Father Christmas


I did get my head 'round making a Christmas card, probably helped my the miserable weather.  It's for the 'Father Christmas' challenge over at DCM.  This week there's a prize from Crafty Emmas Store for one lucky random winner!  Still one day left to enter and there's lots of Father Christmas inspirtion from the DT over on the DCM blog.


Still using up my old paper stash, this one is Basic Grey Dasher.

Other Supplies:
Pink Petticoat Sentiment
Father Christmas stamp - freebie from Quick cards
Holly leaves from Lynda
Bakers Twine - The Ribbon Girl
Woodware Button
Machine Stitching

12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Vicky I love it!

    Tina
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  2. I love it Vicky. What a fab image! I really love the paper frill etc.
    Thanks for joining in with The Daring Cardmakers this week

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  3. Okay, this is such a darling card...love it.

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  4. Fabulous card and I must admit, this weather does make you think Christmas, more than "summer and so called, flaming June" lol

    All your projects since my last visit are stunning, as always!
    Love Emma xx

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  5. This is gorgeous - I love the tartan trim and the Father Christmas is fab!

    jo x

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  6. Oh I love that Santa image and even better that it was a freebie. A fabulous card as always Vicky and it's great to have you joining in with us at DCM.

    Love Lynda xxx

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  7. What a lovely card Vicky, really like the tartan look!

    xx

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  8. A Christmas card in June ha ha! (nervous giggle, maybe I need to start?)
    It's gorgeous - I love the 3d image and the frill is really effective x

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  9. Gorgeous card Vicky, I love the tartan frill! Thanks for sharing with us at The Daring Cardmakers this week!

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  10. I love this sweet santa and all the tartan! A fabulous card!

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  11. Gorgeous card Vicky, love the pleated tartan :) nice touch :) xx

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  12. This is just super, your straight forward elegant style is perfectly displayed with this card.
    Keryn x

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