Thursday, 15 November 2012

Peel-off Christmas


Hello my crafty pals. Hope you are all well and using up that Christmas stash. It is the turn of the peel-offs today and I do feel they are a bit maligned these days, lol. I did wonder whether to give this a little colour detail, such as lights from the windows but I felt a little bit lazy so I left it. I added some of my new little buttons for detail, I do like those. As always I am pleased to hear from you so do comment when you visit. xx Flora

22 comments:

  1. I am one of those who maligns peeloffs, but you've made a beautiful card with them here, no colour needed :o)
    Jackie xx

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  2. Beautiful card Flora love the design and the peeloffs look so effective. Caroline xxx

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  3. Your card looks beautiful Flora. There are some great peel offs around these days.

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  4. Lovely card Flora. Fabulous use of peeloffs. Love the layout.
    Hugs
    Caz x

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  5. very effective Flora! great layout.
    Kim x

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  6. This is wonderful Flora, a really effective design

    Sue

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  7. Hi Flora,
    wonderful card. I like it just the way it is. It doesn't need any colouring in. Wonderful set of peel offs, fab design too. I think peel offs can add a finishing touch to some cards so they definitely have their place.
    The answer to the question you asked on my blog is Spellbinders Grand Decorative Circles, and I used a matt metallic card made by Dovecraft and bought from Wilkinsons.
    Have a wonderful crafty day.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  8. I agree with Jenny - no colour necessary. I really like the scene. I think I have some sort of scenic peel off too; I must have a look and see what it is and if it's worth using. love from Christine x

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    1. Have fun playing with them and look forward to seeing the result. xx Flora

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  9. Hello Flora. This is so pretty. I love the design and the peel-offs are great without the colour. Sometimes it is so nice just to leave the colour off. I love this one Flora.
    Happy crafting.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  10. A lovely black and white Christmas Christmas card, Flora. Thanks for the visit to my blog, crafty hugs Erika. x

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  11. Love, love, love this what a stunning scene

    jacqui x

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  12. Fabulous card Flora. It looks so classy too. Enjoy your day. Hugs Rita xx

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  13. Love the peel offs Flora.. Looks really effective.
    hugs Kelly

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  14. Love these peel offs Flora and they look great just as they are

    Anne

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    1. Thank you very much for your offer of some of your flower bits Jenny, I accept gratefully - your comment is deleted as it contained your e-mail address. xx Flora

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  16. Hi Flora, thanks for leaving your lovely comment on my blog - I've been having a look at yours and am following now...you have some super creations here. I love the black and white of this card and they layout is gorgeous, Carole Z X

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  17. hi Flora, this is a classy card, love the black/white.
    pam

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  18. Hi Flora, used as nicely as yours there is a place for peel offs. Delightful card.

    Wilma x x

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  19. Flora!! What a stunning card. I love how the center square is slightly higher. Beautiful work - wouldn't add a thing, seriously.

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  20. You created this card with peel offs only and no coloring? Love the look, less IS more!

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Thank you very much for taking the time to comment. I enjoy reading them and knowing that I have company. Crafty hugs. xx Flora