Saturday, 6 November 2010

Remember, remember the 5th November ....

.... gunpowder, treason and plot???? No not from me hahaha ...... I want to show you two more Christmas cards and a birthday card I made with one of my new favourite stamps "Laugh" by Paperbag Studios.


I stamped the image onto cream card and then cut it out and stuck it onto this patterned paper that I received in a swap at the Bubbly Funk retreat in May. I just love the expression on that woman's face - so full of fun and happiness.

The next two cards were made for the November 25th Card Challenge on Bubbly Funk. November's challenge was set by Di the brilliant designer of Tando Creative chipboard - she is a wonderfully talented woman. Di's challenge was to use shapes not normally used to create Christmas images mmmmm ...... I had to think for a while before I came up with these


two robin red breasts and
a funky christmas decoration. These were made from waste from lettering cut using the Craft Robo. The backing paper on the robin card is Basic Grey. The black card and glitter "bauble" needs a little something and I might add some text to the bottom I'll have to decide.

Anyway thanks for stopping by and I hope your Bonfire Weekend is going well and that you are all safe. x

7 comments:

Gez said...

Brilliant cards Tracey. I do love the lady on your first card too & just look at your dear little robbins :D Hope the reindeers didn't get jealous at not being chosen for your latest fabby creation.
Hope everyone is having a lovely weekend with you.. hugs, Gez.xx

Net said...

Wow what great robins Tracey.

Di said...

Oh fabulous cards Tracey, I love the robins too, what a great shape. xx

tracy said...

those are fab tracey :) i love the robins :)

Kathy said...

Great stuff Tracey - especially loving those little robins!

Karen said...

oooooo I LOVE your robins Tracey!!!!! All brilliant cards but those are my favourites XXX

Hazel said...

Lovely crafting, Tracey (I must be going madder than I thought because I thought I'd already left a comment - ah well!) x