Sunday, 12 May 2019

A Little Gift

Happy Sunday everyone I hope that you are all having a lovely weekend. Today I'm sharing a card I made recently at the Craft Group I go to . We used a Lili of The Valley Stamp called A Little Gift to make this pretty Christmas card
I did enjoy making it as its ages since I have had the time to use my own Lili of the Valley Stamps

Cllose Up

Card Recipe

6x6 Blank Card
Stamp is Lili of The Valley A Little Gift painted with Derwent Inktense Pencils
Papers are Little Red Robin from Docrafts
Stitched square and circle die
Tree die is not mine sorry not sure of the make
White/Silver  flock to make the snow is from Ross Papercraft
Wooden star and wooden sentiment are both from Ross Papercraft
Forest Moss Distress ink and  Glamour dust on the trees
Green twine 

Well I hope you enjoy my LOTV card and  the rest of the weekend Love and  hugs Carole x


Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love this stamp, great card. Sorry not been visiting, been away on hols x

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

A stunning card Ginny
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Jackie T said...

Hi Carole this is a stunning Christmas card. I love that image it is so cute. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Linda Simpson said...

This is gorgeous Carole, I love the image, gorgeous paper, dies and embellishments you have used.
Linda xxx

*Vicki* said...

Oh wow Carole, your image is so sweet and I absolutely LOVE the texture you've gotten from the snow! The little sparkles add such a nice detail too!! Beautifully done my friend! HUGS

Sarah said...

What a lovely, lovely image. I would love a pair of green and red spotted wellies!! The sparkle on this card is so pretty xx

Carol S. said...

A beautiful card and love this LOTV image. Hugs, Carol S.xx

JD/ Jill said...

Sweet Christmas card!

brenda said...

A lovely traditional look to you pretty card and really like the chipboard sentiment. Thanks so much for your visit, I totally understand what you say as some weeks I don't get beyond my DT visits.

B x

Diane said...

Very sweet design Carole.

Hugs Diane

EmmaT said...

Gorgeous card and image. Emmax