Wednesday, May 02, 2012

WOYWW and LIMSketch for Christmas


So last night I left my cards in my room to dry and I place the flowersoft and glossy accents next to them to remind me that I need to use them before I photo the cards. I strategically placed paper over them till I'm ready to blog them. Although there may be a clue with the waste and the punch. I'm trying to make cards so I will have cards to blog if I have a few bad days which do happen and one of the reasons I always try to make my DT well in advance too, you never know whats round the corner.


I do have a confession for WOYWW I'm a real mucky crafter this is my floor and it collects on my feet and clothes which I walk it all in the house. In particular the square waste of sticky fixers which drives my Hubby mad.

At MJ crop there was a table of goodies from one of the girls who used to have a online shop, one of things I brought was this letter stamp. Thought it would work with this week sketch on Less is More. Found a scrap of dotty paper and green card. The holly is punched from the punch you can see on my desk.
Only two more to show and save them for tomorrow.

43 comments:

  1. Just Gorgeous! LOve this Christmas card Debby...Fabulous design too.
    Chrissyxx
    Your not a mucky crafter lol... it's just work in progress!

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  2. very cute project
    marial302003@yahoo.com

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  3. very cute project
    marial302003@yahoo.com

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  4. oo I like this one Debby! love the scallop base square echoing the scallop card - and the big letter C with the christmas script - inspired! hugs, annie x

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  5. Great LIM card....and I am glad that I!m not the only messy crafter

    Anne

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  6. Hi Debby, What a lovely card great for the challenge too!xx

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  7. oh wow, I love this gorgeous Christmas card, it is just perfect! like that you fessed up to being messy!
    Happy WOYWW Deb xx #141

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  8. Love the card Debby and your messy floor that means you are a happy crafter! Chanelle xx

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  9. Fab desk, I love the stamped images sitting on the side and a really gorgeous Christmas card, its beautiful :)

    Did the 'C' stamp have the Christmas font on it as well or was that the paper that you used to stamp it on?? It's a great stamp :)

    Have a great WOYWW and a lovely week, hugs, Karen xx #12

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  10. The card is so cute...the paper cuttings are funny..147

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  11. I'm just the same walking bits everywhere Debby. Love the card. A really fab design.

    Donna x

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  12. Ooh I love your LiM card Debby, it's fabulous! Hugs, Lisa x

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  13. I love that cheery card. That floor is so funny! I craft in my kitchen so no one lets me get away with that!

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  14. Hi hun
    lol luv the piccie of the floor, think most of us have a craft floor like that, gorgeous LIM card, sue,x

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  15. That floor looks very familiar lol
    LOve the card .. a great idea for batch cards
    Lisa x

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  16. I love this card Debby... you do have a quite few bits on your floor don't you!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  17. I love your card. Simply stunning. Your floor made me laugh, maybe you need a plastic bag taped to the edge of your desk so that your sweepings might get caught in there? Amy #143

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  18. I love your card, and wow your floor is as mad as mine!! I'm in a field on my 3G dongle, zooming around as quickly as I can, while I can! HAPPY WOYWW!
    ((Lyn)) #47

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  19. Your LIM card is stunning - and your desk and floor look identical to mine - luckily mine's in the attic so my super tidy husband doesn't have to look!!!! Hugs Rachel x

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  20. Love your Christmas card! It is simple yet complex, very nice. Oh my about that floor. It often looks like a gerbil went crazy under my desk too, but not like that. We have this oleander bush outside our front door, well it is taller than our house so more a tree than a bush. It drops flowers all spring-summer-fall long and we track them all over the house so I know how those paper bits can end up everywhere.

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  21. oh Debby love the card! gorgeous fab design!

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  22. Love the Christmas card - so bright and cheery. Lol! at the floor, especially in view of the tidy workspace - thanks for sharing - Hazel, WOYWW #10 x

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  23. After seeing the floor of your craft room I'm feeling really virtuous. I actually ran the sucky up thing round my craftroom floor this morning - doesn't happen very often but I was fed up with those little scraps making their way into the loo.
    Love your LIM card - that stamp was a great find.
    Beryl xx

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  24. Ha Ha! Another chop and dropper! Mine is with fabric but the result is the same...messy and I love it!! Happy WOYWW #130

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  25. simply fabulous! love this, Debby!

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  26. I so love this card!
    I need to stockpile cards ahead too. Life gets so busy at times, doesn't it.
    I have a carpeted floor right now and have to lug out the heavy, big vacuum to clean those peeled off glue tape bits. I have an offer on another house and the craft room in that house will have engineered hardwood. It will be nice to not worry constantly that I might drop an ink pad or inky stamp!
    And...a quick sweep of the broom instead of that heavy vacuum. I am thinking electric broom...then you don't have to bend over to sweep all the bits into the dust pan. It just gobbles it all up into that tidy little cannister...Yay~!!!

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  27. What a wonderful card. Ya, you do have a lot of mess on that floor :).

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  28. A totally fabulous take on the sketch Debby!
    Helen x

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  29. You're a tease covering up your cards with paper... guaranteed to make us want to lift to see!! hehe

    Love your Christmas card... that letter stamp is perfect for it!

    Hugs
    Christine x

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  30. So inspirational Debby. Love your card, fab idea. Carolxx

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  31. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, can't wait to see the creation below the paper. Love te simplicity and elegance of the lim card too. Are you sure you haven't sneaked into my house and taken a photo of my floor lol. Thanks for visting me, hugs Amanda #123

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  32. Oh wow! This is fab!!! So effective :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

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  33. loving your CAS card
    have a fab crafty week and
    happy woyww
    kay #38

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  34. Hello!

    I LOVE the photo of the floor by your workdesk! I never would have thought your area would look like this! What fun! :<) Love all of your cards - the Santa is my favorite and I agree that a red mat would be perfection! Wishing you a sunshine day!

    Hugs,

    Barbara Diane

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  35. Hi Debby, your Christmas card is stunning in its simplicity, I love it. I don't think you are any messier than the rest of us! Anne #44

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  36. Debby, my floor is a mess, too. I don't know how some people can make it with carpet!

    Spilled a tray full of glitter the other day . . . does that make you cringe?

    :)trisha
    #181

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  37. Fab card Debby.. I am so glad I'm not the only one I walk my mess all over the house... Have a happy week, Hugs May x x x#32

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  38. Love the floor shot, it means you have been really busy. Not a bad angle either must do it myself sometime. Love the card too.

    Eliza #19

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  39. Absolutely fabulous card Debby it looks very expensive and has given me some inspiration for Christmas cards.
    hugs
    Lorraine x

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  40. Another fab Christmas Card! Jo xxx

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