Monday, 2 November 2015

Homespun Christmas for Calico Craft Parts

Hi everyone, thanks for dropping in today.
Sorry, it's been a bit quiet here, but I have had other things on my mind.
Anyway to day I am sharing a couple of Christmas Cards on the Calico Blog
If you want to see more, all you need to do is click here.


Have a good week everyone and thanks for dropping in!

25 comments:

  1. These cards are so beautifully old-fashioned!

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  2. Beautiful cards with a special vintage flair! unique Astrid!

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  3. Both of these cards are beautiful! Chrisx

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  4. Lovely card to start the week Astrid, apols for the brief comments, struggling with blogger today as you know.

    B x

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  5. Two gorgeous cards here too Astrid. They´re very different from your normal style, but certainly just as great and I really love, what you´ve done on these, they´re so beautiful and well made as everything you ever do.
    Have a wonderful week ahead here now.

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  6. They look beautiful Astrid, off to have a closer look.... Hugs, Anne xxx

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  7. Beautifully done and love the homespun look! Totally different from what I'm used to seeing here, but lovely! Been over to Calico for my closer look, and I love those little snow flakes! Hugs!

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  8. wonderful christmas cards, with all the great Craft Parts you used to create even more eye catching cards.
    xxo Dorthe

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  9. Very beautiful cards Astrid

    Love Chrissie xx

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  10. Astrid, your cards are incredibly beautiful! I so love all the layers. Thinking of you! Hugs!

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  11. these look wpnderful astrid. i do hope you are okay! hugs rachel x

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  12. Stunning Astrid! LOVE the tattered plaid!

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  13. Such beautiful cards Astrid. Jenny x

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  14. What sweet vintage designs Astrid - love the distressed edges - off to take a peek!

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  15. Two beautiful cards Astrid.
    Yvonne xx

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  16. Both your cards are stunning Astrid and the CAP's add the luxury to make them so special

    Sending huge hugs
    Annie x

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  17. Love these sweet cards, Astrid! I love the homespun look, and the wooden details are lovely - the way you bring all of these elements together is, as always, brilliant. Thinking of you, and hope all is well with you and yours. xxx Lynn

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  18. Oh Astrid how I missed your gorgeous creations! Just popped my head in to say thanks for all the kind comments you left for me while I was away, you are so sweet. It's been a long couple of months but I'm mostly settled in now so I've finally time to visit some of my favourite blogs. Can't wait to see all your Christmas creations this season! See you again soon, hugs :)

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  19. Love peeking at all those gorgeous elements, and the layering is perfect! I found myself looking round the screen to see more detail - doh (slap forehead) :) xx

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  20. I love the homespun feel, it is wonderfully nostalgic.
    Astrid, I wonder if all is okay with your e-mail because I noticed an e-mail from you in my junk mail.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  21. Beautiful cards - I love the nostaligic feel and the gorgeous little embellishments.

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  22. Beautiful cards!! Love them both!!

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