Friday, 27 December 2019

Christmas Flowers

I hope you all had a wonderful christmas and enjoyed yourselves wherever you were and whatever you were doing. Christmas dinner is lovely but very filling and I do enjoy the couple of days after  when we finish off the leftover meats with salad and Hubby's homemade bread.

Now onto my christmas flowers which I've made to join in with the Uniko 2019 Christmas Party.


It's an 'anything goes christmas' theme with at least one Uniko product (which can also include their digital freebies). I decided to make a box card using the Uniko 'season of beauty' set, stamping and fussy cutting the flowers and foliage several times. I really love this stamp set but  I do wish there was a die set to match as my fingers were a bit sore afterwards! I heat embossed on the box flaps with Uniko 'background blocks stars' and then stuck it all together and added a bow to finish off.




You can save 15% on all Uniko orders at the moment - check out this post here and of course I had to treat myself to another christmas pressie! Edited - offer now ended


That's it from me for today, I'm off to have a bowl of homemade celery soup and then maybe probably treat myself to a few more goodies! Enjoy the rest of your holiday and thanks for taking the time to visit.





17 comments:

Lia said...

Wow, this looks awesome! A great design and beautiful colours.
I wish you a very happy 2020!!
Lia xx

meg said...

this is a beautiful decorative make Andrea

Kath said...

A beautiful box card - I love the flowers.
Kath x

Carole said...

Celery soup??!! get the chocs out!!..lol this creation is absolutely stunning Andrea....it must have taken you ages, You don't do things by half that's for sure!

Vicky Hayes said...

This is so beautiful Andrea! It must have taken ages and is SO worth it.
I've eaten so many chocs that a bowl of homemade celery soup sounds like the food of the gods to me!
I'm a big Uniko fan too. Santa has given me some money to spend on crafty goodies and I daresay some of it will be going on some new stamp sets from there ;)
Vicky x

Kathleen said...

This is stunning Andrea a really fabulous make, love the bright red of the flowers and the lovely papers on the box.

Kath x

Liz said...

OMGosh, what a fabulous creation, Andrea! The fussy cutting was a real labour of love, but so worth it for the finished result. xx

Jeanne H said...

Oh, I do love your box card. So lovely.

Michelle said...

Wow this is so stunning - what a great job you've done here. Glad you a nice Christmas - Michelle x

Greta said...

This is just beautiful & worth your fussy cutting efforts! I'm anxious to make something with these beautiful images!

aussie aNNie said...

Lovely creativity...Popping in to say Happy New year and thanks for being a great crafting on line friend.xx

Sarn said...

WOW Andrea . . ..that is a SCRUMPTIOUS display of talent. LOVE what you've created here.

Hope you've had a good Christmas and that all you wish for comes true in 2020.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

KT Fit Kitty said...

Hello, Andrea! I absolutely love your box of Christmas flowers! This looks like such a pretty stamp set. I am one who loves fussy-cutting and you certainly did a lot of that with this card. It was well worth your effort - it really makes a splash! Happy New Year!

Trina P. said...

Beautiful box card. Who needs a matching die with that fabulous fussy cutting. 😉 Besides, you just saved a bundle. 😂

Lynne in NI said...

Oh WOW, what a fabulous creation!!

Deb said...

Wow, this is stunning but that is a lot of fussy cutting, very satisfying though a beautiful creation! x

Linby said...

oh wow this is stunning. Thanks for all the lovely comments you've left on my blog.