Sunday, 1 November 2009

May your Merry be Very!

I love this Christmas sentiment! It is not a new one, but it still appeals to me...lots :-).

I have just made a very simple card this time...but simple is very, very good if you are considering making 20 or more (IMHO ;-).

List of Ingredients (all from Stampin' Up! unless otherwise indicated):

Stamps: Merry Merry
Cardstock: Real Red and Whisper White
Ink: Basic Black Classic Ink
Accessories: Riding Hood Red Taffeta Ribbon, Metal-Edged Tag, 1 1/4 inch Circle Punch, Cherry Metallic Mist (Maya Road), Mini Cosmic Bubbles 6 x 6 Template (The Crafter's Workshop), SNAIL adhesive, Mini Glue Dots and Dimensionals.

Yesterday was such an amazing day here. Warm and sunny. Beautiful!

I found this fabulous red Bottlebrush bursting forth in the garden:

...and I even managed to sneak in a little beading time too (lampwork beads by Marie of Bleu Verre):


Today is also going to be a I might go do some weeding I think, or sitting under a tree with the kids ;-).



Karen said...

Another Absolutely beautiful card Sam!! Sometimes the simplest of cards are the most striking don't ya reckon?

I thought of you this morning - I was out taking pics of some gorgeous parrots in one of our trees!lol


Debbie Pamment said...

I love seeing your beadwork - it's always AMAZING! And your papercrafting and photography just round out the eye candy perfectly!
Enjoy your weeding - something I DON'T do - but have nearly finished the ironing - LOL

Donna said...

Sam...Your card is just simply stunning!! Sometimes less is more especially when it comes to Christmas cards..LOL!! And the bracelet...Gorgeous!! I love your creations!! I also wanted to say how much I am enjoying your photography...You just blow me away..Like Susy!! Amazing stuff Honey!! Xx

corinnesomerville said...

Your beadwork is BEAUTIFUL !!! I'm so envious of your work !! GORGEOUS !!!

Have a great day!
Big Hugs
Corinne (aka Roxy)

Janine P said...

I love the simplicity of your Merry Merry card.
and was wondering how you stamped all those circles? - what stamp or set is it from?