cutting and carving and lots of stickiness.
I think I might have been challenged by the masterboard, simply because of the script but as ever, you have created some real beauties Angela, I particularly like the village scene image, it is so, so pretty! Hugs, Anne xx
These are so lovely, Angela! I do love all the layers in the cards, and also the snowy little houses. Great stuff. You and Gloria certainly make a great team.Shoshi
Beautiful Christmas cards Angela, gorgeous colours and designs.HugsPam x
Thanks for your return visit, Angela, and I'm so glad you like my Zentangle cards. Those little mounted pictures have been hanging around for a long time, waiting to be made up! Thank you - I have been feeling pretty good since Friday. Last time I was OK in week 1 (unusually, after a treatment) and then crashed in week 2 - having a reduced dose does seem to have had its effects! I expect the same pattern to repeat this time, but I can cope with it as I know it's for the last time. I am feeling good, good, good, and know I'm going to get through this!!!Shoshi
Love the one with the houses on it! Happy craftily weekend! xo
What lovely cards Angela, love the scalloped layers on the first one! Deb xo
Lovely cards, Angela - I'd be hard pressed to choose a favourite. And that was a great masterboard you scored!
What a lovely idea to swap masterboards and then create... love the soft ice cream colours and those tiny houses at the end are adorable.Alison x
Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoyed looking around. Please leave a comment if you can as I really enjoy reading what you have to say.When I know where you are, I can visit you too.Angela x