cobbler cardstock as the base
Patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye  Lost & Found Christmas and edged with Cherry Cobbler ink
Stamp is from Stamp-It Australia 
Spellbinders Floral Doily Motifs SKU: S5-041 was cut out of kraft cardstock

Also linking this to Sparkles Anything Goes Christmas 


  1. That's really nice Bridget, a great interpretation of the sketch...I love the Down Under stamp.
    Just got round to comments etc from finishing WOYWW...thanks for telling me about No 78..I did leave her a comment to the same effect..if the same happens next week, I'll just remove is a grrrrr!!

  2. You are good Bridget. I can never find the inspiration to do christmascards at other times than December, and even then is is a "must do" project :) Love the stamp you have used!

  3. Fab card, love the colours and those flowers are beautiful with that image. Thanks for joining us at CCWS
    Claire xx

  4. Great card Bridget - love that map, but it is wrong - your East Island is the centre!!

  5. I like your idea of getting 52 cards done and this is a great start. I continue to just love the flowers that you make.

  6. Fabulous card!

    thank you for joining in the fun at SCC for our *Anything Goes + Blog Hop * challenge

    Hope you will join again soon
    Good luck in the draw
    Hugs Shaz x

  7. Hi Bridget,
    What an Absolutely Gorgeous Christmas Card!!! Love the image, the dps, the colour scheme is fabulous. Love the layout and the embellishments. Thanks for joining us at Sparkles Christmas Challenge Birthday Blog Hop and Good Luck. Hope to see you joining us again.
    Hugs Jacqui xxx

  8. There's so much to like about your card... but you know something? I hope you don't find this insulting but the globe centered on Australia is the most fascinating - it's all a matter of perspective!


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