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Saturday, 14 September 2013

Christmas Post for Craftwork Cards


Here's a peek at the brand new Christmas Post collection from Craftwork Cards. It has the most yummy papers, sentiments, coordinating candy, die cut flowers, all with a vintage feel. It's my turn to post over on the Craftwork Cards blog today so hop over there to see what I have been up to...... 



If you aren't already a follower of Craftwork Cards, join up to follow, leave a little comment then come back here to leave your name. I will put the names in the hat on Tuesday, and Craftwork Cards will send the lucky winner a lovely Christmas Wreath kit - all you need to make this gorgeous Poinsettia wreath for Christmas

Christmas Poinsettia Wreath Kit

Have a lovely weekend. I am up to my eyes in top secret hush hush missions (I'll have a martini, shaken not stirred please....), but I will be back tomorrow as usual. See you then x

19 comments:

  1. I am leaving my name here. Maybe my luck with be better with names in a hat. Hee! Hee!. Great job and cannot wait to see what is so "Under The Cover"!

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  2. Great ornaments Enfys!!
    Loved them all.
    Also love that paper!!

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  3. I so love this pack - and adore the projects you have come up with.

    Toni xx

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  4. Brilliant idea - I can see a lot of these on Christmas tress coming up!

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  5. Hi Enfys, I love your Christmas Craft. I left a little comment.

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  6. Left a comment, followed the blog and I'm intrigued with what you did with it. So unique yet stunning.
    Hugs xx

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  7. I really enjoy your creativity and am inspired by it. Thank you for sharing. Denise, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada.

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  8. I would love to win. Wouldn't those gorgeous pine cones look great with this wreath?

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  9. Lovely projects left a comment, become a follower and customer a while ago and it's all your fault,your blog is funny friendly and inspirational thanks for the chance to win angxxxx

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  10. Thank you for the tutorial on the pinecones, your work is always amazing and the attention to detail is through the roof! Thank you!

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  11. What great ideas for xmas. Love the pinecones, looks like we are all off the Hobbycraft for the foam balls.
    Hazel

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  12. Just popped over to have a peek at your latest scrap techniques. Always something new for us to try. Keep the goodies coming.

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  13. It would be wonderful if you pulled my name out of the hat. I love the tutorial and your creations. Can hardly wait to see what is so hush hush.

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  14. What cool projects! Love the cards and ornaments alike. Beautiful! TFS.

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  15. ooh I am so tempted by the Christmas Post set, it looks fab! Would so love to win the wreath - am off to Craftwork cards for a peek! xx

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  16. Been there, done that etc. Thanks for the wonderful tutorial and for the chance to win a gorgeous wreath kit. Hugs Christine x

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  17. I have left a comment for you on the Craftworks blog.. I wish I had all of your talent..
    {{{{hugs}}}}
    Marg ;) x
    craftycardsbymarg.blogspot.co.uk

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  18. I don't know if I made it in time for the prize, but I just had to tell you I loved the little pine cones! They would be sweet on our tree this year. Anything that the cats won't break works for me! lol Thanks Jess

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  19. new to your blog (and craftworks) and love it already, had lost my crafting mojo it's now coming back thanks to your blog love your projects, now keeping fingers crossed for being picked out of the hat, looking forward to your next post :)

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I love reading your comments, thank you for taking the time
Enfys x