Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Christmas Trendy Trees

Morning all !

In my constant quest to make my stamps do something that it DOESN'T say on the tin , I have made a Christmas card using the very versatile Trendy Trees set.

Today's recipe is ................................

Ok so there is also a bit of Tiny Tags and Occasional Greetings in there too - my stamps do have to work hard ! I often imagine them trying to bribe the UPS man to take them somewhere else so they can have a more relaxing time lol !!

Have you guessed what it's going to be yet ?

Tops of the baubles are from the window punch - my punches have to work hard too ! I quite like the combination of the 2 different styles of greeting, I might try this again.

Unfortunately my stamps will be getting a holiday for a few days because I've got to have some hospital treatment on my knee this afternoon and then I will need to rest in bed for a couple of days. No crafting !! But I can't risk Rich Razzleberry ink on my nice white bed linen lol!

If you are normally shy please, please leave me a link to your blog so I can spend the time discovering some new blogs to relieve the boredom. If you are too shy to tell me about your blog ... recommend someone elses !!

Back soon x


  1. Fab card Julie! Love the baubles - another idea to "borrow"!!!
    Chris xx

  2. What a great idea - love it!!!
    Hope everything goes well with your knee and you enjoy the rest!!

  3. Wow, stunning card Julie, hope you're taking it easy, we'll all have to make sure there's plenty on our blogs for you to read. Take care Becki xx

  4. CLEVER you! I too am obsessed with finding ways to make my crafting kit work harder (love the image of the little stamps going "No! Please don't make us go there!") and I adore these little baubles. Hope your knee gets better soon - you may have to risk RR sheets or go mad!

  5. Love this card Julie! Such a great idea of how to use stamps in different ways! Thanks for the idea! Have a great weekend!
    Hugs, Vicky ~x~

  6. great card - love the way you have used the stamps - hope you are on the mend x