Monday, December 2, 2013

Anyone for Coffee...

Hi  folks...Monday morning and the countdown to Christmas is underway.  I chickened out of the car boot yesterday...woke up at 6.30am...it was pitch black outside and blowing an almighty hooley so the cubbyhole crew took an immediate executive decision to snuggle down under the duvet for another hour and stash the declutter away in the garage until Spring.
The plaster man will be arriving today and seeing as the kettle will probably never be off the boil...I thought I would share a Coffee Break Card I made for Fiskars to appear in this month's issue of Simply Cards & Papercraft which should be in the shops now...using the AdvantEdge Punch System and two of my favourite punch cartridges...Winter Frost and Rosace with a flittering of glitter and a dusting of Frantage Chunky White for a snowy feel...


And woohoo...I've had another of those rare lightbulb moments...see you all tomorrow to share.
Hugs Kath xxx

11 comments:

Redanne said...

Hi Kath, your card is just gorgeous, I love the Frantaging, you do that so very well! Finn was a-m-a-z-I-n-g and it was fantastic to meet up with Annie...
That was a good decision you made about the car boot... Hugs, Anne x

Ribbon Girl said...

very nice and I like your desription of 'a flittering of glitter' hugs Mary x

Sammy said...

Absolutely stunning card Kath! I adore the colours and the lettering and... and... and... Just gorgeous! x

Julia Dunnit said...

More than happy to join you for coffee...my lightbulb moment is yet to happen, although I'm inspired by your card for sure, love the frantage detail. have a lovely day with your lightbulb!!

Loopylou. said...

oh its beautiful Kath, don't blame you for not venturing out!!
huge hugs Lou xx

rachel said...

such a pretty card Kath - wonderful xx

Helena (Gvendalen) said...

very beautiful, Kath! Helena xx

Karen Petitt said...

Beautiful inky creation, love the frantage touches x

craftyfoxglove said...

stunning card, again Kath. I wish I had light bulb moments but |I think my filament blew years ago! Valxxx

trish said...

Hi Kath, saw your card in the magazine, beautiful, I knew it was yours before I looked to see who had designed it.Trish

butterfly said...

Glorious card - colours right up my street, and so beautifully done... and I love "almighty hooley" - that's going in my vocabulary right away!!
Alison xx

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