Sunday, 29 December 2013

Happy New Year

Good evening everyone.
We're in that strange post Christmas period, not holiday but not normal working. I've been prowling around my craftroom trying to settle to some crafting but couldn't think what to do until I came across the 
Very appropriately it's Happy New Year. So I have been crafting this afternoon with a purpose. 
Here is the result.



The champagne bottle is an Ellison thin cut that I've had since I first started crafting yonks ago. The bottle is made from green glitter card, the neck and foil label from gold card. The label and shoulders are in plain white card. The cork is craft card edged with Vintage Photo. The bubbles are punched out of the top layer then over layed on a sheet of silver glitter paper. The greeting is from LOTV.

I shall enter it in the following challenges:-
CAS on Sunday - Anything goes
Creative Inspirations - Anything goes
"Less is more" - Past challenges-Wk99-100 Drink
CASology - Party

So if I don't get to blog again

HAPPY NEW YEAR

and thanks for calling around,


8 comments:

  1. Nice mum. Could so be a 'Congratulations' card design.

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  2. I love your burst of gems, great effect.

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  3. Such a fabulous image and a wonderful card! Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations and I hope you had a lovely Christmas! xxx

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  4. Gorgeous card, love your die cut champagne and layout, thanks for joining us at Creative Inspirations, hugs, Sarah x

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  5. love the champagne bottle its cute .. Beautiful card.. :)

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  6. Such a pretty New Year's card. Thanks for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

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  7. This is a perfect New Years card! Love how the bottle top is popped! Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week!

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  8. SO much FUN on a NEW Year Card, EXPLODES with excitement!!
    Thanks so much for joining us at CASology this week! I hope you can join in again soon!!!

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