Sunday, 14 May 2017

Christmas Card Club Challenge #10 Base Your Card on a Christmas Carol

Hi Crafters,

We're another week closer to Christmas and I have created more cards for my Christmas card box thanks to our fabulous little challenge every fortnight.

This week Christine would like us to base our card on a Christmas Carol and here's mine...

'The First Noel'




Recipe
Image - Woodware Stamp - Noel Tags
Various Christmas papers from stash
Distress Inking for backgrounds
Twine
Card Candy

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I've created three variations using this lovely Woodware stamp, inking the backgrounds and then stamping and heat embossing the stamped image for more definition. I then stamped the images again, cut out and popped them up with foam squares for a subtle 3D effect.
I hope you like them.

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Challenges I'd like to enter:
Winter Wonderland - Use your Favourite Christmas Colour Combo (Red & Green)
CHNC Extra - May Christmas Challenge
One Crazy Stamper - May Challenge - ATG
Sweet Stampin' Christmas - ATG Christmas

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Thanks for visiting today, I really appreciate the time taken to look and comment here.

Lorraine
xXx

21 comments:

meg said...

Three gorgeous cards Lorraine, impossible to pick a favourite, love them all

Gibmiss said...

Hi Lorraine
There stunners .. love Woodward stamps...
Enjoy your day
Hugs Sylvie x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

I love these tags, so effective, fab cards

Christine Harrop said...

Three terrific cards from one stamp Lorraine. I love the cards but I also love the stamp. Must look out for it I think. Hugs Christine xx

Rita said...

Three gorgeous and colourful cards Lorraine. Just perfect for Christine's challenge too. Hugs Rita xxx

dutchess said...

3 fabulous cards using one stamp...love the tag idea...genius......love all three....hope you are having a good weekend xxxx

aussie aNNie said...

LOVE the cards Lorraine and a fabulous stamp here.x
[aNNie]

Mrs A. said...

These are wonderful. I like your fab idea of the Noel tags for the Carol. Hugs Mrs A.

Linda Levoir said...

Fabulous cards all of them. I really do need to start thinking about sorting out some Christmas makes xx

Gina Knott said...

Such fabulous cards! I love the idea of the tags and the stamp is gorgeous! Love the background papers too!
Hugs
Gina xx

cotnob said...

Fabulous cards Lorraine, a brilliant stamp and three super designs.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Marlies said...

Gorgeous Christmas cards Lorraine. A lovely Noel stamp that you have used. hugs, Marlies

Kat W said...

Wow, I was admiring your first card and thinking what a beautiful stamp, and gorgeous vintage style design...then I saw there were two more equally fabulous cards...you have been busy!
I really love the muted colours and vintage style of these, and the tags look fab with both brads and twine at the top :-)
Don't ask me how many Christmas cards I've made yet!!!
Big hugs, Kat xx

Lorraine said...

Three brilliant cards Lorraine, love the stamp and the different designs you've used
Lorraine x

Sandy said...

Ahh - Christmas cards -- I must admit it is hard go get my mind around Christmas cards this time of year in Florida!! But you cards are really lovely and the first one especially captivated me.
Sandy xx

Sarah said...

These are wonderful Lorraine. Hope you are well xx

crafty-stamper said...

Stunning Christmas cards and love the Noel stamps love the colour combination on the first and the embossed edges-great dimension on the tags
Carol x

Tracy said...

LOVE the popped up tags. It adds so much to the cards.

La Papera Gialla said...

Thanks for joininh us at CraftyHazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra for May!
Monica - DT

Lisa Andersson said...

Stunning cards! I really like the idea of using a tag for each letter.
You must have a whole bunch of Christmas cards already :)
Hugs, Lisa

cuilliesocks said...

Hell Lorraine, sorry to be so late in commenting on your cards, just back from holiday and trying to catch up. I love all three cards, it's a brilliant image and you've really designed them beautifully with all the different papers and embellishments, Kate x