Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Christmas in February

Well I only manage two cards so far but the month isn't over yet, I had caught up on all my birthdays and Valentines so I went with the challenge in my stamp group using something that starts with B, well I didn't go Christmas theme really with my letter, I chose bears and bunnies :)

I manage to color this little stamp with my bad eye, which is still blurry today but I go in for my check up to see what the doctor has to say today, I also have an appointment with an eye doctor next week.


I used some washi tape that I think I picked up at Target last year, the trees are glitter.


This is a cute set that came from another stamp magazine, I used my sparkle pens on the ice but it doesn't show up well in the picture.

Cardmaking and papercraft magazine- Christmas stamp 2011
Spellbinders - Lacey ovals and Lacey circles dies
Washi tape - Trees

The second is decoupage sheets from Quick cards magazine, I didn't have to cut these out, you can just punch them out, I have another sheet and think maybe next time I will cut them out because I am not sure I like the white around the images when they are stacked,



I am wishing now that I would have cut the circle down more so you could see my scalloped die behind it, that is what I get for going to quickly and not thinking things through before putting it together.




Quick cards - Decoupage 3 layers image, tag and papers
Stampin up Washi tape and Brad
Spellbinders - Big Scalloped circles die

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Connie


16 comments:

Darlene said...

Cute cute cards Connie and I'm still praying that eye heals soon! Anxious to hear what the eye doctor will have to say! Take care of yourself!!

Diane said...

What adorable card designs Connie.

Hugs Diane

Esther Asbury said...

Aww...both cards are adorable! I love the sparkly trees and ice on the first card, and what a sweet winter scene on the second!
BTW - thank you for the extra nice comment you left on my blog! You're a sweetie!

Kim said...

Both cards are sweet Connie. Love the cute designs. I hope your eye clears up soon♥

Louca por porcelana said...

Tão lindos!How beautiful!Best wishes!

Lowcarb team member said...

Love these cute looking cards.
Hoping your Doctors appointments go well, and your eye continues to get better.

All the best Jan

Leslie Miller said...

Yay, Connie! Two more for Christmas and certainly very cute cards! You did well with your bad eye, which I hope will be good news from your doctor. Hard to tell with the ointment in it. Just a cute little bit of scallop showing around that circle and it looks good to me. I made a Christmas card today, too, which will be a set of four. Good progress for both of us!

Donna Ellis said...

How cute, Connie! I like your sparkly trees, and darling images! Beautifully designed! Hugs, de

Bev Polen said...

What beautiful images on your lovely Christmas cards, Connie! I actually like the scallop circle showing slightly behind the circle. I hope your eye difficulty gets better soon. Lifting you up in prayer! Hugs!

handmade by amalia said...

I love these sweet cards, Connie, especially the bears putting up the decorations. I hope your eye improves quickly.
Amalia
xo

ShazInOzCardsCalligraphy said...

Cute cards!both of them Connie, the cheats decoupage is gorgeous but then so is the first one too... wonder if your target is like ours, pretty sure they don’t sell washi there.
Hugs Shaz in Oz.x

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Debbie said...

oh connie, i love these, love, love, love!!! i really like the last one, it is just adorable. i'm happy you showed the side view, so many pretty details i may have missed!!!

Stephanie said...

These Christmas cards are darling, my friend! I am so sorry to hear about your eye...I am praying your vision clears up, dear Connie.

Hugs to you!

Graça Gamito said...

So beautiful and perfect this your work!

ChristineCreations said...

These are such lovely Christmas designs. That pretty green with the fun bears is just adorable!

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Your cards are adorable, Connie. The green with the trees and bears is so colourful. The second card looks so awesome with all those layers. Great job!