Polka Doodles Challenge 21



Another fabby sketch over at Polkadoodles this week.  I've kept my card simple, still trying to find a design for the christmas card production line.  I think I may have got there with this one.  The paper design is from the Sugar Birdies cd, not a specific christmas design and not a traditional colour but I think it works and I like it, surprise surprise! ;).  One of the baubles is glittery believe it or not, it's so dark here today so not a good pic.  Tflx
Papers: Polkadoodles Sugar Birdies; Cord: Hobbycraft; Rubon: Making Memories; Diecut Baubles: from stash

12 comments:

  1. Fab card Dolly and love your take on the "Polka Doodles" sketch. Many thanks for joinng in with the Polka Doodles challenge this week.

    Lou
    x

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  2. Love the black and white Christmas card. Thanks for joining in at Polkadoodles.

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  3. What a fab and chic card, it's stuning! Sal xx

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  4. This is very unique, and very beautiful! I love it! What a gorgeous Christmas Card, it is so non-traditional, yet just shouts out Christmas. I am stunned!

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  5. Love your take on the challenge Dolly, those papers you chose are one of my favourite designs, and the black baubles are inspired!!
    big hugs
    En xx

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  6. lovely card Dolly, great colours
    Allisonx

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  7. Super card Dolly - So simple yet so very beautiful!

    Love Lynda xxx

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  8. oh, this is fabulous Dolly! I love the ornaments against those backing papers...stunning!
    blessings, Maria

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  9. Now this is a good idea for some simple Christmas cards! Great use of the sketch! Thanks for entering the Polkadoodle Challenge - hope you can join us again next week!

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  10. Fabulous card!! Thanks for joining us at Polka Doodles!!

    Saskia :)

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  11. Great card - I'd love to recieve it! Thanks for playing at Polkadooles again! Cheers Claire x

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  12. I like it. (nodding) Yep.. definitely feeling the simplicity and non-trad vibe. Love those scalloped edge cards, too.

    I'm going to burst if I don't ask someone this question.. Where do they come from? What are they called? (Don't tell me.. 'Scalloped edge cards'.. D'uhh!) Well, I will ask, cuz you never know.. It might be something original and obscure! lol ;o)

    Hugs,
    Chris xx

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