Saturday, 10 December 2016

Holiday chaos

Usually I would join in with Catch The Bug Challenges
but this year I am really behind with everything - but I still wanted to submit something!!

 I mentioned the other day I hadn't yet finished my Christmas cards.
 I was very pleased with my design at the beginning November
 so I decided to make a whole lot of these but in a much smaller form.
My original card was a 6x6 inch square card -
 today I have made a set of 4x4 inch cards...

I used the image  Make it Snappy - Oh Christmas tree. I printed it several times and coloured the images with a Spectrum Noir marker and cut them out.

The background of each card is a page from Imagine That Digistamps
 Again I printed this several times to an A4 page.

I added the background and image to each card.

Using a fineliner I added a black line around the paper and added some doodles.
I added glamour dust to some of the image to add some shine...

I am not sure if this counts as I have obviously used this design before but I will link this to Day One Challenge - All That Sparkles

The other image I have used a lot recently is
 Season's Greetings Feet, coloured with Promarkers,
 a little glitter glue and then cut out.
I have used this to make several cards, tags and a set of tag cards...

l will link this to Day 6 Challenge

Happy Crafting!


  1. How fun, I love your cards. They are so unique in design. I love what you have done with them. Thanks for joining us for our Holiday Chaos at Catch The Bug.

  2. Thanks so much for playing along in our Christmas Chaos Oldie But Goodie Challenge at Catch the Bug! I love your project, good luck !

  3. Both cards are fantastic! Thanks for joining Catch the Bug's Holiday Chaos, good luck! Dawn Bugaboo DT

  4. I LOVE your card! Thanks for joining Bugaboo's Holiday Chaos Event this past week. Good luck!
    Jen Leeflang

  5. Doesn't matter how many times you use the feet - they
    are still a fun stamp.
    Love the trees.
    thanks for sharing.


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