Time once more for the girls in the Christmas Card Club to show our makes. It was Lorraine's turn to choose the theme and she chose Festive food. I don't have anything in my stash for that so I fell back on the Anything Goes element that we can use if needed. With the state of my internet I have also delved into my archives and found a card I made and sent last year but never showed. I have scheduled this well in advance whilst I can still post with pictures.
I really liked this card when I received it one Christmas so it went into my used Christmas card stash.
I trimmed it down very slightly mounted onto glitter card and then onto a bright gold card stock. I then made into one of my stock Acetate fronted cards. This acetate sheet has gold falling snow on it and looked relay good with the card. The yellow ribbon was from my stash.
Hopefully we will know shortly what is happening with the phone line and if it can be fixed without major disruption. Fingers and toes crossed.
Hi Mrs A this is a stunning card I love it. I do hope you get your internet sorted soon. Take care. Hugs Jackie
Great card and I love the acetate. Hope your internet will be fixed soon.
Hi Mrs A this card is so pretty,you are very clever my friend xx
This is a great card ValeryAnn and the 12 days of Christmas is a terrific recycle. I sometimes do this with cards I really love then forget where I put them. I am using some recycled stuff on my card for tomorrow's post from a card I got this past Christmas - just in case I lose it ... lol! Christine x
A fantastic card Valery Anne, I can see why you kept it after Christmas was over.
This Mrs A is such a lovely card l like all that you have done to it so pretty x
Damn Internet! One of those things now we can't really live without - like you craft stash!!!!
Great card Mrs A and fingers crossed!
A wonderful card, Mrs A. Hope you get your internet sorted soon xxx
Beautiful card Valery....it’s so great to recycle cards you liked when you received it...and so satisfying...we are not talking about the internet in our house either well other than swear words.....enjoy the rest of today xxxx
your card is beautiful, great recycling, love the use of the acetate!
Hope the internet issues are sorted soon it's sooo frustrating when it plays up!
A lovely card Mrs A. you are brilliant at recycling cards and giving them a new lease of life.
In answer to your question. I have emailed you.
Hugs, Avril xx
Beautifully recycled Valery, I love all the images and your gold ribbon.
Hoping your phone line gets sorted soon, Kate x
This is so lovely and I can see why you like it - I hope your phone line gets sorted very soon - Michelle x
Wonderful card Mrs A and a fabulous bit of upcycling. Fingers crossed they get your phone line fixed soon xx
Upcycling is very satisfying, especially when the items are loved, isn't it? :) Great use of that beautiful topper, it looks great with gold!
Fingers crossed for internet!
Your blog wouldn't let me comment... tried a few times earlier... made it now...
Hugs Sylvie x
Super up-cycled image and a really lovely card.
Wonderful way to reuse a super fun card.
I can see why you saved that card & love how you upcycled it, Mrs A! Good luck with the techy issues--such a pain!
No wonder you kept this pretty card and what a fabulous idea to pop the acetate with the gold snow on it.....So beautiful x.
I have my fingers and toes crossed for you x.
A super card Mrs A, beautiful up-cycling as always.
Sorry I've been missing of late, there's a post on the CCC blog by way of an explanation.
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