....while I straighten up my back and neck, I feel as though I've been bent over my table for ever :)) I have yet more Christmas cards to show and have done some other stuff but can't show yet ;)
Paper is from the Anita's Classic Christmas pad and the tree image is one of Debbi Moore's rubber stamps. Sentiment was again done on the computer.
I found these rub ons in the bottom of my Christmas drawer. I bought them about three years ago so it shows how long it's been since I sorted that drawer :)These rub ons were in ther too! Paper is from the DCWV Christmas pad, ribbon is from my stash and the sentiments were done on the lap top.
Backing paper was done on the computer, burgundy circles were Cuttlebugged before being punched out, snowman is Cuttlebug and the snowflakes are Bosscut.Yet another trusty rub on. I was surprised that they still worked after all this time especially as the drawer they are kept in is against the radiator. Paper again from DCWV, sentiment and ribbon as before.
I bought this unmounted stamp a couple of years ago but without going through my invoices, I can't remember where from! I must admit also, it was completely uninked before yesterday *blush*. Paper was free in a mag, I think it was Papercraft Essentials and the candy canes in the corner are rub ons, everything else as before.
This image isn't showing very well as I should have photographed it on an angle rather than scan it. However, it says Merry and Bright and is by Hero Arts. It's one of the stamps mum bought at the craft show last week ;) I've stamped the background was stamped in silver using Rhonna Farrer flourish stamps. The Jingle Bells candy is from Craftwork Cards at the same show.
These two little cuties were cut using a Bosscut die that I bought a few years ago and he/she is just gorgeous :) The papers are from the Anita's Blue Christmas pad and everything else is as before.
Right off to do some more. Take care and thanks for looking :)