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Sunday, 30 November 2014

Merry Christmas Quickies

Hello my lovelies hope you have had a good weekend.  I must say mine has been rather pleasent - l have managed some more quick christmas cards - ideal for posting which l will share with you this week.
After all the miserable weather we have had this week today has been lovely so l have had sometime outside - a couple of weeks ago l bought some packs of tulips from M&S that had been reduced - 24 for £1.25 l got two packs and managed to get them planted today, so we should have a good show of bulbs in the spring.  The snowdrops are already poking through the soil and l had to be really careful when hoeing, l am hoping the weather stays dry this week to get a bit more done
Anyway l am here to share these quick cards l made a couple of days ago, I used my fav background stamp - Cover a Card snowflake.  When l looked for a snowflake die l did not realise l had so many - note to self do not buy anymore snowflakes you have enough to create a snowstorm lol.




Stamp Cover a card Snowflake
Ink Stampin Up Cherry Cobbler
Die - Memory Box 
Gems, stickles, glitter paper, twine

I have quite a few MDF pieces l want to decorate - could anyone please tell me what you use to paint them before decorating???
I have half my christmas shopping done and wrapped and l am going shopping tomorrow, hopefully l will get the rest done and then it will be time to sort out cards and start writing them out, hope you all have a good week x Susan x

10 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous Susan, I love the pretty snowflakes and wonderful die cuts.
    Sue xx

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  2. Very pretty. I saw that die before and now regret not buying it. Have a super crafty week.

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  3. Hi Susan a beautiful card, love all the stamped snowflakes. Susan x

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  4. I always coat MDF with Gesso first, but equaly a couple of coats of acrylic paint works, whatever you have really Susan, it's just to seal and give a base.

    Your bulbs sound a bargain and yes things are poking their heads though and a couple of our Winter shrubs are already blooming, it's all this mild weather.

    Lovely warm Christmas card.

    B x

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  5. Gorgeous cards Susan, love all the snowflakes.
    Lorraine x

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  6. Oooo what a super collection of CAS cards.

    Glad to hear you have done half of your Xmas shop, i've done most of mine, just need to get 2 pressies for H's friends and a couple of stocking ones for H, Luv Sam x

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  7. Beautiful cards Susan.

    Deborah A

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  8. both so stunning susan.i love the fabulous diecut wording and your designs are gorgeous :D

    xx coops xx

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  9. Such pretty cards Susan, love the red and white combo!

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