Today's card is another Christmas card and I made this one as my entry for the november challenge over on the Craft Mad and Loving It group on Craftbubble. My pal kathy set the theme as a song - "If I could save time in a bottle" by Jim Croce (if you don't know this song, here's a link), and asked that we use this song as our inspiration to interpret as we wish. The words of this song are so lovely, thanks for reminding me of it Kathy.
She did say that if we had a very tenuous link, we should explain it a little, so here goes. Gingerbread Men and Candy Canes make me think of Christmas (Time) whenever I see them, so my design is "If I could save Christmas Time in a Bottle (well, I know it's actually a jar, but I'm claiming Artistic Licence here ha...ha...!) then I would spend (eat) it with you ;OD
Waddya think, did I get away with it ?
As I'm staying with my Dad and not at home with my own stash I had to raid his to find stuff to use for my card. I used magazine freebie papers and a set of Molly Bloom stamps which was a freebie with their magazine this month.
I cut out a layer from smooth white card using one of the SU! Framelits I had brought to Dad's with me, then stamped the pretty garland in the upper part of this shape. On another piece of whate card I stamped the holly image twice and the cookie jar once and coloured them with Promarkers, I also coloured the garland with PMs. I then fussy cut the jar and holly out and covered the jar and the berries with Glossy Accents. Finally I stamped the star button image on to red card and cut out, adding Platinum Stickles to look like thread. The bp is so pretty and busy so I kept my design and layers really simple.
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