Thursday, 28 July 2011

Santa Stop Here

Hmm, today is definitely one of those days where I really think I need to become Wonder Woman...so much to do and not enough hands.

Yesterday, I spent a lovely day with Kim, Sarah and Buffy, at a Kuretake meet up in London. Good food, some crafty shopping (thank you, Kim for leading Sarah and me, into temptation ~ hehe) and lots of smiles. And of course, it was really nice to be able to see all the samples, in the flesh, that each of us made for today's Kuretake shows on Create and Craft. If you want to catch the shows, they will be on at 4:00 and 7:00 later today. I'll be showing all my samples in detail, next week. Hope you'll come and have a look!

But because I was out yesterday and didn't get in until late last night, I didn't get a chance to share the penultimate samples from my Craftwork Cards hoard. But here they are...I hope you like them!
Something a little different for Christmas...I love hot pink and lime for an alternative Christmas card and I just thought this worked so well, against the black backdrop. The bauble was die cut using Spellbinders  2011 Heirloom Ornament Dies, scored and stuck together, to make this 3D hanging ornament.




And this is my Christmas door hanger...ready to hang on the door for Santa to know where to leave all those pressies!





All papers, cardstock, messages, Candi and Chipboard are available to buy from Craftwork Cards

So, tomorrow will be the final project! *phew* lol
Hope you can come back to take a look and I've really loved reading all the comments you've been leaving me. You've all been so very kind and I can't thank you enough! :)

See you tomorrow and enjoy the rest of your day!
I'll be around to comment on all your creations, asap!
Love Emma
xxx

7 comments:

  1. Great creative pieces. Love the bauble and the door hanger is a great idea. Tracy x

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  2. Loving your colour combos, Emma. the lime and pink is gorgeous. Love the tag, as always your creations inspire me to try new things and to re-discover old. Zo x

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  3. Xmas yet again but yet again, MORE lovely colours and designs! :D

    a little twist on the traditional..not your ordinary green and red card...but something a bit brighter is always nice! :) and I love the polka dots on both!

    really lovely and cheery! perfect for xmas! :D
    <333

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  4. What yummy Christmas projects - love the pink and lime colour combo

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  5. Lovely xmas colour combos Emma - stunning! :)xx

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  6. I LOVE that door hanger, gorgeous!

    Sarah x

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  7. Ooooo! Lovely, love all that 3D-i-ness! Love the birdie. (Glad I could help LOL!) Kim

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Thank you for all your comments and messages, they are all appreciated.
Please come back and visit again soon...
Emma ~xx

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