Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Numbers Frugal 8.

Nessa has a competition on her blog to see if you can make a Christmas card using your  non traditional Christmas orientated stash. . You cannot use Christmas dies or stamps but you may use a Christmas sentiment and papers if you choose.
Here is what I have pulled out of my stash to use today.


A plain red & green papers plus a matching/ toning paper from the same pack.
(Pack by Hot off the Press  came free in a magazine)
Plain and fancy circle dies, corners( a waste product from a die cut )
plain white card stock and fancy blank card.
The numbers  and month were cut and saved  from an old calendar before it was discarded last yr.

Here is the completed card.


The inside showing the folds and pivoting action.



Entering into the following challenges:
Frugal Christmas Card competition:  Using non Christmas items.
Make It Monday #159 : Papercrafts.
Hiding In My Craft Room #116: Lots of layers.
Challenges 4 Everybody # 29: Anything goes.
Through The Craft Room Door: Anything goes.
LEJ Designs # 72: Lots Of Layers.
Crafty Hazelnuts Extra #9:: Anything goes Christmassy.
Inspire Me Fridays  #121: Anything goes. 
Bearly Mine #105: Anything goes. 







19 comments:

  1. Wow a great card ... love your fold. Thank you for joining TTCRD this week.

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  2. Another clever card Mrs A :)
    That fold is great-and just perfect for holding that very important date !
    Have a lovely day,Nessa xx

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  3. Wonderful Mrs A! You just reminded me I have some similar card blanks from your good self to play with :)

    Hugs, Di xx

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  4. Fabulous card,love the design and great colours.xxx

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  5. Great card, love the pivoting middle section! Spotted it on MIM xx

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  6. So nice,I love the finished card and it's always fun to see what You used.Sounds like My kind of challenge-what fun.Love the corners :) thanks for visiting Me-Denise

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  7. Great card for all the challenges...Must try and work on Nessa's challenge today. I need more Christmas cards. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving the nice comments.

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  8. Another stunning creation Mrs A. Love the colours you've used Karen x

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  9. Hello, Mrs A! Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my blog! You asked about the background to the bunny on one of my cards - it is indeed a die-cut, made with a Spellbinders Deckled Rectangles die (S4-202)

    I am really enjoying your 'frugal' cards, what a great idea of Nessa's! I love this interactive card!!

    love Mags B x

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  10. Wow, Mrs. A! You have outdone yourself with these frugal Christmas cards! They all look very Christmasy.

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  11. Another brilliant idea from yourself and it looks great.

    Kath x

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  12. You really are on a roll with these wonderful cards! Thanks for another entry for my CHNC challenge extra for September – hope to see you again soon. x

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  13. Fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing this with us at MIM! Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning! Good luck!
    Rene :D

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  14. Hi Mrs. A, Thanks so much for stopping by and saying hello to my new blog. Love your take on the Christmas that aren't traditional. Plus you are building a nice stash of cards already for the holidays. I'm just not there yet, have to do Halloween first. Come visit again.

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  15. Another super Frugal! Wow, your imagination has gone into Overdrive. Each one just gets better & better-er! Fancy you thinking of saving the numbers on an old calendar. Clever You! TFS & Hugs

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  16. Awesome card! Thanks for joining us this week at HIMCR!

    Hiding in My Craft Room
    ~Laurie

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  17. This is beautiful and a great style of card.

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