Sunday, 4 December 2011

Playing Bingo at Sir Stampalot

Well, it's the first Sunday in December so it's time for a new challenge at Sir Stampalot. We are having a little game of bingo, and here is your bingo card.
I chose pearls, stickles and ribbon, and came up with these two Christmas cards

The stamps are Woodware Tipsy trees paper pieced with faux stitching added. The papers are from my stash. "What is the prize?" I hear you ask. Well, feast your eyes on these goodies!
I think Santa may have had a hand in this as well as Andy and Janice!
I do hope you will be able to join in with us this month and I look forward to visiting. Pop over to the Stampalot Challenge blog for details of our rules and more fabulous inspiration. Thanks for looking!

15 comments:

  1. Double Tipsy Tree Sally, I'm sure there is a message in there.

    Love both colourways and really can't choose a favourite, but do like the contrast paper piecing which works really well with the image.

    Thanks for being a great teami at stampy.

    B x

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  2. Lovely card, Sally, in one of my favourite shades of blue - beautifully done. Gosh, we made a lot of tipsy tree cards at one time and my Mum absolutely loved that stamp! Hope you're having a restful weekend, if that's possible so close to Christmas x

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  3. What gorgeous cards, love that stamp and what you have done with it, gorgeous cards

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  4. They are both gorgeous sally. I am so loving that little tree, so sweet and looks great for paper piecing.

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  5. Love both of these Sally - gorgeous design!
    xx

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  6. Love your tipsy trees, Sally! I think the blue one just has the edge, with the tartan ribbon! Fab paper piecing. xx

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  7. oh i always love it when you use those trees Sally .. i love both colourways .. cant choose a favourite .. they feel really homespun
    Lisa x

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  8. i love the gingham with the tipsy tree, fun paper piecing and faux stitching. hugs heidi x

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  9. I love your papers and colours, gorgeous creations and I love your chouice of bingo elements.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  10. Oh what a really lovely cards, so nice!

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  11. These are both gorgeous...I love the gingham in the trees too, Ruth x

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  12. Hi Sally...Love the little Christmas tree and the beautiful paper piecing.
    Debbie x

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  13. Love the tipsy tree Sally - the paper piecing and faux stitching gives them an adorable rustic charm.
    No doubt you are looking forward to the school hols. - not long to wait now!
    Hugs, Sylvia xx

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  14. Hi Sal

    One of my favourite Christmas tree stamps .. .. love how you have used it!!

    Both cards are gorgeous .. .. the colours on the first one are beautiful!

    Love Jules xx

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  15. Beautiful cards Sally.

    Hugs
    Anke

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