Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Christmas Thank-You

We spent Christmas at my parents', so when we arrived home we had a big box of presents from my mother-in-law. We physically got home at 2 in the morning, but we were so happy to see our sweet dogs after a week away that we stayed up and had a second Christmas! Several days later, I was organizing the recycling pile and decided to grab out the pretty wrapping she used to make her a thank-you card (I kept the beautiful tags & ribbon she used for next year!)

I was intrigued by the Recycling themes at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenges and Squiggle Stamps, so I made the backing and little presents by wrapping pieces of cardboard (actually from the packaging for my new Fiskars papercutter!)

Both the cute dog stamp & the holly border are from sets my Mom got free with her Quick Cards magazines.

Squiggle Stamps: Recycle/Uprecycle

I added dotted borders to the front and inside with a Sakura gel pen.

Stamps: Dulcie Jackson and Adam Pescott for Quick Cards, Hero Arts


  1. Fantastic card and how clever to recycle!

  2. Great project, thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week and good luck! Don't forget to check back with us again on Thursday for our new challenge and to check if you have won or made our Top3. Happy New Year!

    Jo and Tigerlover.

  3. This is brilliant, love the recycling of the cardboard and the images are cute! Thanks for joining us at Squiggles and Giggles. hugs heidi x

  4. Fab card and thanks for joining Craft this week

  5. super creation, thanks for joining us this week at CRAFT, good luck, x carol


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