Sunday, January 12

Christmas in January (!!) & A Thank You

I am always so grateful to everyone who takes the time to enter the challenges, it really does make me very happy to see my stamps being inked up!   

To show my appreciation, I'd like to give the first three entries (of this month) £15 worth of store credit each for being so quick off the mark!!  If that's you, please email me to claim your prize (don't worry, you are still eligible for the prize at the end!).

Here's a card I forgot to share in December (it looks a little bit sad in January doesn't it? lol)....

Supplies: Stamps - Clearly Besotted 'Geometric Style' & 'Holiday Sentiments' / Tools - Clearly Besotted Dies 'Geometric Style Die Collection'

I hope you're enjoying your weekend, please keep an eye on the blog next week because I'll be doing a quick little giveaway at some point ;)

Thanks for stopping, your visits are truly appreciated xoxo

20 comments:

Anita said...

What a great card! Love the way you planted the tree behind each other :)
Hugs, Anita

Sazzle Dazzle said...

You are one generous lady Stephanie and what a great card for some inspiration for next Christmas. X

Jill said...

Fab card - love it!

Neets B said...

What a great idea to use the triangles. I really need to start thinking outside the box more, this is fab! Thank you for your generosity, Stephanie, we appreciate YOU too xxz

Sue said...

You are so generous Stephanie and made 3 people very happy!
Your card is gorgeous, such a fabulous design and I love the colours.
I hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend
Sue xx

Barbara Murphy said...

Stephanie you are so generous! I squeaked in as #3 lol! Thank you <3

This card doesn't look sad at all. I love the stacked trees...and it would be perfect for any time of year with a sentiment change. Love it!

Anja (scrappie) said...

Love this card it's another great card don't worry and how generous of you to make those three persons so lucky.

cm said...

Wow! What a generous offer to those who are quick , and congrats to the winners! Your card looks fabulous anytime of year! I agree with Barb: change the sentiment and ta dahhh...a most versatile presentation, indeed! Thank you again for sharing and inspiring!
c

Jane said...

Love the triangular trees and how you think outside of the box. Congrats to the lucky three, sometimes it does pay to get in there early!

Tracey said...

Love the layered Christmas trees!! Fantastic card Steph!! xx

Carole x said...

nice card another idea for my new stamps, although I think i am finished with christmas. x

Barb Ghig said...

So clever of you to use the triangles for your trees, and the sentiment is just beautiful, Stephanie! Another beautiful card!

Karen B said...

Such a clever card Stephanie. Love how you have used the geometric set for your forest of trees......genius! Now all you need to do is make a few hundred more and you're all set for next Christmas!!! Congratulations to the three lucky ladies who were quick off the mark......definitely a case of the early bird!

Karen x

Vivienne Holden said...

Sad?? Errr I don't THINK so!I love to see your cards whatever the season they represent. LOVE how you used the triangles. Genius at work! xxx

Carola said...

Hi Stephanie

I absolutely love your Christmas card. The idea to use the triangles for your Christmas trees is just great and I love the different shades of green that you used. The sentiment also looks great.

Congratulations to the three ladies who were so quick with their cards.

Kind regards
Carola

Craftilicious said...

You are such a fabby and generous person :-) Boy am I glad I played straight away this month!
Tara
:-D

Mary-Anne V said...

How generous! Very creative with those triangles!

Deirdre said...

It's not sad.. it just means you are waaaay ahead of yourself for next Christmas! LOL!!!

♥Gemma♥ said...

Wow this is fantastic and love how you made your chrimbo tree's...need to pin for future reference!!
hugs and xxx
Gemma

♥Gemma♥ said...

Wow this is fantastic and love how you made your chrimbo tree's...need to pin for future reference!!
hugs and xxx
Gemma