Monday, 5 October 2015

Jewelled Tree!

Hello to You All, I hope all is well with you today, but sending out kind thoughts to you if you're not.
Just popping in with a quickie post cos I'm busy doin nothing, working the whole day through, do you remember that song from, I think... A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Court, sung by Bing Crosby?  I wish it would be shown again as I can't quite remember the story, but I loved the song.
Anyway, I'm having a quiet day, haven't set a foot outside the door, but have Choral practise later tonight, so forced to go out.

Thank you for the lovely comments on my CCC card, you are all very kind.
Here is my card for today;
Using a fabulous image from Chocolate Baroque's Sparkling Trees set, I've coloured with DI and Creative Expressions Metallic Watercolour Paints. Sentiment and embossing folder  from Crafter's  Companion and, green Centura Pearl card.
Very simple and the inspiration came from a card that Florence Langley created a little while ago, so thanks for that Florence.

Of to pick up my knitting now, have a good Monday,

18 comments:

Diane said...

What a gorgeous jeweled tree Kate. The matting and touch of embossing really are wonderful.

Hugs Diane

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Gorgeous bright colours, great card.

Lorraine said...

A gorgeous Christmas tree.
Lorraine x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A beautiful, bright Christmas tree Kate. Congrats on being a winner at Sue Wilsons blog, Particraft, you lucky thing .
Lorraine

Marlene Atkinson said...

Gorgeous Kate, gorgeous bright colours. Marlene

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Kate, such lovely bright jewels.
Pauline
x

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Kate, the tree is so beautiful.
hugs Sue xx

pam said...

Gorgeous Christmas card Kate, fabulous tree and details.
Hugs
Pam x

rachel said...

brilliant make Kate - gorgeous use of that image! Big hugs rachel - p.s. IKEA is certainly an experience. Lol!!!

meg said...

Wonderful stamp Kate love the metallic paints raining here today so wont go far good excuse not to garden I am sore all over, but we've got almost an acre and hubby doesn't do gardening!!

Pop's Cards said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this so effective, hugs Pops x

Erika said...

Kate next time I am in Inverness I need to catch up with you. I have just been given a load of knitting needles, sock needles, magazines etc all for knitting and as you know I am a crocheter not a knitter. I'm sure they'd be far more useful to you.
I love your tree, it is a bit like the one we put up here, tall and narrow.
It doesn't take up too much room like a real one would although I do miss the smell of a real tree.
Good to see you cracking on with your Christmas cards, I'm yet to make one but it's still early days!! :0

Enjoy your trip out later, hugs Erika. x

Sue said...

What a wonderful card Kate so colourful! huggles Sue xx

Mrs A. said...

Love the bright colours on this splendid tree. Hope your choral practice went well. Hugs Mrs A.

Sue said...

Gorgeous card, Kate. Seeing all these Christmas cards puts me in the mood to start making them. Love the tree it's stunning.

Hugs
Sue

MRS DUCK said...

Hi Kate
This is so delightful. My kinda card with a bit of sheen from those lovely paints.
I love a bit of Bing......lovely voice.
Best wishes.
Ang x

SARN said...

LOVELY card xxx

Sandy said...

I have never seen this tree before - it looks very Merry!
sandy xx