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Friday, 3 October 2014

Sister Act Card Challenge with Stitchy Bear


Today on my card I have used a Stitchy Bear digital stamp called Christmas Lantern because they are sponsoring us this week over at Sister Act Card Challenge. I used glossy accents on the lantern but it's just like glitter it never shows up! as always the theme of the challenge is 'Anything Goes' but it must be a card so come on join in and get the chance to win a fab prize. I apologise for not getting round your blogs but I have a stonking cold and chest infection..think there are a lot of bugs going around right now ...anyway.. hope everyone has a fab weekend and TFL lots of hugglessssss Sue xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

17 comments:

Sammy said...

This is so lovely Sue! I adore how you've made it snow with liquid pearls. Hope you feel better soon. x

aussie aNNie said...

Super card Sue, this is a beautiful image and love your card.xx

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vic said...

This is lovely sue what a pretty Christmas card and the die cut flower is gorgeous :)
Have a lovely day
Hugs
Vic x

Craftychris said...

This is an absolutely stunning card! There is so much detail, just fabulous! You take care of yourself and I hope you get over those nasty germs soon! xxx

Patricia said...

What a fantastic image, you have made a stunningly beautiful card, love it

Patricia x

Lucy Woods said...

Gorgeous a Christmassy! Love the flower and leaves and the pearl dots!
Aww hope you feel better soon! Colds are rotten! Sending hugs!
Lucy x

Benzi said...

Just a gorgeous card. Love the lantern and pretty poinsettia. I always like cheesecloth. Hope your cold and infection are better really soon.

Jacee said...

Lovely card Sue, love the poinsettia and the cloth, looks great!
Hugs Jacee
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Jenny L said...

Hi Sue me wonderful little blogging matey.
oh what a super image coloured so perfectly, and the design is great.
Love it soooooooooooo! much.
Sorry to hear your not well, bless you.
I do hope you will soon be felling better.
I too have not been well this week, had a tummy bug that stopped me from going to my hospital appointment, and that is something I rarely suffer with, and now DH has it to.
Love and bug free hugs to all in the J household, especially my matey Olliebobs.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Sarah said...

Hope you are feeling better Sue, it's no wonder you've picked up an infection with all the worry you've had of late. Love your card, what a gorgeous lantern and, as Sammy Said, the snowfall looks great xx

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Sue. I love the image and stunning colouring.
I hope you are feeling better soon.
hugs Sue xx

Kathleen said...

Please don't start this 'let it snow' business just yet.
Great image and bet IRL the glossy accents look fab on the lantern.
Brilliant card.

Kath x

cotnob said...

This is a gorgeous card Sue, such a beautiful image and lovely poinsettia.
I hope you soon feel better.
Pauline
x

MRS DUCK said...

Hi Sue
Super traditional card. Love how you've got the glow on the lantern.
Sorry you're under the weather. Think the last few weeks have taken their toll so take it easy and look after yourself.
Ang x

Brenda said...

Wow, this is a fab Christmas card Sue! I love that lantern and the way you have it colored. Your poinsettia's are gorgeous, I also love how you did your sentiment too. So sorry to hear that you have a chest infection Sue, please stay on top of it so it doesn't turn into something more! Yes, I'm afraid that bugs are going around everywhere in every country. Yuck! Feel better my friend. Big hugs, Brenda

Planetsusie said...

Hello there Sooooooz - the one with the thnotty nothe!!! So sorry that you are poorly now - I will be over soon to rub your back with a blue brick and goose grease! A very old kill or cure remedy methinks!

Must say that I love your card, it really does look pretty and the lamp looks as if it really is shining off the page!!

Lots of love to you Paul and Ollie.

Big hugs Sue Pxxx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I really like this Christmas card. It has an antique feel to it. Very nice!