Friday 31 October 2014


I arrived home yesterday from not so sunny Devon.  Our little caravan is now packed away for the winter and will be kept warm in a barn until next Easter.  There was not much room in the car this time to take the usual amount of craft stuff (in case of bad weather), but I managed to make thirty four more Christmas cards, with another ten partly done.  The card below is one of the ones I finished off today.

A quick and easy one, using up some snippets of Christmas papers.  As the left hand side has Christmas words on, I decided the card didn't need a Christmas greeting.  The holly punch is one I picked up at a car boot sale for a bargain price! I do like a bargain!

Off to share my card over at Pixie's Snippets Playground - Week 148  then I need to make a birthday card for a friend.  I have an idea in my head for a butterfly card, so if it works out, I'll pop over to the Butterfly Challenge.


  1. Hi Liz, first of all, thank you for your comforting words on my In Memory blog post, highly appreciated. Quick but nice card you've made.
    Hugs Veerle xx

  2. Hi Liz,is lovely your Christmas card!Greetings!!

  3. Lovely card Liz - and what a surprise when you showed it open. Great idea to have the circle over the shortened front of the card!


    Di xx


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