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Sunday, 19 January 2014

CCC Anything To Do With Food



Hi everyone! hope you all feeling well and for those that aren't a huge hug! Thanks for all your comments I truly appreciate them your a great bunch of blogging buddies :) It's time for our friendly Christmas Card Club challenge fortnight and the theme that has been chosen by the lovely Lizzie and it's 'Cooking Up A Storm/Anything To Do With Food', well I couldn't face looking at another turkey LOL and I had this Pink Gem Designs digi I hadn't used and it is food for Santa and Rudolph so I made this card and decided to go with non-traditional Christmas colours too. The light is miserable to take photo's with, my mirri card looks in some parts gold but it's all silver, roll on lighter days!!! and no more flippin rain. I'm also going over to the playground later to see Di and the gang such a great bunch!! Have a wonderful weekend TFL and lots of hugglesssssssss Sue xxxxxxxxx

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34 comments:

  1. Good Morning Sue. Well , I love your card and it gave me my first smile of the day. Perfect colouring too. More rain for us I'm afraid. Enjoy your Day. Hugs Rita xxx

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  2. So lovely Sue! Purple and silver is my personal favourite christmas combo. And such a fab image... I love how there's stars jumping out of Rudolph's bowl! lol. x

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  3. Brilliant card Sue, love the shiney paper used for the words and fab image coloured beautifully.xx

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  4. Gorgeous card Sue, I love the image and pretty colours.
    hugs Sue xx

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  5. Sorry Sue, nearly missed your card because I'm in a bit of a hurry this morning and was just going down the list on the CCC post. I think she is trying to decide whether she should leave them for Santa and Rudolph or perhaps eat them herself!! Lovely image and card! Love and hugs Christine xx

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  6. A really pretty card Sue, perfect for a little girl or a not so little one actually!! xx

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  7. Great card using a super image and lovely design
    Said on a few Blogs I cant get my head round making Christmas Cards at this time of year even in preparation for the next one
    Have a Great Day

    Patricia xx

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  8. Hi Sue,
    me wonderful little blogging matey.
    What a stunning card. I love that PG image, and it's so perfectly coloured in too. Love your wonderful design too. Now I also love those fab mirri letters. Can I ask what die you used.
    Hope Dh is on the mend. Biggest Hugs to all in the J household especially Olliekins.
    Lots of crafty love. Fairy Godmother Jenny L.

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  9. This is just gorgeous,love the image and fab details.xxx

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  10. what a great stamp Sue and I love the none traditional colours....great to have a change....know whatn you mean about the photos mine turned blue...whats that about!...a real fun card xxxx

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  11. Very sweet image Sue, your colouring is excellent. I love the shinny paper you've used for the words and snowflakes. Beautiful ! Happy Sunday, Shirleyx

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  12. Afternoon huni! Now then your colouring is first class on this image, way better than mine, and your photo is good too - have I got to start telling you off for putting your photo's down now when you've only just started to believe in your colouring a little bit more?!
    Gorgeous card though, love the colours you've used, gorgeous foiled card stock and those snowflakes are gorgeous!
    I did have a lovely day yesterday with my wonderful friend. Both of us had real issues last year and weren't able to get together because of my lack of immune system so it was fabulous to see Helen and she had made and bought me some gorgeous presents too!
    I've been wanting to tell you something for a while and keep forgetting, lol, when I told you to put in for the PCJ DT I never told Wendy about you. I wanted the decision to be hers and for you to not feel you got preferential treatment - that is how good your cards and your colouring is Sue, your cards are wonderful xx

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  13. Gorgeous Sue, an adorable image. I love the non traditional colours especially the letters.
    Raining here today also.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  14. Love the colors Sue and the sweet image with the lettering and snowflakes.

    Hugs diane

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  15. Hi Sue
    Cute image and great colouring. Know what you mean about trying to photograph stuff at the moment. Need to set up one of those light boxes.
    Glorious sunshine here today and should be tomorrow too.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  16. I love that image and the colours are so gorgeous! I wish the rain would stop too! xx

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  17. What a lovely non tradition coloured card. I am always looking for purple and mauve card ideas as that is my friends favourite colour! I will have to show her your card...she will be drooling!

    Funny how silver mirri always looks gold in the photo...I have that same problem when I take a piccie of it too.

    Your image is coloured so beautifully. She is a little sweetie.

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  18. Sue, what a delicious image, and I'm loving the bright colorways you selected to enhance the image. The popped up sentiment was wonderful in the mirror letters, along with the sparkling snowflake. Perfect S/B die to display this adorable image too. A lovely card. TFS & Hugs

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  19. Hi Sue
    Fabulous card... Loving the colours you have used...
    Huggles Sylvie xx

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  20. Really sweet image and a fabulous use of the mirri card.

    Kath x

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  21. Great card loving the vibrant colour scheme and the cute image Love and Happy Crafting Carole x

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  22. Great image, fabulous colours, the whole card is delightful.

    Karen x

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  23. Love the bright colours - super card for Lizzie's CCC challenge - you could enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for January - would love to see it there x

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  24. This card is totally adorable!!!! LOVE that sweet image, Sue and your colouring is flawless! Well done, my friend!
    hugs, Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

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  25. Oh Sue, I adore this card. Fabby colours and then when I looked closely at the image it made me smile :) A great take on the food theme!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  26. Hi Sue, this is a fabulous card for a child ... love the stars popping out of the plate in that image. Elizabeth xx

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  27. Oooer missis - I've just noticed your new picture (can you tell I haven't been around for a loooong while)! This is almost a close up for you two! I decided to try a pose or two this morning (ie the hand under the chin/s) but I lost me fingers in the folds!

    Anyway this is a lovely card for Lizzie's theme - I did say to Maureen that I didn't think we would see a brussel sprout on a card - never thought there would be a carrot either LOL!!!

    Hugs matey

    Sue Pxxx

    Mwah to Ollie

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  28. A lovely card Sue, sweet little image and some fab colours, hugs Kate x

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  29. What a fun, fun card. I love the non-traditional colors. So neat. That's a fun image too. I think that's kind of challenging challenge... Cooking up a storm and Christmas...! Wow!

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  30. So cute Sue, love the colour combo. Carol x

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  31. Love the colours and of course Rudolph is always a worthy recipient of festive food. Hope you are both better now. Zx

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Thank You All For Your Lovely Comments huggles Sue xxxxxxxxxxxxx