Sunday, 16 December 2018
Long time, no blogging from me. I've had a bit of a challenging year (very challenging). I'll share more about that in another post. I'm hoping 2019 will be much, MUCH better and I'll be able to return to my crafting. Despite my disappearance from blogland, I have some friends out there who just didn't let me disappear and checked on me regularly. One of those AWESOME people is Michelle Lupton. Not only did Michelle check in on me, she also asked if I would join her in her Challenge Me A Christmas Card series, even though I haven't made a card in a year. That's faith for you! I've had to dust off the cobwebs, for sure! Haha!
My challenge to Michelle was Red, Green, and Gold. This is my version:
To make this card I used SU! Mistletoe Season stamps and Merry Christmas thinlits dies. Colours are SU! Poppy Parade, Daffodil Delight, and Altenew (green, I forget the name!).
Here's another photo, because this one was a bit tricky to photograph with all the vellum and shiny letters on top:
Now head on over to check out Michelle's Red, Green, and Gold card and leave her some love.
Michelle, I cannot tell you how much your small messages to me this year have meant, even when I didn't reply. You probably don't even remember most of the times you reached out, but they really made a difference to me. And so far this year, your Christmas card is the one and only one I've received, so it is extra specially treasured. Thank-you for being a good friend. I hope I can get to Melbourne some time so we can catch up in person. :-)
Thank-you everyone for visiting. I hope I can return in the new year with more cards and join back into the beautiful card making community again.
Have a wonderful Christmas! Spread some kindness! And I hope your holiday season is filled with love and laughter.