Sunday, November 30, 2014

All I Want for Christmas Is!

It is time once again for the
Christmas Card Club girls 
to show their makes for the latest challenge
which was set by Asha.
I have gone with the theme 
All I want for Christmas Is!
I had seen this digi by Mo's Digital Pencil
earlier in the month and knew I wanted to use it here.
The Window aperature was a win I received from
Frosted Designs challenge  which was a pack
of chipboard cut outs by Scrapmatts (Australia).
The window was on one of the sheets and worked
perfectly for this card.
I coloured using Liquid Pearls
in Dark Chocolate and Onyx Pearl to give a
distressed look to it. The corner pieces were left over from
my House mouse cards and given the same treatment.
Card was cut from red card stock and the toning dp
came from a Crafts Beautiful freebie paper collection 2012.

The inside showing the acetate window I sandwiched
between the front and inside front cover

Digi was coloured with pro markers
and you can just see the stickles on the greenery 
on the mantle piece.
gold sentiment by Anita's peel offs .


Entering into the following challenges:
Crafting For All Seasons #91 Tis the season.
Shopping Our Stash #179 Use something you got free ( Design paper and chipboard).
Inspiration Destination #9 Anything goes.
Brown Sugar #122 Anything goes.
Simon Says # Anything goes.
Scrappers Delights #37 Anything goes or traditional christmas.

31 comments:

  1. I love how you've put acetate on the window, so when you open the card, you can see all the image inside. Beautiful card. xx

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  2. Precious images and your window to view this sweet scene is perfect. Blessings and Bliss...

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  3. Simply delightful! Love the image and the design of your card. It all came together nicely. Thank you for sharing and thank you for joining us this week at TTCRD.
    Cindy W. - DT- TTCRD

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  4. Love your idea dn design. Looking thru the window to the children at the fireplace is so sweet!

    Wonderful card, Mrs A.

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  5. This brought tears to an old granny's heart! So precious, Mrs. A.!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. Aww what a pretty image you used Mrs A on your amazing card lovely scene with the children so reminds me of when l was little and my children and that's what Christmas is all about but then we are all children so it serves us all ....lovely papers too! take care x

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  7. This is beautiful Mrs A. So olde worlde but beautiful.
    Hugs
    xx

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  8. What a delightful image you have used and the idea of the window looking in to the room is fab.
    Lorraine

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  9. So gorgeous Mrs A, I like this image and the colours
    Kevin xx

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  10. A gorgeous card Mrs A, love your window and the beautiful image inside. I was struggling with this topic hence the reason I was happy to use my one set of bells! Carol x

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  11. What a superb image for this theme! And I love the way you sandwiched the window acetate. Great card Mrs A. Hugs Christine xx

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  12. Beautiful card, love the image and being seen through the window, lovely colours, hugs Kate x

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  13. Beautiful card, love the image and being seen through the window, lovely colours, hugs Kate x

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  14. Beautiful card, love the image and being seen through the window, lovely colours, hugs Kate x

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  15. Beautiful card, love the image and being seen through the window, lovely colours, hugs Kate x

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  16. Beautiful card, love the image and being seen through the window, lovely colours, hugs Kate x

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  17. very fun window card :) thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp!!

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  18. This is so bloomin' cute Valery - I really feel as if I'm standing outside looking in!!! Makes me think very wistfully back to when I was a little girl!

    Hugs to you Sue Pxxx

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  19. Hi Valery
    Fabulous card....
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  20. Great card, thanks for joinng us at Brown Sugar this week.

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  21. What a great little scene. The window is a fab idea and works really well with the embellies you have added x

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  22. Very clever layout for this card and anyone who uses acetate on a card goes to the top of the class as far as I am concerned, fab card.
    Thanks for your comment he he.

    Kath x

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  23. A fab take on Asha's "All I Want" theme. Love this digi...and so beautifully colored. I'm liking the way you've sandwiched the acetate window as you did. Great color workup with the liquid pearls too. HOw fun you could use your leftover corners. They worked perfectly to dress up this pretty card. TFS & Hugs

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  24. Sweet image! Thanks for sharing your fabulous project and joining us for our current challenge at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
    Ema
    IDCB Owner

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  25. The perfect image of wishing for Christmas for any child. Lovely card and perfect for the challenge. Zx

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  26. Lovely card for the CCC challenge, Mrs A x

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  27. Love the window! Thanks for joining us at Shopping Our Stash!

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  28. So very, very cute Mrs A! Love that image, reminds me of Christmas past when I was a young 'un. A beautiful and gorgeous card.
    Whilst here I wanted to apologise for being ill and not able to join in the last Butterfly Challenge - I do love your challenges but the virus I've got has knocked the stuffing out of me! Karen x

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  29. Gorgeous card and lovely image and colours. Thanks for joining us at CFAS Hugs Tina (DT) x

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