Thursday, 24 December 2009

Something New

Last Friday the DCM team came up with a challenge that moves us away from Christmas cards, phew! I decided to make a New Year card as this is a celebration that is particularly important in Scotland. I will take this card to the relatives we visit for lunch on New Year's Day.

New Beginnings

As we are coming to the end of the year and fast approaching the start of not only a new year but a new decade, I’d like to see some cards celebrating something new.

It could be the New Year, a New Home, a New Addition to the family or even a New Day

The stamp came in a swap, I think it is a Crafty Secrets stamp sent by Angelnorth.
Coloured with copics, text created in PSE.

Wishing all my blog readers a very happy festive season.


  1. ooooo this is just wonderful janice!!! Beautiful colouring my lovely!!!

    Have a wonderful Christmas XXX

  2. What a fabulous card janice. those birds are so cute! thanks for being part of DCM this year:)

  3. Oh what a beautiful card Janice and a timely reminder for us all to look after the little birdies through this nasty cold snap.

    Love Lynda xxx

  4. What a beautiful image Janice and perfect for a New Year’s card.

    We really enjoyed having you as a guest in 2009 and look forward to seeing more of your creations in 2010
    Hope you have a great Christmas

  5. You're quite right - it's from the Crafty Secrets "Bird Notes" set. I wouldn't have remembered sending it in the swap though! Lovely card, the blues look really fresh and clean, perfect for New Year. Merry Christmas to you and yours, hope you have a lovely time {{{hugs}}}.

  6. SOOOO cute!!! New Year's cards - I love that idea. Hope you have a Merry Christmas, dear friend ~ ♥

  7. Those birdies are really cute - love it.

    Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas x


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