Monday, 8 December 2014

good morning..............

Certainly colder over the weekend, we have had sun, rain and a little hail.
Santa also arrived in town on Saturday
This is my grandson Ryan who is one of the Rotary Father Christmas's this year, because of the large area they have a few of them. He stood outside of Sainsburys on Saturday morning then went on later to a group of children called the rainbow club. I sewed his bells on his wellies, gold buttons on his jacket, found his cape on ebay and have a few running repairs to do on Monday! He is loving it though!

Here are two quick cards I made, I found these small cards in Wilkinsons, 99 pence for 20 !......cut them up, matted and layered them, used papers from stash,  and used a mass of glitter MS snowflakes and gems from stash.......


and the other

so quick and now a 5 x 5 card!18 more left....... what a bargin, ideal for school mates or work friends, and also cheap for charity donations.

I am entering the following challenges;

Sister act --------------- Christmas

Craft Challenge ------------------ Christmas

I hope your Christmas preparations are going well. As I am on my own there is not a lot to do but I may even clean the windows then I can see if it snows hehehehehehehehe

Thank you for your visit

Hugs Tilly x




5 comments:

Donna Mosley said...

Gorgeous cards Tilly, love the pretty designs. Well done to your Grandson too. Glad he's having fun.

Donna x

McCrafty's Cards said...

First off well done to Ryan for being santa for a good cause, both of your cards are gorgeous Tilly, I hope you are keeping well and warm
Kevin xx

Margarets designer cards said...

Ryan makes a great Santa, his costume looks great at least they can hear him coming
What a great find and makes some lovely cards, almost for nothing.
Margaret

nini78 said...

so cute
Thanks for playing with Sister act card challenge blog Fanny (SAAC DT)

Irene Watson said...

lovely cards! I love the images and the colours-really cute. Thank you for joining us on the CRAFT christmas challenge! Irene DT xx