Sunday, 22 November 2015

Simply Neutrals Tuesday No. 11 and a GIVEAWAY reminder

Firstly, a quick reminder that I am having a GIVEAWAY! Ephemera, lace, fabric, embellishments, mixed media supplies, French vintage treasures, you let me know what you would like to win and I will try and put together a little package to make you happy. Enter the giveaway on this post HERE

I made a few more Christmas cards inbetween braving the world out there for a bit of Christmas shopping. It really is the only time of the year when I enjoy wombling through the shops these days. I stuck with the same theme and image as before ( see last post ), but each and every card is different. Did a bit of stamping, used pages from a very early 1700s Italian book, vintage Swarovski bling, antique French lace motifs, vintage French shelf edging, lots of sparkly bits of course, this is me after all, lol, and bits of this and that. This stone angel is one of my most favourite images -

A couple of cards with more silvery embellishments -

Here are all 6 completed cards, a few more to go yet -

I know I am ridiculously late for Wen's Simply Neutrals Tuesday party, it being Sunday today, lol, but I don't want to miss this gorgeous party altogether! So, better late than never, right? You can see all the other beautiful neutrals on Wen's blog HERE .

Stay safe and happy. Toodlepip xxx


Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful work, better late than never! Hugs, Valerie

Karen B. said...

Oh Liz Luv,
your cards are so beautiful and peaceful. Perfect for Christmas.
Many hugs,
Karen B. ~ Todolwen

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Oh, I absolutely love your gorgeous Christmas cards, dear Liz.
Such treasures.
Hugs and love,

Marci said...

Beautiful, beautiful!

Dorthe said...

Dear Liz, I`m so glad you are here, better late, than never, you know !!
And those gorgeous cards, are so very beautiful, with the image we love, and all your wonderful old papers and pieces. They are adorable with the beauty of bling, and as pieceful to see, as the words you added .
Warm hug from Dorthe, xx

Rustique Gal said...

Oh, your cards are so beautiful! I love how each one is different, but the theme is the same. I'm getting into the holiday spirit just looking at them!