Yesterday I started to panic I have not bought one present yet as my diary is filling up with dates and I can see December slide away. I love Christmas but it is getting harder every year in the present giving ideas, now Jenni and Luke are older they have entered the too hard to buy for basket  as well.  what do they want for Christmas time off work and the family get together.

Alex and I took a weeks holiday down at Goolwa when we go away I always pack my craft stuff but with limited supply which always is challenging on its own,  this time was to complete Christmas cards, when I sat down to create I realised I did not bring much base card stock  so I really had to make do as the local craft shop is in the next town.


 challenge 27 decoration/cards

this is my card below the inserts are vellum absolutely beautiful cardstock with matching vellum one of my favourites at the moment

Published in: on December 3, 2009 at 9:34 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. Denise, these are gorgeous creations. You have your own unique style. Love it. Your papers are beautiful and love the border punches. These adorable Tildas are coloured wonderfully.
    Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Down Under.


  2. A woman after my own heart, LOVE those papers, they are a masterpiece in and of themselves and I love how you’ve used them!! These Tilda’s are gorgeously coloured and love the MS punch!! Thanks for sharing with us at MDUC, I look forward to seeing your creations 🙂

  3. Wow all of the above are just gorgeous! Thanks for joining in the MDUC.
    Kristy xx

  4. These papers are exquisite! Very Victorian looking and I love what you have done with them with the Magnolia images colored so beautifully and the borner punches and embellishments. Lovely cards, hard to part with, but lucky recipients! Thanks for sharing them with us at the MDUC this week. Can’t wait to see what you’re up to next challenge.

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