Tuesday, October 25, 2011

TRY STAMPIN ON TUESDAY SKETCH #38 And some blog candy!!

Good evening, and can you believe that its that time of the week again.
Is it just me or are the weeks getting shorter?? Tuesday seems to be flying around so quickly and it feels like just yesterday when I last updated.
Try Stampin On Tuesday has another fabulous sketch this week and I thought that it was about time to pull out my xmas stamps.

I really enjoyed making this card and I hope you get a chance to play along, just click here and it will take you to the sketch.
Also I am going to give away a free pass to the next round of Stampin Fun And Friends, so leave a comment and I will pull out the lucky winner this coming Monday.
Have a great night,
Amy xxx

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another stunning card yet again!
I would love the chance to win a free pass!!
Janxx

Sharna Russell said...

Yes i totally agree, i am feeling the older i am getting the faster the time is flying by, almost time to make more room in my life to sit back a bit more and enjoy it.

I love your card, i have a fab idea for this weeks sketch, i just have to wait until i can get home to complete it

Tracey Old said...

Fantastic christmas card! Love it:-)You have rocked this sketch girlfriend!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes I agree a beautiful card!!

Rhonda said...

What an awesome card a great use of one set. I would also love to win a free pass.. Rhonda

handmadebynarelle said...

I would love to win a pass to the next round of Stampin' fun and friends. Thanks for sharing Amy you r card is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

Oh I would love the chance to win a free pass!!

Rebecca

Anonymous said...

Hi Amy, found your blog after having to google you as I didn't ask what your blog site was. Wow you have some amazing cards and projects. I will definately be checking in regularly to see what other amazing ideas you come up with. Very inspiring. Well it's now 1am so I had better head home as it's just over 3 hours til the alarm goes off.
Nadine

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