Friday, 21 October 2011

How much do snowdrops cost???



While it was dry today I decided to go to the local garden centre (which is massive) most of my snowdrops have died/been abused by a gardener that did not know weeds from plants and my dwarf daffodil and tulips no longer seem able to raise their heads!! So, eventually I found a pack of snowdrops, and a pack of crocus,on offer was mixed daffodils, then a duel pink/white heather took my attention..... I ended up spending £23.64p! BUT Oh.... the Christmas displays are out of this world.....As I am of the older generation, my Christmas decs come out year after year, but as I wandered round and listened in, the younger generation were discussing the colour theme they would have this year!! It seems some of them throw them out and start again each year with a different colour!! No wonder they have no money.....which generation are you lol
Anyway, on to my card..........This is for my two grandsons in Australia....

Red card stock
Paper from Tis the season DC (I think)
Image and present is from KARS clear stamp
Coloured with pro-markers
LOTV sentiment
Christmas tree cut with cricut
Lots of glitter

I am entering this into the following challenge;

DYSU ------ Trees

K B Challenge----- Anything goes

Crafting when we can-------- Christmas



Thank you for your visit

Hugs Tilly x

16 comments:

Lee said...

Your card is Stunning they will love it.xxx

McCrafty's Cards said...

Gorgeous card Tilly I like the image, the tree and the papers,
Your garden will be looking lovely once they all bloom so worth the money,
Kevin xx

CraftyLoops said...

Gorgeous card Tilly. My word, they were expensive snowdrops!! Lee x

Jennifer said...

Fab card Tilly! You are so right about Christmas decs...it all has to match these days. I am a little guilty of this too. But thinking back to when I was a kid, I loved dressing the tree with Mum's box of miss matched baubles, some old, some new, some homemade. It was all part of the fun. I don't think Christmas has the same atmosphere these days sadly. Have a good weekend! xx Jenny xx

coops said...

stunning card tilly.i love the images and gorgeous paprer :D
i`m with you, i have the same tree and decs each year.am very traditional with gold and burgandy decs.am not one for the bright modern colours.lol :D

xx coops xx

Whisper said...

What a super card hun.

I must be in that older generation !! - as the colour theme for our tree is gold and silver & i would never change it, as a lot of our decorations have been brought from around the world. Luv Sam x

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Hi Tilly
A fabulous christmas card have a lovely weekend
Hugs Dianne xx :)

Janette said...

Gorgeous card Tilly and I think your christmas tree looks fabulous.....

I am same as you with the Decorations, every year out they come, but I always add new ones also, I have a tree filled with lovely memories and I wouldn't throw them out for anything....your right, it is why they never have any money, and where are the lovely memories....maybe we are just getting older...lol....well I know you are anyway.....I know, I'll pay for that one...lol...xxx

Mindy said...

Such a great card. I really like how you popped the images and the sentiment off the background paper.It has a real 3d effect that shows well,even in the photo!
Thank you for sharing with our Crafting When We Can Challenge :)

Crystal said...

Oh my Tilly how totally ADORABLE is this, great image, LOVE that tree and the inside is FABULOUS too!!!

Lyn said...

A brilliant card, love those images.

Thank you for joining us at CWWC

craftymonster81 said...

So pretty, love the way your images stand out from the card
Lindsay xx

Wendy said...

Gorgeous Christmas card Tilly,love the little boy image,so cute.
Wendy xx

Aunty Sue said...

Tilly i am like you and mine is multi coloured to dont care. I get my blubs from Aldi very cheap

Anj said...

same decs at our house - year in year out - now then.... am i thrifty or sentimental - mmm! x x

jules said...

oh wonderful card!! you have been busy! are you opening a shop?