Monday, 6 January 2014

And we're off...

Aaaarrgghhh!!
It's been one of those days today - where nothing has gone right. 
On top of everything, my printer has gone on the blink and
Mr Kiss has spent the whole day trying to fix it. 
He is far more patient than I am - 
if it was up to me the damn thing would be out the window by now!

So, here's my first card of the new Year -
it's the best I could do!!!

Challenges
Keep It Simple - Anything Goes
Addicted to CAS - Die Cuts

Hero Arts, On the Go Stamp and Die Set.
Memory Box Letter Dies.   Gems and Glitter Dots

9 comments:

Craftyanny said...

Hope he managed to sort if for ya. That's an expense you can do without this time of year Caroline.
Great card too, the little bling dots finish it off beautifully
Anne x

Holly Young said...

I hope you get your printer fixed soon! I love your card - the little orange gems are a great embellishment!

Vicky said...

Utterly gorgeous as always hun...:o)

biggest of crafty hugs Vicky xx

Sue said...

Fabulous card Caroline, I love the design and beautiful colours.
Sue xx

Eve said...

Hi Caroline - HAPPY NEW YEAR (hope that's not too late!!)

Fabulous card. Loving your 'Handmade' Christmas. Your girls are soo lucky to have all of those wonderful goodies!

Printers are a pain - I recently bought a cheap one and I'm not pleased with it :(
xx

Karen B said...

Hi Caroline........after such a frustrating day you have come up with such a wonderfully uplifting card -it's brilliant. Thanks so much for joining our challenge at A2CAS.

Karen x

Loll Thompson said...

Hi Caroline. Such a sweet card ... love the combination of colors and the fun dies. The sequins are the perfect finishing touch. Hope you get your computer problems sorted out! Thanks for joining us at ATCAS. Loll

Pop's Cards said...

Hi sweetie this is gorgeous, love your choice of colours, hugs Pops x x

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Hi Caroline - a fabulous CAS design, and a perfect card for the boys and men! Love the dies and the tiny gems.
Thanks for sharing with us at ATCAS Sylvia xx