Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Anyone for Anya #3

Well i totally can't believe its challenge 3 over at Anyone for Anya already.. I've been meaning to join in for the past 2 weeks but just haven't had the time, i was in the middle of the last one when i realised it had changed so had to quickly alter my card!!!
This week the theme is

I managed several buttons, a sparkly gem brad and an ickle bow as well!
I know it doesn't look like a christmas card.. but it is! The papers are from the new Jolly by Golly mini deck by cosmo cricket, these have to be the quirkiest crimbo colours ever but lots of fun and a nice break from the norm.
I've used one of the lovely new dressy miss anyas coloured with my trustie copics, and some cri-cut snowflakes given to be by my good friend Claire. I finished with a foil banner and hand drew the stitching. It's definatly different but i like it.. what do you think ???
♥ HUGZ ♥


Claireabelle said...

ooooooo this is fab!! love your 'faux' stitching

Tasha said...

Hey hun how are you? This card is so gorgeous! Love it and the colours and embellishments
love tasha xx

Anonymous said...

Love your card,colurs are very unusual but look great and the stitching is a fab finishing touch.
Hugs Sonia x

Biscuitlid said...

oooh I like this. Fab choice of colours and accessories, looks like Christmas to me!

Thanks for dropping by my blog and for your lovely comments. You have some stunning stuff on here


Shazza said...

Love the new Anya

Andrea said...

stunning and unusual combination of colours to the norm for Christmas x

Pinkllilac said...

Such a beautiful card Minxy and in such fab colours!love the gorgeous papers.
Hugs Linda

Renata van Miltenburg said...

What a happy Christmascard, love it!

Nice to have you in our AFA challenge this week!

Warmest regards, Renata

Tracey said...

Stunning card Minxy & so different for Christmas :-)

Hope you're having a good weekend.


Rach said...

this is gorgoeus, what fabulous fresh colours you have used, love the stitching detail.. hugs rachxxx

Tammi said...

I like the different colors for Christmas, bright and cheery! Stitching looks great and love all the snowflakes. ~Hugs