Thursday, 19 November 2009

3D Christmas Tree Card

How gorgeous is this little, 3D Christmas Tree?
I wish you could see it in real life -
it looks fab!
I got the idea from Marianne at
If you pop over there,
you can see a couple of her awesome cards
and she has kindly added a step by step
tutorial for making the tree.

This card is my entry for this week's
'Animal Antics' challenge,
over at Simon Says.

I used one of the Penny Black, Christmas Critters stamps,
which I layered up and coloured with Copics and
stickles glitter.
Design Paper is My Mind's Eye -
Signature Christmas for the background,
Bloom & Grow for the tree.
Star Charm - the
Hobby House,
Sentiment -
Craftwork Cards
Pearl brad and bows from my stash.

Simons Says, would also like us to bear in mind
the struggle that animal charities face right now,
and please donate if you can.
Here in the UK we have
Children in Need this weekend,
so, to anyone that's
sitting in a bath of cold jelly,
shaving their head,
or getting involved in the fun,
I hope you raise a ton of money!


Tracy said...

I really love your card, and the tree is fab.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

karen said...

i love, love =, love the card it is great. x karen x

debby4000 said...

Oh what a wonderful card, love the tree and of course the cute mice.
Debby said...

Very cool! I absolutely LOVE the way you created the tree! So artistic and gorgeous! The paper and image are fab too!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!


Eiglas said...

Gorgeous Chuck!
I love all of the projects on this page and the noticeboard is super!

Claire said...

A very lovely card

Iris said...

Oh wow I love the Christmas tree, your card is so fabby, brilliant work.
Thanks for joining the Simon Says Stamp Challenge.

Iris and the DT

Ingunn said...

Hi Caroline!
I bougth the MME paperstack a couple of days ago, and found your blog while I was googeling for inspiration.

I like what I see here, so I hope it's OK that i add your blog to my bloglist (that way it's easier to keep an eye on your beautiful creations).

Hugs from Norway