Friday, 27 June 2008

DCM-Christmas In June!!!

Here is my card for the DCM challenge.
This week it is Jo's turn and she is trying to get us organised with our Christmas cards.
I panicked a bit when I saw it as my Christmas stuff is all packed away but after scouting in a couple of folders I found this scrap piece of a background I made with the Dabbing and Dragging Ink technique. It had already been overstamped with snowflakes. The bird was cut on Jimminy Cricut the other week when I was having a quick go with the Joys Of The Season cartridge and he has been inked.
The stamped greeting is by Stamp'n'Stor.

You should check out the teams cards.....they are stunning.

Well that's it boy has left home. Unfortunately he didn't clear his room completely so I have to wait until tomorrow before I can start painting and moving stuff.
So now I have on offer one 1980 model DD. One owner since new. Would need extensive training in household duties although she does have a certificate in washing and ironing. Culinary skills......questionable......... and a direct line to the fire station is recommended at all times.
Would swap for a Versamark ink pad or monetary equivalent.
OMG.....she is going to kill me for!!!

Bye for now


  1. Wow fabulous card for the challenge - I love its simplicity but oh so elegant

  2. What an inventive and classy card Sheila

  3. Lovely card Sheila - poor Ros!!!Now I know that when she does fly the nest you will miss her heaps!!

  4. giggling here! as I read your post :)

    Beautiful Card Sheila, I love the shape of the bird!

  5. Beautiful and stunning.
    Your cards always inspire me to try new techniques
    (but you'll never see them on here because they almost never work out right. Lol)

  6. would you like to swap her for a twenty one year old brat boy who has moved back home for a short time?
    I'll throw a free stamppad into the bargain .
    great card it's so unusual

    there's a little something for you on my blog ( revenge time?)


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