Friday 14 March 2014

Spreading Wings

I'm scheduling this one, so fingers crossed you get to see it!

My card today is one I made with the cut off card piece from yesterday's square card, but with overhangs so it will still need the square envelope. I've inked one of my LOTV robin stamps and coloured with my Copic pens for a traditional card in shades of red and green.

Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas challenge is called 'spread your wings', whilst the Crafty Little Fairies want to see things with wings this week - so I can enter this card with them.

Here's the card.There's some plaid and stripe paper in the background with the faux stitch edging inked in brown chalk ink.  I've decorated with various Marianne Design die cuts, pearly red gems and a scrap of brown ric-rac ribbon. I hope you like it.

These are the Marianne Design dies I used:
banner COL1324 with text from COL1325
mini poinsettias LR0142
ivy sprays LR0206
twigs and pine cones LR0286


  1. Gorgeous card and image Annie.Hope all is going well.
    Hugs Sue xx

  2. Thanks for entering your lovely card for CHNC challenge 167 - you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for March - I'd love to see it there too. You could also enter this for our new Completely Christmas challenge 2 - we would love to see it there too, Haze, DT x x

  3. Lovely design and use of the flowers. Hugs, Claire x

  4. This is beautiful Annie, I love this image and I love the dies too!
    Have a lovely weekend :)

  5. What a gorgeous card, Annie. I adore that sweet image, and your die-cuts look fabulous.

    Thank you for entering our challenge at Crafty Little Fairies, and good luck in the draw. We would also love you to join us again in future challenges.

    Jennifer. x

  6. Such a gorgeous card hun, and perfect for our Wings theme, thank you so much for joining us at Crafty Little Fairies this week. Hugs xx

  7. What a fabulous Christmas card! Love the image and all the dies you've used on this little beauty!


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