Thursday 4 December 2014

Glad Tidings

Apologies for the poor photo, we've had no sunshine all day and I didn't take this photo until 3pm.

There was a hard frost again this morning which hasn't lifted at all, had a great walk with the dog though, really crisp underfoot first thing.

Spellbinder Poinsettia Die
Sentiment from Letraset
Ribbon and gems from stash.

Challenges Sketch from March 2014


Jacee said...

What a fabulous design, I love the ribbon
hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Sue B said...

Ooh this is gorgeous Meg! the poinsettias are very beautiful against the fab embossed background !! Love the lush ribbon too! :-)
It's hard taking photos at the moment isn't it…. it barely comes light here most days… if we do get a bright day then I quickly gather all my cards and have a long photo session! Lol
Thanks for all your lovely comments… they are much appreciated!
Hope you have a lovely evening!
Big hugs, Sue B xx

Margaret said...

Your photo is fine and I love the poinsettias against the background they really stand out.
Great card.
Margaret M

Fabiola said...

très belle création Meg, un design très moderne et élégant, merci de jouer avec nous chez 52CCT, biz

cuilliesocks said...

Hello Meg what a beautiful card, love your pretty design, hugs Kate x

Deborah Frings said...

Super card - I do like red and white on Christmas cards. Super take on the sketch! Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

PS I know what you mean about taking phots - it's tough to get nice light in winter!

Danielle Vincent said...

This is just absolutely gorgeous Meg! I LOVE those poinsettias. It is hard to get good photos sometimes. I can clearly imagine how beautiful this is in real life. Thanks for joining us this week at 52CCT!

Anke said...

lovely card, thanks for joining us at Crafty Ribbons
hugs Anke

Sue B said...

Hi Meg, I just wanted to say thank you for all your lovely comments... I really do appreciate them! Hope all is well with you.
Wishing you all the best for Christmas and New Year. Love Sue B xx