Saturday, 23 November 2013

Turkey Dinner

Hello, I am back today with a Christmas card 
I have followed the sketch for this fortnights challenge over a Sketch & Stash

This is a stamp from LOV and I have had it in my stash for some time! It is still available on their web site.
The Papers are also from my Stash and were part of a Magazine giveaway last winter (I know I should be ashamed of myself) lol
I have coloured the image with promarkers and polychromos pencils
The lovely roses are from Wild Orchid Crafts, and I added some holly leaves, the gold glittery things, are long stamens (WOC) that I dipped in some glue and then into the glitter pot.
Sentiment is from Craftwork cards.
Ribbon from Meiflowers
I have also added some glamour dust for a bit of Christmas sparkle.

I am entering this into the following challenge

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  1. This is such a lovely card Gail - I think LOTV images are real favourites of mine. The papers you have chosen are wonderful and the embellishments just finish your card off nicely.

    So glad you played in the OSAAT challenge this week, looking forward to seeing you again soon

    Hugs to you Sue Pxxx DT member

  2. What a very charming and oh so pretty Christmas card Gail. I love the traditional colours in your very beautiful papers and your floral and bow embellishments are wonderful. Good luck in our challenge this week. Ingrid xx ( OSAAT Team )

  3. Lovely DPs Gail, really festive colours! Great layout too! Thanks for sharing at One Stitch At A Time and good luck in the challenge.

    Victoria (DT OSAAT)

  4. What a lovely card. The rich red/green colour combination is just beautiful. It has such a vintage feel. I love it. Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week. Good luck.

    Lynn, OSAAT DT

  5. Gorgeous card - super image and beautiful traditional colours.
    Thanks for playing along with SnS this time.
    Good luck.
    Debs xx


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