I bought these tiny Christmas cards, which I've used as toppers in the ASDA sale last year at the bargain price of 10 for 10p: we crafters love a bargain don't we!! I decoupaged and then glittered them very liberally, then matted and layered them onto scrummy red pearl card, from Crafty Ideas in Burnham. This is a tiny craft shop in the Bishop Centre, near Maidenhead, packed full of interesting craft goodies including lots of needlework supplies: heaven on earth! I also bought the lovely shiny red foiled card there to die-cut the poinsettias, and the little gold beads in the centre. The gold stamens are punched with a Nellie Snellen punch, and the ferny leaves with a MS branch punch. The red tartan card was horribly expensive (over £1 for an A4 sheet!), so I was very frugal with it, and didn't cover it up too much. Two very traditional cards, but they were quite quick and easy, apart from the flowers which took a while, so I made five of each.
Thanks so much for visiting my blog. xx Jill