Wednesday, 13 August 2014

"Little Christmas Cards"

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Myra left a comment about my Tablet saying her mum used to make it along with pink & white Coconut Ice.  That`s one thing I have never managed to master.  Our mum used to make it, it was so yummy!!!  Can still feel the coconut sticking in my teeth.  For all you ladies worried about how fattening Tablet is ..... make it try it and share it out.  Nowhere on the recipe does it say you have to eat it ALL yourself.  Some weeks ago  Jules from www.jules-alwayswithaheart.blogspot.co.uk posted a Christmas card on her wonderful blog....you must take a look there.  It reminded me I had the Penny Black stamp she used.  I bought it in the States a few years ago, I only made a few cards with it.  I found it a bit big, used it on DL cards (long ways)  rather than up and down.  Well the stamp has been found and used today.  When Jules used it she split the scene, she`s one clever lady that Jules.    I have done the same and made little cards.  This is one I will use for Batch Cards it is such a nice little scene  ...  well I think so anyway.  Here are my little cards:-


Here is the actual stamp


 I cut the 4 x 4 cards from A3 sheet PMD hammered card
Penny Black stamp
Image stamped and mounted on Black card
Backing paper a download from NitWit Paper Collections
Computer generated Merry Christmas
I am going to take another leaf out of Jules book and make the envelopes using the Memory Keepers Envelope Maker I bought at the weekend

That`s it for today
Thank you for your visit I really appreciate it
Till next time
Hugs

Patricia   xxx
 

39 comments:

  1. Hello again, love your little cards and what a fab idea to split the scene, it's worked so well. Great colours too, enjoy your evening, hugs Kate x

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  2. Hi Patricia
    Love the scene on the stamp and splitting it is a genius idea. The cards look terrific.
    Ooooh, you've bought an envelope maker. We'll need a review lol!
    Have a great evening.
    Ang x

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  3. Love these little cards, big sis. You are so right tablet is for sharing and so is the yummy pink and white coconut ice, Tammy keeps trying to make that but still hasn't mastered it. Hazel xx

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  4. Lovely Christmas cards xx Jan

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  5. Fab cards and like you say great for batch making and easy on the postage - which at Chrsitmas we have to take into consideration xx luv the stamp it is so unusual xx will try and pop over to these blogs but time isn't on my side at mo and struggling to get around the ones I visit daily - I'm sure things will clam down soon xx GailT xx

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  6. Evening Patricia what lovely Christmas cards. I have just been asked to do some packs of Christmas card for the girls that work with my sister. And you have just given me a idea on what to do.
    Check back in tomorrow. Debs xx

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  7. Gorgeous Christmas cards Patricia. Love the way you've used the stamp, fab image.
    Lorraine x

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  8. hi Patricia, fabulous idea this, they look lovely Christmas cards..
    pam

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  9. Lovely cards Patricia like the traditional image...

    Anne

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  10. That's such a wonderful image. I love the way you have split it to make such gorgeous cards.
    hugs Sue xx

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  11. Love these Patricia, what a great idea. Carol x

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  12. hi Patricia.
    this is a gorgeous christmas scene and landscape you made.
    very beautiful made in silhouet.
    have a nice week and hugs from Ann

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  13. beautiful makes Patricia - such great cards xx

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  14. Lovely christmas cards, I'll check out the blogs you've mentioned later.

    Michele.

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  15. They look lovely Patricia, xxxx

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  16. Hi Patricia these are lovely and I love the stamp. Susan x

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  17. Morning Patricia

    Pleased I managed to give you a little inspiration .. .. .. I thought the stamp a bit large when Mr Postie delivered it, which meant it didn't get much use the first year .. .. but this year it has come into its own and I am loving using it.

    Your cards are lovely. Love your background.

    Thank you for the shout out .. .. you made me blush.

    Hope you get on OK with your envelope maker. It does more than envelopes which is why I bought it. Check out here for some ideas when you get chance .. .. so many ideas to try when time allows!!

    http://www.pinterest.com/a4gentxn/envelope-punch-board-ideas/

    Have a great day Patricia.

    Love Jules xx

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  18. Morning Patricia,
    Lovely little cards, just right for batch making. Please let us know how you get on with the envelope maker.
    Lydia
    X

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  19. Gorgeous, I love my envelope maker, it really is a must have!!!!

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  20. Gorgeously created cards and the colours are beautiful together. Thanks for your support...all's good at the moment..xx ♥aNNie


    The Journey is the Start

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  21. Afternoon Patricia, What a fantastic idea, and loving the backing paper too.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  22. Totally agree with your comment about Jules' talent. I saw her pretty card that inspired you. Love the way you've split the stamp design and created multiple cards too. Each looks very dramatic with the way you've colored in the scene, and that background plaid is so perfect for the woodland scene too. The black mat really snaps that picture right out to the eye. Now I'm off to find out what I missed about the Tablet! I learn so much from all the international blogs! Yummies. TFS & Hugs (your courgette fritters sound delish too. Had to look up that word! We call it zucchini.)

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  23. What a lovely little scene this is Patricia, love the delicate, soft colours, these are absolutely perfect! Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  24. Fabulous!! I love this artwork Patricia, inspired by Jules, well done to you both, gorgeous!!! Gay x

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  25. Oh I love these Patricia. Gorgeous stamp! :) Thank you for your kind thoughts and comments this week. Much appreciated. x

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  26. Gorgeous Christmas cards Patricia...such a beautiful stamp... Thank you for the tablet recipe... Hugs May x x x

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  27. Gorgeous cards Patricia, lovely scenes and also quite dramatic..great idea, hugs Carole Z X

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  28. Hi Patricia, what a magic idea splitting the stamps, very clever. Loving the cards too, great colour combo.
    Back to tablet, you have to give it away very quickly as once you start to eat it you just can't stop. Or is that just me? Whoops!

    Enjoy your weekend, hugs Erika. x

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  29. What clever way to create your designs and love the color combination.

    Hugs Diane

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  30. Such a great idea to make twice as many cards this way Patricia. They are lovely and it's great to know you refound that stamp. Jenny x

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  31. Hi Patricia,

    Back home now and trying to catch up with everyone's posts, love your set of Christmas cards and your boxes, they look amazing.

    Loved the image of the bra planters what a great and novel new way of recycling lol! Looked very colourful and fun.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  32. Beautiful cards with this gorgeous stamp! Such an elegant design. Hope you're having a lovely weekend!
    Rebecca.

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  33. Oh wow, what a beautiful stamp and your cards are beautiful. I would never have thought to split the image but it looks wonderful. Your colouring and matting and layering really bring the image to life - wonderful! Anne xx

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  34. Hi Patricia :o) Sorry not had any time to blog, hopefully things will slow down soon xx What with Weddings and Golden wedding to face I am feeling bogged down.
    Love what you did with the cards, a great way to use the stamp.
    Love the Blooming Ba's :o) might stay clear of the tablet though...I have a Wedding on the Horizon...ha-ha

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  35. Hello ! Thank you for your welcome ;-)
    Your cards are beautiful, so nice stamp, the scene is sweet !
    xx

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  36. Hi Patricia,
    fab Christmas cards. You have created them perfectly.
    What a very great stamp for one to have in their collection.
    OH my tum is thinking of all that lovely sweet treats you are talking about, as I have a very sweet tooth.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  37. Hi Patricia

    What a brilliant idea for making multi Christmas cards. Love the whole look of the card.
    Also going back to read about the tablet.

    Kind regards :-) Tina XX

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  38. fantastic Idea to do batch cards .Melanie

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  39. lovely cards Christine, what a wonderful stamp, so versatile x

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