Sunday, 30 June 2013

Christmas in July (well the last day of June)



I feel like I'm always chasing my tail lately despite my best efforts to get organised :(  I (just about) managed to get my card for this week's Sentimental Sundays challenge which is "All Things Digital" (with a sentiment). We are sponsored by Clearly Digi Stamps & I used Bitty Tree & Snowflake Image (well just the tree but you get both).  The image was coloured but as my printer isn't printing colour properly I had to go over the image with ProMarkers.  The papers were free in a magazine & I used my holly border die & finished off with gems & a sentiment.  

The challenges:
Crimbo Crackers - You've Had it How Long??? (star gem, I've had these for over 10 years!!)
Christmas Stampin' All Year Long - Sweet Inspiration 
Jingle Bells - We Wish You a Digital Christmas


So get printing all those wonderful digital images (& there are so many fabulous ones to chose from) & I hope you can join us.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend - we actually have sunshine (sort of) at last so we are having a BBQ at the In Laws (hooray, no cooking for me!)

16 comments:

fabiola jaques said...

so happy you play with us at CSAYL Tracey, so cute and lovely création, this is darling, hope to see you next time, biz

Sandra H said...

Stunning is your creation and all of the bling is amazing thank you for sharing your card with our challenge over at Crafty Friends Challenge "Bling" good luck and l hope to see you again next time DT Member Sandra H xx

Marie B. said...

That is a gorgeous tree! Love the added bling! :)

Heather said...

Beautiful card. Love your little metal tag and the rhinestones added to the tree. Thanks for playing with CSAYL.

SmilynStef said...

Love the pretty little holiday tree and that wonderful branch of holly ... so very glad you joined us at Jingle Belles.

debby4000 said...

Gorgeous card.
luv
Debby

Penny said...

Love all the layers & die cuts on your card, Tracey! Really pretty paper and great design, too! Love the added bling. :^)
Hugs, Penny

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Ella's Design said...

Fab Xmas card, Tracey! Love the simple design, traditional colours and all that bling! Lisa x

lauren bergold said...

what a lovely christmas card, that tree is just do gorgeous and you've accented it perfectly! so pleased you could join our hybrid holiday fun at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

Julie E said...

Lovely card with all the bling! The circle works well with this week's inspiration. Thanks so much for joining in the fun at CSAYL!

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