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Monday, 22 December 2014

Craft A Scene - Week 3 - Winter Scene

I have to say sorry as this is a day late. I should have posted this yesterday, but hubby and I have been on a last minute Christmas Markets Cruise and only returned yesterday. We had a nice time although the weather on the high seas left a lot to be desired and I'm glad I popped the travel sickness pills into the suitcase when I packed. We stopped at Copenhagen, went through the Kiel Canal, visited some fantastic Markets in Hamburg as well as a visit to C and A (how I miss this shop from our high streets), six floors of wonderful clothes. Next we should have visited Amsterdam, but unfortunately due to the terrible weather we were not able to get into the harbour so we had to divert to Zeebrugge. Needless to say we were all disappointed but made the  most of it. Anyway onto my card this week for the final Craft A Scene challenge. I've used stamps from Chocolate Baroque for my scene, and coloured with spectrum noir pencils. I then added some glitter to make it look cold and frosty. I do hope that you will pop over to the challenge blog and take a look at the wonderful inspiration the the DT has made for you. You still have until the end of December to take part.



Thanks for taking the time to look and your kind comments which are always appreciated.

Sue

8 comments:

  1. Not to worry Sue, I was late too. This is a lovely winter scene. Love the church in the background and the robin. NancyD

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  2. A lovely card Sue. Happy Christmas to you and your family.
    Hugs
    Carol
    xx

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  3. Merry Christmas to you Sue. Lovely looking card here and beautiful design.xx
    {The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

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  4. That really is a lovely traditional Christmas scene. Pleased to hear you've had a nice trip to the markets.

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  5. Hi Sue, beautiful card with a great combination of CB stamps, love it. Sorry to read that you didn't make it to Amsterdam and the Posthumas shop, you would have enjoyed it. Hopefully you will travel there another time. Merry Christmas to you & your family, have a wonderful 2015 as well. Hugs, Shirleyx

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  6. A gorgeous scene, Sue! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas. Thanks so much for all your lovely comments this year x

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  7. Hi Sue, wow what a lovely wintry card! Wishing you a joyful and happy Christmasa and a healthy, happy 2015! xxMiranda

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  8. Hello Sue, I hope you had a lovely Christmas. Ours was lovely .... considering! Wonderful compilation of Chocolate Baroque stamps to create this pretty scene. The robin reminds me of the beautiful fat little fella we had in the garden this morning, lol!

    I hope you have a good New Years Eve and I wish you all the very best for the coming year. Thank you for all your lovely comments over on my blog throughout the past year and I hope in the near future (when I finally have Mum sorted out) to be a more consistent visitor to your wonderful blog.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.