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Festive Flurry Flying Easel Card for SUO

Wow! my third post in one day.  This is the second go at making a Flying Easel Card (lots more inspiration can be found on my Pinterest Board - Cards - Easel/Pop Up).

If you have been following my little 'melodrama' you will realise that this is my third attempt at trying to come up with a Make 'n' Take for my Christmas Workshop tomorrow night.  I'm pleased to say that a little bit more tweaking meant that the 4th card 'hit the nail on the head' so to speak and I will post that one tomorrow.

I was really pleased with all the silver glitter teamed with the beautiful, Coastal Cabana. At the last minute I decided that the front turned down panel needed something in that space, so I added 'Mum' using some retired alphabet dies.  That makes me super organised for a Christmas card for her (a rare thing).



    

I am entering this card into SUO Challenges #83.  It is all about using your Favourite Sentiment and the Prince of Peace would have to be my favourite Christmas Stamp for the 2013 Festive Season.

Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Sandie C said…
This looks great . I love your version of the easel card. TFS
CreativSpirit said…
Very beautiful and inspiring. Sandie, who made the previous comment, sent me here, so happy she did.
Amazing card dear Bron! I love those colours and the sparkle is PERFECT for Christmas!!! I'm with you on the sentiment, that stamp is WONDERFUL!!
SMiles SHarnee :)
Julie Gearinger said…
This is gorgeous!! Love all of the shimmer paper, the floating snowflake and of course, the sentiment is also one of my favorites as well!! Thanks for sharing with us at SUO Challenges :-)
Anonymous said…
This is absolutely beautiful!!I love all the sparkle, and how the 3D snowflake is dangling inside of a snowflake frame! Thanks for joining us at SUO Challenges!

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