Sunday, 18 March 2018

Christmas Card Club Challenge #6 - Christmas Flowers

Hi Crafters,

I feel like the rabbit in Alice in Wonderland... constantly late at the moment, sorry folks.
But here is my Christmas card for our friendly club challenge that Rachel has chosen the theme for of...

Christmas Flowers


This was created using a Card Making Download and layering up with foam pads. I added glitter to the roof tops. My sentiment is from a John Lockwood Christmas set of stamps.

Challenges I'd like to enter:
CHNC Every Saturday - #377 ATG / No Patterned Paper

Please pop in to the rest of the groups blogs to see their lovely Christmas makes, their links can be found in the tab at the top of my blog.

See you all soon,

Lorraine 
xXx

20 comments:

meg said...

love this vintage image and card Lorraine, somehow they say Christmas more to me than any other style

scrappymo! said...

This layered image is beautiful and the poinsettias look gorgeous. The layering has left them showing the depth of the flowers so beautifully.
Wonderful card, Lorraine!

rachel said...

Beautiful card Lorraine - this is a lovely idea - the flowers look so pretty! Hugs rachel xx

cotnob said...

A beautiful Christmas card Lorraine, such a pretty scene and lovely Poinsettias.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Gibmiss said...

Hi Lorraine
This is a stunning card... The poinsettia are stunning... A lovely card I would like to receive ...
Hugs Sylvie xx

Karen Knott said...

Beautiful card, I love to see these vintage traditional scenes on a Christmas card and this one has so many gorgeous details :)
Hugs Kaz xx

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful Christmas card and love the vintage scene
Carol x

Rita said...

Stunning card Lorraine. The scene is beautiful and the Poinsettia just show it off. Hugs Rita xxx

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely beautiful Lorraine, I love the traditional Christmas scene and those poinsettias are gorgeous, lovely design, Kate x x

MaryH said...

You've made a digi image into something very dimensional and so beautiful. The red poinsettis with the blue ornaments hanging down from the arrangement really pop with color. I especially like the embossing effect on the side, and of course the lovely old village scene. TFS & Have a good week. Hugs

aussie aNNie said...

Oh wow Lorraine, this is classy and stunning. The gorgeous colours appeal to me.xx 💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

Christine Harrop said...

The poinsettias really make this card stand out! It's a beautiful card Lorraine. Christine x

dutchess said...

That’s really beautiful Lorraine....love the vibrant colours and dimension....and your beautiful poinsettia....
Snow nearly gone here thank goodness as my sister in law is coming to stay for a few days and we hope to be out and about ....hugs xxxx

Sylvia said...

Stunning card,Lorraine.Love the beautiful scene.

Gr,Sylvia.

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Lorraine, what a lovely image. So vintage, yet so vibrant! Love it. Hugs, Shaz Xxx

Mrs A. said...

I like the idea of the flowers and the pretty vintage scene behind. Hugs Mrs A.

Gina Knott said...

Such a beautiful Christmas card, I never tire of seeing them no matter what time of year it is! Love the flowers and beautiful scene.
Hugs
Gina xx

Carol said...

This is gorgeous Lorraine, love the olde worlde image. Carol x

Suze said...

I can totally relate to the Alice in Wonderland analogy Lorraine. This card was definitely worth waiting for - so gorgeous. Thank you for joining in the No Patterned Paper Challenge at CHNC.

Anne said...

I know the feeling Lorraine, there just aren't enough hours in a day!
I'm having a catch up, beautiful Christmas card
Anne x