Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Twinkle, twinkle, Christmas Star and no WOYWW

Skipping WOYWW once again :( Keeping up with other things, like housework (sob), is my priority right now.

The current challenge over at Winter Wonderland is 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Christmas Star':
I used:

- 5" x 7" white card stock

- Nellie Snellon image called 'Hokey-pokey', (I always thought it was the Hokey-cokey?) stamped in Memento 'Tuxedo Black', coloured with Pro Markers and tickled with Glamour Dust here and there

- SU glittery silver card, scallop die cut for behind the image and cut with the 'scallop' blade on my rather wonky-doodle (as opposed to hokey-pokey) Woodware trimmer for behind the patterned card and sentiment

- Kanban's 'Merry Mistletoe' patterned card - I love the soft blue of this card for a change (by the way, FoilPlay have quite a bit of Kanban stuff in stock)

- sentiment is by Hero Arts called 'Twinkle Border', bought for a 'snip' and then bravely embossed with Stampendous 'Sterling Silver' without any mishaps. I thought the sentiment just right for the challenge and this image :)

- iridescent ribbon wrapped round the patterned card and topped with a 'looped bow thingy' then an iridescent sparkly snowflake button, threaded with doubled iridescent cord tied in a bow - that's a lorra iridescent :)

Partway through making this card I spotted that Christmas at Sweet Stampin' are asking for colours other than red or green - wahoo! And, it's a new month over at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra. Three challenges with one card, almost a record for me :) Off to bed, this is scheduled and will link to the challenges when my Prince kisses me 'Good Morning my darling Princess'..........I might be some time waiting though :(

Edit: And Hazel said I can enter this into her current challenge over at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - the theme is a Christmas Carol or song - I had wondered because although it's a song I wasn't sure if Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star qualified 'cos it's not strictly Christmas based but now that Miss Hazel has said it's fine here I go :)

Di
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30 comments:

  1. You might not be joining in totally this week again, but do pop in to see some of us, just as a break from that dreaded housework. I am into bread making again tomorrow, as what we have left is only fit for toast. so my visiting will be fitted in between kneading and proving etc. That is a very cute image on your card. Kanban stuff is always good isn't it? Have a good week. xx Maggie

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  2. Like how you have attached the ribbon on this card and the colour is fab. Such a shame that Kanban closed. Hugs Mrs a.

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  3. Hello Di,

    I'm skipping the housework and joining in WOYWW! I'm getting a jump on going around tonight -- woo hoo.

    I love this Christmas card! I imagine it'll be a show stopper in all three challenges.

    Oh, and I imagine you won't have to wait long for that kiss!!

    Hugs,
    Kay

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  4. so pretty today Di with you wee little girl and such a nice workdesk even if not sharing - oh and you and Mrs A and Kathleen guessed right on Stickeroos too :D and have to email Mrs A.!! if you read this Mrs A you are it!!
    happy 200th WOYWW not linked yet Shaz in Oz.x

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  5. Gorgeous and adorable.
    luv
    Debby

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  6. Such a cute card - love the colours you have used.
    Kath x

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  7. Love the card Di but will miss your WOYWW post today....enjoy your housework!
    Hugs,
    A x # 46

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  8. Aww that's a cute and shparkly card Di. Congrats on your multi-entries! xxx

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  9. Very pretty Di - shall I pop over with a few spare "dusters"? x Jo

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  10. Hi Di,
    love your twinkle, twinkle little blus card,
    hugs Tamara

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  11. Aww Di she's absolutely beautiful! Love that glittery paper, it's extra glittery and well done for pulling out the embossing powder too! I've added another photo to my woyww post as I finished the fingerless glove I started last week, not sewn up yet though!!

    Hugs
    Brenda

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  12. STOP STOP STOP cleaning that is a dirty word, start creating it is better for the soul. Yoda hates me cleaning, I don't think his abusers ever used a Vacuum Cleaner as he runs for his little life when it comes out.

    Lovely card, create more.

    Happy WOYWW
    Eliza 41

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  13. Your card is just magical with all that pretty embossing and glitter! I'm glad you managed to work your crafting skills in between that dreaded "cleaning!" There's got to be more to life than housework, right?! :)

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  14. Are you using your new duster buster?
    Pretty card there Miss.
    When you finished your housework, wanna pop round mine?
    Hugs
    xx

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  15. FoilPlay..... nice, just dropped 50 quid there missus!!! I didn't know Kanban had closed their doors either. I like their stuff so that's a shame. I got quite a lot of their toppers for me mam as I know she likes that type of crafting.

    Hugs (again)
    Brenda

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  16. Awwwww Wow Di This is stunning xx

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  17. Beautiful - a really sweet image and I love the colours you've used.

    Thanks for joining in the CHNC Extra Challenge this month.

    Helen x
    (Guest DT)

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  18. Oh dear, Di, that dreaded H word - and interfering with playtime too! However, I know the urge - I keep seeing jobs that need to be done - especially when the sun streams through the windows !!!

    Lovely card and I see you've dug out one of the fancy blades for the trimmer at last :) Mine's wonky-doodle too ... must be wear and tear.

    Have a nice day cleaning :) Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  19. Gorgeous card Di - I thought it was hokey cokey too!!!!
    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  20. What a gorgeous card! That image is so girly and sweet.
    The blue colour scheme is soft and pretty just what this little sparkly beauty needs!

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  21. This is gorgeous Diane and I'm happy to have found your blog and am now a follower huggles Sue xx

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  22. Such a sweet card. I do hope it's going to some special little girl who will just love this littlest ballerina. You did a beautiful job on this, with all the bling & glitz. TFS

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  23. Fabulous all round card, great image, love the silver backing and love the sparkly twinkle.

    Kath x

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  24. what a gorgeous card and perfect Christmas Star, thank you for joining us at the Winter Wonderland
    Hugs Kate xx

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  25. So sweet and beautiful, Di - thanks for entering my CHNC challenge extra for April – you could also enter this for my CHNC challenge 118 - 'twinkle, twinkle, little star - I’d love to see it there too x

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  26. Hi Di
    Just catching up after the Easter hols. I know what you mean about being busy with everything else, this sunshine makes you want to start things doesn't it, we just need some warmth now!!
    Love your beautiful card, what a little cutie she is.
    Hugs Lisax

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  27. Thanks, Di, for linking for my CHNC challenge 118 x

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  28. Gorgeous winter card with sweet image and fantastic sparkling and embossing.
    Many thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin` “No Red or Green” Challenge and we hope to see you again.
    Hugs
    Natali

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  29. This is so pretty and delicate. Love the image and papers and all that glitter is right up my alley!
    Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin' and I hope you join us again.
    Marilyn

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