Friday, December 22, 2006

Merry Christmas......

And a Happy New Year!!!!

Its a Friday and you know what that means in blogland? Yes its the release of the last dare before Christmas. This time we are asking you to design a New years card using the following recipe
  • 3 Brads or Eyelets

  • 2 Different Patterned Papers

  • A punchie or Die cut


I had a right old palavar trying to get this weeks card uploaded, seems my camera is on its Christmas Break already - First we had no battery power, then no focus, then "internal Memory Error" but finally after threats of being put on Santas Naughty List and being replaced I managed to upload it. Please excuse the dodgy photo, the light this time of year is awful.

Happy New Year



I started this one with a Blank white A6 Size card blank and covered the top portion with a green stripe pattern running vertically and the bottom part with a dotty pattern running vertically (Both papers are from a DCWV Scrapbook in a Kit Stack). I then disguised the join with a yummy blue ribbon from American Crafts. I used three pieces of the same ribbon and made them into tabs and attached them in the top right with light blue Making Memories star shaped brads. Then using Colin, my new Craft Robo (sssshh dont tell Santa I used it) I cut the greeting in light blue and the mat in green from the same DCWV kit as before.

Hope you like it and I hope you all have a fantastic Christmas and get everything you wish for.


6 comments:

Gillian Hamilton said...

Oh Tracie I love it... It's fresh & fun just like the 'new year' should be!!!! let's hope it is..
Beautiful paper, lovely design, & what a great dare.. I've never made a new years card before, so it'll be a first for me...
I hope you have a lovely Christmas, full of many blessings. TTFN Gillian :o)

Rhi said...

I love this card Tracie, so bright and cheey, beautiful :)

Rhi x

Dollydimps said...

FAB card Tracie! Love the colours!

Merry Christmas xx

Kathy said...

Love the colours here Tracie, so bright and fresh and zingy!

Really really like the spotty paper, must buy more spots :-)

Best wishes for your first Christmas as a "proper" family - I bet you're all going to have a wonderful time

Jo said...

Fabby card, Tracie,

I hope you and your family have a very happy Christmas

Jo xx

Maisymary's Findings said...

Hi Tracie !

Hope your Christmas was lovely & everything you wanted it to be !
:-)

Love the colours on this card & the fabby die cut words !