Well it is Friday and it is a brand challenge over at Fairy Fun Fridays. For this challenge we want you to use BUTTONS AND BOWS on your creation. I have used one of my new releases called SWEETS FOR SANTA on my card.

It didn’t really turn out the way I thought it would in my mind ROFL! My cup was a little too bright but oh well. The papers are from K&Company and I have to say, I think I am addicted to K! I love their papers!I think I am going to try this image again, with a fine print china like paper pattern to make it look like real china.

The sentiment is from the cheerful collection that you get when you purchase this image in the store. Yep you get a whole collection of them already sized to fit A-6 up to 6×6 cards. Keep in mind though that the resolution on these images is plenty good enough to resize them larger for bigger tags or scrapbook pages.

Head on over to Fairy Fun Fridays and get your BUTTONS AND BOWS entry in.


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A hot toddy for Santa… | 2010 | Uncategorized | Comments (4)

4 Responses to “A hot toddy for Santa…”

  1. Suzi says:

    Fantastic card Roberta, I love those cookie colours, they look good enough to eat. I love K&Co papers too. I love the teacup colouring, it’s fun and sparkly, just what Santa would like. I hope there’s a wee nip of whisky in there for him to keep the cold out. lol and I wish you and the family a lovely weekend.
    Suzi x


  2. Are you kidding? I LOVE the cup – so bring and sparkly!! And those K&Co. papers – definitely delish! Your card ROCKS!!!


  3. Fab colouring on that cup! FAB card!!! The pink paper is perfect for this image! :) Hugs, Hege


  4. Margreet says:

    Oh Roberta…..this is just awesome….love your sparkling teacup…what a good idea to make one in China papers….will take a look in my stash and make one some time……great matching papers….and those cookies look too real…..can almost grab them!
    xxx Margreet


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