Friday 28 November 2008

Time for Bed

Oh I wish !

I have been asked by my friend to make Christmas cards for her children. I feel honoured to be asked.

I made this one for her little girl who is nearly 7.

To make this card I used :

Bazzill Basics red card and Core'dinations blue/green card.

My Minds Eye "Be Merry" patterned papers.

Elzybells Christmas Dreams stamp painted with distress inks. The curtains I paper pieced with the patterned paper and I also added some stickles to the stars and moon and added some "snow" to the windows.

The ribbons, buttons and Christmas tree brad are from my stash.

The charm is from e-bay.

The flowers are from Poppicrafts and Hero Arts which I also covered in Stickles.

The sentiment is PC generated.

What a yukky morning its been here. Its absolutely freezing and thick fog and it looks as thought its going to stay for the weekend. I shall have to stay snuggled up in front of the fire and make a few more cards (I'm making lots of wishes today :o) ).

Hope you all have a great weekend.


  1. It is a great honour to be asked to make cards, I'm not surprised you were asked though as you make lovely cards!
    Hope you have a warm weekend!! xx

  2. Oh wow Jo - this is absolutely fabulous - I adore it completely in every way - beautiful, beautiful, beautiful....xx

  3. Ps - sorry to hear you've been poorly - hope you're feeling better today..xx

  4. This is gorgeous Jo ~ love the sparkly moon, snowy it all actually!
    Hugs x

  5. Thats gorgeous jo - oh and how lovely the little girls name is Lauren

  6. Gorgeous card, I love the buttons. Kim

  7. Jo, what a lovely scene you created. I love the curtains paper pieced with the pretty dot pp and the snow on the window. So adorable and so much fabulous it!
    Hugs, t

  8. excellent make Jo, the image is really cute

    Sarah x


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