06 November, 2020

Tartan Wishes


I love tartan, and it goes so well with Christmas.

Image stamp: Hero Arts, I think.  (If you know what brand, please let me know.  It's really old and I have lost the packaging.)

Sentiment stamp: DoCrafts

Stitched die: unbranded

Tag die: Cuttlebug

Border die: Spellbinders

Also: Copics, twine, 3D Kindyglitz, gold pen.

Shared on challenges:




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catchthebug-recipe-challenge double layer stamping



brenda said...

I too love the tartan Carol, goes very well with the Fir branch, lovely to see you at We Love Chocolate Baroque again, many thanks for joining us.

B x

brenda said...

And Stamping Sensations Carol, missed that one.

B x

crafty-stamper said...

Beautiful Christmas card Carol love the pine cone stamp and great tartan paper
Carol x

Janette said...

Hi Carol, what a gorgeous card, the tarten looks very festive and that image is stunning.xx

Bunny said...

Love the pine cones with the needles. The paper is beautiful. [Bunny]

*Vicki* said...

Such a beautiful design here Carol! Love the tartan paper!!

sandie said...

Gorgeous Carol-and tartan is perfect for Xmas.Such a lovely image and coloured so softy against the bolder tartan. Super idea to add the twine. Thanks for joining Time Out x

Linda Simpson said...

Gorgeous card Carol, love the tartan.
Linda xxx

Kathleen said...

Super paper, great colour mix and a lovely image and design. Thank you for joining our 'Anything Goes' challenge at We love Chocolate Baroque'.

Kath x

Suze said...

I love the tartan and twine Carol. The card has a lovely rustic feel to it. Have you thought of entering it in to the Month of Holiday Cards at Beccy's Place - you don't have to follow the daily prompts.

Beccy said...

I love this card Gail, the design is wonderful! The little pine cone image is very sweet and I like the way you've layered it on the two pieces of cardstock. I also like the tartan background, which always makes me think of traditional Christmases with the big tree and candles. Love the cute sentiment tag.

kiwimeskreations said...

Love how you have used that simple image and really made it shine on the timeless and elegant card Carol
Stay safe

Stephanie Lanzalotto said...

Beautiful card, Carol. I love the design, the plaid, and the way you stamped the fir branch twice - wonderful effect. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out.

Darlene said...

OH SO pretty Carol! Love your design and the twine used for your sentiment panel! Great job! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Pine Trees/Pine Cones’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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Ellibelle said...

This is such a great color combo for Christmas and loving the design!
Thank you so much for joining in this month at my Crafty Wednesday challenge where it's all about Christmas or Anything Goes. Hope you'll stop by again soon!
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Linby said...

Loving the use of the plaid to perfectly set off your stamped image. Thanks for sharing with us at We Love Chocolate Baroque and Stamping Sensations challenges.

Barbara said...

I am so fond of the tartan and I love that you let it become the boldface of your card. That sweet image of the pine bough is so delicate and you used it in a lovely way on this card.
Thanks again for joining us at Double D Challenge.

Mrs.B said...

A lovely card and tartan is always a good background for Christmas.
Thanks for joining us at Stamping Sensations.
Avril x

TK said...

Perfect! The deep green tartan adds a noble feel to an already lovely card

Tracy said...

Fab creation, thanks for joining Stamping Sensations, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Lynn said...

Love your fabulous tartan background. It is gorgeous!

Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

Tracy said...

Thank you for joining We Love Chocolate Baroque challenge with this entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x