Friday, 28 December 2012

New Year Card

My last post for tonight lol.

 A New year card not one I make many of but I enjoyed making this one. I nearly glittered the snowman but I seem to be glittering everything so I managed to stop myself.

To make this card I used the following:

Blue card---used for layers
Bright orange glittered card
Orange Fringe
Orange card----used for layers
Silver corner peel offs
Number peel offs
Xcut Ticket dies
Poppystamps die bunting
Digi stamp- deariesdolls
Stamp coloured with Promarkers

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges

Glitter and Sparkle---Christmas/New year

Lovesrubberstamps--New year celebrations

Paperpretties---Happy new year inspired

Craftus crazy---Christmas/New year

Digital Tuesday---Layers

Thanks everyone xx


  1. It's a Winter thing! LOL My stickles are almost EMPTY now! Love the cute card! Thanks for playing along with Loves Rubberstamps!

  2. Great card can never have too much glitter
    Hugs Kelly

  3. Adorable card. Great for the new year celebrations. Thanks for playing at LRS.

  4. This is fab and lovely image . Thanks for sharing with us at glitternsparkle . Hugs trisha x

  5. Whoo Hoo, looks like a New Year Party. There can never be enough glitter in the world, lol. I have to try to stop myself too once I get on a roll, lol. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!

  6. Like the New Year's glittery card. I host a wkly challenge at Mark's Finest Papers Simple Salutations in which the challenge this wk is Anything Goes. You can enter multiple times also. Please enter & let them know I sent you.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    MFP SS Hostess

  7. Cute New Year card! So glad you linked up at Craft Us Crazy!

  8. What a cute card! I love that snowman and you can never have too much glitter ;) Thank you so much for playing along at Loves Rubberstamps Challenges!

  9. Whatta fabulous, gorgeous card. Love those confetti designs and festive colors. Thanks for sharing inspiration this holiday.

    Here's expressing my warmest Christmas and New Year wishes to everyone!
    Anne Walker @