Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Beccy's Holiday challenge #2 - Bethlehem with a black border

 My first attempt at a slim line card.

Aud Sentiments -  Christmas animals  camels


Suze said...

Good on you for having a go at a different card fold. I like the black and white look to this card - and two B words too - black and Bethlehem.

Suzanne H said...

Perfect image for a slimline card. Great work!

Beccy said...

Good on you for trying a different type of card Dorothy, these slim lines have been very popular this year. Great choice of stamp, the image is wonderful and the sentiment is lovely. Black and white is always such an elegant combination. Well done!

Granmargaret said...

Lovely card. Thank you for your comments on my blog. I had 3 eye operations this year. The specialist removed the cataracts and put in lenses, he also put in stents for the glaucoma. My eyes were good for a few days after the second operation but then the pressure went up again so I had to have the 3rd operation and then go back on the glaucoma drops and take tablets for the glaucoma. The tablets make me feel sick all the time. I also have macular degeneration and dry eyes, plus dermatis. I use mostly digital stamps and precoloured ones when I can. I also use Lavinia clear silhouette stamps as I don't have to colour them. My eyes have been worse the last couple weeks but I keep crafting to take my mind off the pain. I am housebound with other health issues so it is good to have friends to talk to on the computer.
My daughter and I are both cancer survivors. My daughter had five months of chemotherapy and then six weeks of every day radiotherapy. The chemo made her ill. I just had the six weeks of every day radiotherapy,
I am glad the chemo is not making you too ill and hope you are fully recovered soon. Best wishes

Donna said...

Slimline cards are so popular this year and you chose the perfect image for it. Love the Bethlehem scene.

Elaine Stark said...

A lovely slimline card. I do like this style, it is so elegant. Thanks for joining Aud Sentiments challenge. Elaine