Little Reindeer Delivery

Hello Crafters

How has your week been? Probably as manic and busy as always, (as mine was that is why I didn’t manage to post last week – soz!), but this week my other half had his cancer op, which I am pleased to say went swimmingly well and now all the radiotherapy is over, inside and out, and hopefully well on the way to recovery, phew! Came home Thursday and is already down the allotment today lol πŸ™‚ Probably making sure no one has run off with his beans!

So although I have had a couple of days off to help sort things out, I have had a little chance to play, and something I am itching to show you but can’t just yet! In the meantime, I can show you these cute little reindeer cards that I have made for a couple of family members, and I am sure it will put a smile on their faces when they receive them.

Here’s the first one:

As you can see they are just so cute, and this I set in a night time setting, helping Santa get all the presents together! The little bell I picked up from The Works and for a pack of 60 different colours for 99p – bargain! The stamp and die sets were from Lawn Fawn Toboggan Together, as was the Stitched Hills & Puffy Clouds. The sentiment was from Justrite Festive Poinsettia & Justrite Christmas Inner Thoughts for the inside sentiments.

The second card….

…shows these cute little penguins playing in the snow and is a daytime sceen.Β  Again the wonderful Lawn Fawn Toboggan Together stamp and die set and the front sentiment is from the same set. The inner sentiment is a stamp I got free with a magazine last year. The card used here was mainly from my stash except the white card was from Papermill Direct. The embossing folder was from Stampin’ Up and has been discontinued but there are plenty of falling snow embossing folders, take your pick!

So there you have it for now, I have been producing quite a few Christmas cards, but next week I hopefully will have something else to show you.

Have a wonderful Sunday.

Hugs

Kim x

11 thoughts on “Little Reindeer Delivery

  1. PaperPuff says:

    Both cards are soooo cute: I love them. Glad your other half is doing so well and hope all the test results are good too. I bought some of those same bells yesterday. Never been to The Works before but they had some great stuff.

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  2. Kim, I’m sorry to hear of your husbands health problems. I knew nothing about it, so either I’ve missed where you talked about it or you’ve mentioned it somewhere else, where I perhaps don’t visit or read. However … I was so happy to hear that he’s feeling well, and I pray that everything is ‘sorted out’ and there will be no re-visits.

    Your cards are beautiful my friend, as they always are. So sweet, and so well coloured too. I’m not a colourist, so appreciate anyone who is, and you seem to have it pinned down and incredible. Well done.

    I like them both and really can’t choose between them.
    Sending love to you both, and praying for Mr. Kims troubles to be over and done with. ~ Cobs. x

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    • Thank you Cobs, we found out 3 days after my mum passed away so it was a harrowing time, but hopefully he is ok. Just have to wait 5 weeks for the results, but it certainly seems much better. Thanks for your kind words. Hugs x

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  3. Two wonderful Christmas cards Kim. So pleased to hear that all went well with the op and treatment. Also hope all is well with the allotment and all of the beans are accounted for πŸ™‚
    Sending hugs x

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    • Thank you Flo…not sure about the beans yet, he disappeared this morning saying ‘Won’t be long, just picking beans’! You watch, he’ll be coming through that door bags of beans (that I never know how to eat them all) and famished lol! x

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