Sunday, 28 July 2013

Christmas Card Club

Hello Everyone
I hope you all have had a lovely day.....weather still hot here in Gib....so i have not done a lot today....just finished my card for our Little Christmas Card Club......it was Karens turn to Choose the Theme ....Tea Bag Folding or Origami....I have not done any Tea Bag folding for years ....so i had to look on the Web how to do my little Tree....i soon remembered......so come take a look....
Card Recipe
SU. Red Card....Embossing Folder....& Message.....
Papers Papermania Christmas.....
Gems The Hobby House....
I would like to enter my card into Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge ....Anything Goes...
Thanks for looking....
Hugs Sylvie xx


28 comments:

Hazel

Same thoughts as me, Sylvie - love your pretty tree - perfect for Karen's CCC challenge - and thanks for sharing for my CHNC challenge extra for July - hope to see you again soon. x

Tanya

Gorgeous card Hazel, love the embossing :)

Tanya xx

Sue - bearhouse

This is gorgeous Sylvie, I love the tree design and beautiful papers you have used.
hugs Sue xx

fun stamping

Cute tree - love the embossing behind it! I am in Canada right now - nice and cool!

Heather Rogers

Very pretty card Sylvie. I love all the colours you have used. The background is great too! I haven't done any teabag folding did some Iris folding which was fun though. Good luck!

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

Jacqui's little piece of England

Your tree is lovely Sylvie I've never attempted teabag folding but I must admit after seeing a few now on the blogs I think its rather lovely to see
jacqui x

Christine Harrop

We have certainly gone with the tree theme haven't we? I love your tree Sylvie. It's amazing that they are also all different trees! The papers look great and the embossed background. Christine xx

Claire

A beautiful creation which looks fab backed onto the embossed background. Hugs, Claire x

Claire

A beautiful creation which looks fab backed onto the embossed background. Hugs, Claire x

dutchess

How clever is that.... well I tried but was just defeated....no stamina hey......the papers are great hugs margaret xxx

scrappymo!

You close lovely papers for your tree and love that you used different ones for the layers! The embossed background looks great too!

Squirrel x

Fabulous hun xx

ellyscard creatief

Wow,fabulous card.
Gr Elly

Doreen

This is gorgeous,what a fabulous design and great colours.xxx

coops

so gorgeous Sylvie.your tree is fabulous ;D

xx coops xx

Jenny

This is so pretty . I love the papers and the design and .... all of it. hugs x

Planetsusie

This is lovely Sylvie - it looks especially sweet on the background embossing. Brilliant choice of papers.

Hugs Sue Pxxx

PS Is that the view from your window?????

Karen Petitt

Beautiful folding Sylvie and such a pretty colour combination too. Thank you so much for joining in Karen x

Stamps and Paper

Love your iris folding tree Sylvie its very effective, pretty papers too

Anne

Faith A

Such a pretty pretty tree,lovely card.

Mandy

hi Sylvie, fabulous creations since my last visit. Thank you for your lovely comment. Our bike is a Harley, hoping the weather is kind to us as we tried to do this trip last year but the floods meant we had to go by car !

xx

Molecraft

It looks fabulous, I have never tried that technique before!
Helen x

debby4000

Fabulous tree, gorgeous card.
luv
Debby

Mau xx

Morning Sylvie, Thanks for calling by...and staying :)) I am thrilled to have you on board xx
sorry I haven't had much chance to call since I found you, due of course to poorly sister.
Love the card, you clever lady. Its years since I did any teabag folds as well. Love your little tree with the pretty papers, and the embossing is lovely.
Huge Hugs Mau xx

Katina

Fabulous!
xx

Marlou McAlees

loving this Christmas card ... beautiful xx

Crafty Kitten

Sylvie this looks divine. Love how you used more than one paper on this tree.
hugs
Dawn xx

Asha

What a wonderful idea to use different papers for the tree. Absolutely adorable!
xxx Asha
Sunny Summer Crafts
Sorry I'm late visiting, Sylvie. No excuse. I just plum forgot. ooops!