Monday, 10 November 2014


Hi fellow crafters ... hope you are all well today
I've another Christmas card to share with you and
if I think back to last year by the time December came along
I was well ready to move on to the next season of cards!

The problem is there's so many adorable Christmas products out there
we've just got to keep making them! HoHoHo! 

Anyway enough of that cheesy Christmas stuff here's my card ...

Card Recipe:
Gold 'crackled' cardstock: The Papermill Shop
Circle Baubles using Uniko Studio: Background Builders circles
with a wiggly bit of gold foil card for the top
Sentiment: Clearly Besotted Little Puddings stamp set,
which is heat embossed in gold onto vellum
Banners: Sizzix Framelits
Gems, nailheads and gold metallic 'twine' from my stash 
... Apologies this twine is so springy just noticed the bows 
must have moved as I took the picture ... Grrrr!

Challenges I'd like to link to:
Addicted to Stamps: Photo inspiration
CAS on Sunday: Use 'twine' or 'ribbon'


Ok that's all from me today.
Thanks for stopping by my blog
and see you all soon



  1. I know what you mean with all the Christmas goodies Sarah, far too many luscious items to buy at this time of year. Love these gorgeous ornaments and crackly gold card, that gold twine can be a beast!
    So pleased you decided to join in the fun over here at ATSM. :)

  2. Loving the blinginess of this luscious gold card! Red and gold look so rich together. Perfect card for our challenge at ATSM, thanks for linking up again this week xx

  3. I love that gold card pretty with the red!

  4. Beautiful bauble card. Great layout xxx

  5. This is such a gorgeous Christmas card, Sarah, and so fitting for all these challenges! I love how the bling updates your classic design!! Hugs, Darnell

  6. Gorgeous Christmas card, Sarah. Great colours and I like the ornaments and heat embossing. Thank you for joining us at CAS on Sunday. Luv, Wilma

  7. This is gorgeous opulent!
    Chrissie x

  8. Love this card Sarah! The touch of vellum is so popular right now and is a lovel addition to a beautiful card.


    Di xxy

  9. Dear Sarah, I can't stop admiring your wonderful card. Although christmas cards in non traditional colours are really nice and adorable, the cards in traditional colours are still the best. :-))
    Hugs, Sonja

  10. Oooh this is gorgeous Sarah,love all the gold and the razzle dazzle ;) Viv xx

  11. Beautiful card, Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.


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