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Tuesday, 13 November 2012

In The Office - Midway Reminder

I'm a little bit late today. I had planned on making my card for today yesterday but ran out of time and when I woke up this morning my back decided to play up on me and I'm now leaning forward and to one side!!! It's made crafting a bit uncomfortable but I managed to make a card to remind you of this fortnight's In the Office Challenge.

Here's what I made...



It's been a long time since I've stamped an image as I've been loving all the new digi releases but it reminded me why I got into crafting in the first place. I stamped Jack & Robyn's Bless This Tree (which you can purchase in the 70% off sale) with MomentoTuxedo Black in and colored it with my Copics. The pp is MME's Winter Wonderland 6 x 6 pad...gorgeous! The notebook page die was a gift from Mary J last year and the Baker's Twine was a gift from M Pee 2 years ago!


I decided to go subtle with the sparkle (not like me at all) and instead of glitter used my Wink Of Stella glitter pen on the baubles, lights and Robyn's slippers and bow.


You know I love my felt...this snowflake is so pretty with the pearl


I was looking for my snowflake charms when I came across these bells I bought at the SECC from Mei Flower years ago....I KNEW I needed them lol.


I carried the notebook page die to the inside of the card. Hmmm...looks like I need to press the cs down on the front!

I'd like to enter the following challenges:

Dream Valley Challenges - Anything Goes
Great Impressions - Holidays
Penny Black and More - Any Die Will Do
Make It Monday - Anything Goes
Tammy's Scrapin Corner - Anything Goes
The Crazy Challenge - Decorate inside of card
Crafty Bloggers Network - Christmas Anything Goes

My back is twinging a bit as I sit here so I'm going to lie down on the floor for a bit before tackling dinner. 

The Ladybugs are loving your entries for this challenge so keep them coming!

Thanks for stopping by today

Catch ya later x

18 comments:

Marianne said...

Love your card, it's so merry and bright. I can see why you fell for these papers. Hope you're back will be back to normal soon. DH is still recovering from a slipped disk. After 3 weeks of rest back in June/July he started working part time again and was lying flat on his back on his office desk when possible. It's much easier to lie down and get up when your back is hurting LOL.
Marianne x

Pami said...

Hi Kerry honey! Yes I am still alive!! Sorry to hear about your back, hope it starts to feel better soon. Try and rest up a bit! Your card is fabby, love the notebook die!

Also I have just been catching up on your posts and seen you are going to be a granny!! Congratulations, the most glamorous granny I know!!

Take care and speak soon
Pami xx

Marjorie said...

Fabulous card hunnie, lovely image and I love your backing papers!!..have never seen a note book die..it's really lovely..
Thank you for joining us this week at "Make it Monday"..and sharing such a lovely card:)..
Hugs,
Marjorie
xx

Doreen said...

A beautiful card,lovely image and papers.xxx

Lisa Jane said...

oh this is soo cute and i love the jingle bells!
Hope your back eases soon.. you need a good rub down lol
Lisa x

Diane's Card Designs said...

Love the notebook die and fab backing papers. The image is so sweet.
Hope your back gets better soon!
Diane xx

brenda said...

A beautifully bright and cheery Christmas card Kerry.

Thanks so much the sharing your creativity with us at Penny Black and More challenge this month.

B x

Dawn said...

Great card, love the bright colours & the sentiment is perfect. Thanks for playing with us at Dream Valley this week x

Jane said...

Yo GF, love your bright card, I know what you mean about stamping, I still love using "real" stamps ;0) That snowflake is lush. Now with my physio hat on....you really do need to keep gently moving rather than lying down. Take some regular paracetamol, NOT ibuprofen to ease the pain and relieve the muscle spasm. That will enable you to get gently moving."Simple" Back Pain...ie just in your back, no leg symptoms)is usually very self limiting and lasts max of 4-6 weeks (often much quicker)It's pretty horrid but does settle and sadly 3 out of 4 adults get an episode every year so almost as common as the common cold. Phew........hope I haven't sent you to sleep ;0)
Take care and speak soon,
Jane xxxxxxxxxxx

aussie aNNie said...

Cheery and love the brightness of your card. Like you Kerry, I have not used a 'propper' stamps since I have been purchased digi stamps. So much easier. In answer to your question re my entry...it is a template which you need to cut on the cameo machine as it has so many intricate pieces. I purchased it from..www.forevermemoriesforyou.co.uk

You will need to resize it otherwise it is huge, and I mean huge lol. I had to resize it to fit approx 5 x 6 inch envelope.

luv annie.

http://annieforeva.blogspot.com.au

Valou ALLARD said...

Very nice card! the colouring is perfect! bravo! thanks for playing with IDIC this week.

DesignerDiva said...

Hope your back is better today Kerry, I'm a sufferer too so I know exactly where you're coming from!!
I love your little card, that paper is really lush and it seems I missed a MME pad! Shock horror!!
HUgs Laurie xx

happyscrapper said...

This is so charning. The colors work so well with each other. Thanks for sharing your card with us.
Hugz,
Christine Dt At Robyn's Fetish

Angela Drummond said...

Very really card, love the image thanks for joining us over at the CBN Challenge this month
Hugs
Ang
Crafty Bloggers Network DT
My Blog: A Crafty Blether

Fluffles said...

Brilliant, what a sweet card, Jx

Shanna Shands said...

The felt snowflake is my favorite part of the card. Thanks for playing along with Great Impressions.

Miss Emerald said...

This is so gorgeous and very pretty details. Thanks for sharring with us at The Crazy Challenge.

Tracy said...

Fab Entry, thanks for joining Penny black & More @ Allsorts challenge, Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x