SORRY.....

9th March 2014
After a great deal of thought and taking in all the changes in my life over the past eighteen months or so, I have decided that for the the time being, at least, I will only be posting once a week on a Monday from now on.......

OLD TEMPLATES AND FILES
I am sorry I cannot send out any templates, poems etc. that I may have previously offered in the past, the files have been lost and I have chosen not to redo them

Friday, 7 December 2012

Holly Christmas Card

This card measures 5ins x 5ins
Holly Christmas CardWhen I got this paper out to use I was immediately transported to Remembrance Sunday 2012 when The Duke and I were on a Sun Holiday in Christchurch, we were on our way home and popped into Lyndhurst. I can remember everything from the sharp Autumn sunshine and the nip in the air, the coffee and cakes we had, and me people watching from the cafe window ……  and then stumbling on a craft shop I had never seen before called Emerald Crafts where I bought the paper. A very, very happy weekend.
The paper is by KaiserCraft from the December 25th Collection  (P717 Festive), the sentiment is from CraftWork Cards and the holly was made using a large punch and embellished with red flat backed gems from Paperchase.

8 comments:

Sheila said...

Loving your cards this year Helen.
I especially like the hand drawn ones.
Hugs
Sheila-x-

ali said...

nice to know someone else goes on sun holidays and admits to it some of our best memories come from these holidays, and i always manage to find a craft shop too!

marc said...

love the card and it means more becuase of the stoty behind it ,i am so happy you are bloging till christmas the best present ever thanks pal big love marc

Sue said...

Really love this card. Everything just goes together so well.

tilly said...

yet again you are making some wonderful Christmas cards, thank you for sharing your memories

Tilly

lonidan said...

So simple yet lovely especially with the memories it creates. Louise xx

Toni said...

Another lovely card and memory Helen
Toni xx

Cheryl W. said...

Your stack of pretty Christmas cards must be getting pretty high! This is another lovely card!