Monday, 3 December 2007

Dreaming of a white Christmas.............

Our remit for the papertake weekly challenge was this:

Continuing with Christmas Caroll /songs themes, the challenge is 'I'm
dreaming of a White Christmas!'
Yep, you guessed it! This week I'd like to see some lovely white
Christmas cards!! You can use an accent colour or two if you like but
lots of white perlease!!!
Don't forget to take a look over at Papertake weekly and see the Design teams wonderful creations..... norty me got mine in late.... ooopppsss!!!!

Thanks Steph for another great challenge really enjoyed this one, My daughter Winnie has nabbed it for her best friend....

Items used:
Chipboard star, card blank and message tablets from craftworkcards, Patterned paper from The card studio in maidstone, and the Paerl acrylic paint dabber from Creative living and Holographic glitter from any craft store... and of course a beautiful Magnolia that really sits on a cloud but I cut of off........


  1. beautiful card Kim as always :)

  2. Wow this is fabulous Kim ,so cute ,realy beautiful ,Dawnx

  3. This is stunning, I love the Tilda and that fabulous glitter, so beautiful.

  4. Oh wow this is so lovely. Love this glitter on your card. Great work.

  5. I love it! this is so cute, well done Kimmie :)

  6. Fantastic card, I love all the glitter

  7. Love this card Kim, the colours are stunning!

  8. Wow....this is georgeous... Love it.

  9. Absolutely gorgeous... I love GLITTER!! :D...

    Isa x

  10. It's gorgeous Kim, Thanks! Love all the sparkle!! x

  11. wow this card is gorgeous its sooo cute :)

  12. This card is very beautiful!

    I just came across your blog today and I will definitely be adding it to my favourites! Great work!!

    I just love the Magnolia stamps.


  13. lovely card, tilda was meant to sit on the star
    Gina x

  14. Absolutely gorgeous card Kim, well done!

  15. Completely stunning Kim, fab work!



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