Monday, 1 May 2017

Nativity for Christmas Card Club

Good morning.  Usually I am a day earlier with my post - this time I am a day late!  I just don't know what happened to the week!  I was very surprised to lose a day ... lol!.   I suddenly realised it was Sunday, the day  I post my DT card for IA&S and I had missed Saturday and this post!  Anyway I'm here at last - with apologies to Mary whos turn it was to host.  She chose Nativity which is great for me.  I decided to make two cards which can be used for children.

My Cards



Two A6 cards one landscape and the other portrait. Boringly flat I'm afraid.  I did layer them but glued to base card, no t raised on foam pads. A little glitter and some Dovecraft 3D pearl effects to the angel's holly wreath and I was done. Sentiments were computer generated on both cards.

Thanks for looking in.

Take care.


Entered in to :12 Months of Christmas - Cute Christmas


14 comments:

  1. Two smashing cards for children. Particularly like the verses to go with them. I have shot myself in the foot. Realise I should have kept one of my cards that
    I posted back for the next challenge! Hugs ValeryAnne.

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  2. Two great cards Christine, I love the cute imagery and verses.
    Happy May Day.
    Lorraine

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  3. Two beautful cards love them both such great design love Christmas nativity cards Love and hugs Carole x

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  4. Perfect for the youngsters Christine...such a sweet image in the first card...and love the sentiment on the 2nd...two beautiful cards.....xxx

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  5. Hi Christine
    Both are super. Flat is good for posting but they are still fantastic. Just wondering how you managed to print the white sentiment on the blue card lol!
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  6. Two lovely Christmas cards Christine
    Lorraine x

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  7. Hello Christine, two wonderful cards, just perfect for children, lovely images, Kate x

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  8. Two wonderful cards, christine. I too am making flatter cards this year. I did manage to find some very. very thin pop dot squares which allow me to raise two extra layers if I use stickles instead of diamond bling.

    i like both of your images here and think they will be fabulous for children (or adults too)!

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  9. Morning Christine,
    Two cute cards.
    Lydia
    X

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  10. It has been ages since I looked thru' your blog (or anyone else's for that matter)! You have been busy making some lovely cards, especially love the vintage lavender one x

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  11. So sweet - I know I should say more but if you could see the smile on my face right now - that would be enough!
    Sandy xx

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  12. Really super cards Christine and perfect for Mary's challenge. Zx

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  13. Hi Cristine,
    2 wonderful card and those images are really very sweet and lovely.
    I don't think they are boring being flat as they look so lovely they don't need anything else.
    Love and big crafty hugs from my house to yours. Jenny L.

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  14. I'm afraid I also missed a few of your cards, I'm sorry about that! You have made great cards lately!
    Last week we went to friends (with our whole family of 10...). They are living in Sevenoaks and we had a wonderful time over there and in London. The weather was fine so we enjoyed everything and had a good time!
    Lia xx

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