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The Never Ending Story!

Or rather, the never ending Christmas cards!! Yep, there's more! I'm back earlier than anticipated!

Stamps: CC Designs, Penny Black, Whipper Snapper, Stampin Up, Doodlebug

Colouring: Promarkers

Papers/Cardstock: K & Co, My Minds Eye, Miscellaneous(!), Bazzill

Extras: Glamour Dust, SU Scallop Punch, Mirricard

Well, that's all the cards now until next year when I hope I will have learned my lesson and not end up making them all in the last week before fact, think I'll have to make a start on Boxing Day!!! Will have a couple more christmassy things to show you tomorrow but (breathes a big sigh of relief!), they're not cards.

Going to have a BIG glass of wine now and sulk as Lisa and Brendon didn't win......definitely think that was a fix lol!!!


Jilli said…
More gorgeous cards! Well done on completing your Christmas cards. I'm gutted too that Lisa and Brendon didn't win... they were robbed. Tom and Camilla weren't as good as Rachel and Vincent ... how did they manage to win?! Jillix
Stampingcaz said…
fantastic cards as usual Jo

I hope you have a lovely Christmas
Marja Sch said…
Wonderful card. I like to wish a wonderful Christmas time Hugs marja
debby4000 said…
WOW loads of fab Christmas cards, they are all brilliant. But my fave is the one you sent me it's gorgeous.
Moni said…
Gorgeous cards! And Merry Christmas and happy new year to you and your family! Hugs, Moni

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