Sunday, 25 October 2020

Season's Greetings

I came across a set of Sizzix Christmas dies which I must have purchased last year maybe, and forgotten about. The component parts are really diddy, they are supposed to be little things so go into a snow globe. I began yesterday thinking I would cut some of the pieces colour them, then put them through the laminator to give the effect of the globe. Well... shall we say it's still a work in progress. Anyway this little mountain is one of the items. I don't know if this works or not, it's all quite stylised. I love the colour combo from 

Speaking of which (challenge logos), has anyone had any problems adding the logo from some Challenge Blogs to your posts? Recently it has happened a few times. I try to copy the logo to paste onto my blog, but end up having to save it and then add it from my computer. I'm still trying to get my head around the features (or lack of them) of this latest version of Blogger.
Anyway back to the card, the tiny sentiment if from SSS and the deer is the tiniest I could find which I think is part of a Memory Box much larger die.

Merry Little Christmas  - Anything Goes
Well we are just off out for our daily constitutional walk, the rain has stopped and the sun is shining for the moment!
Stay Safe!


  1. I think this works really well together. - Also where do you get the textured card stock you are using and also the frame die?

    1. The card is from Papemill Direct and the die is a peekaboo window die from MFT!

  2. I love that textured cardstock!! Do you have a product name from Papermill? Your card is lovely. I'm really drawn to those tiny elements. Thanks so much for playing along with us at the CC&S challenge! (btw....I've been having to do the download and upload on many of the photos since new blogger too. ???)

  3. Chrissie, Such a pretty card. I love the textured cardstock and sweet scene. Congratulations on being a Weekly Winner. Well deserved...B


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