Anything But A Christmas Card


The card I made to launch the 'Celebrate Spring!' Competition : )

It was nice to make something that wasn't a Christmas card. Christmas cards are actually my favourite cards to make. And every year I love to get started on them. But I'm usually more than ready to start creating something different when the festive season is all finished, aren't you?

So I thoroughly enjoyed making this Lollipop Flower card.

Lollipop Flower cards tick all the right boxes for me. Because they're simply punched out shapes, they're quick & easy to make and great for using up scraps and I can be as creative as I like with them. Any colour combination, any centre, any leaf or stalk shapes. Pretty, simple or overloaded with embellishments - anything goes with these really.

They're something a little bit different to give to someone. And usually very well received as well.


And for this one ... I got to play with my new 'Tiny {Sweetheart} Sentiments' too. They're my new favourites : )




Thank you all so much for visiting this week. Enjoy your weekend everyone!


Love Liz xx



Card Blank: Cut from a sheet of Handmade Paper
Papers : 'Washed Out' from the Colour Collection in Goldenrod, Orchid, Papaya, Pistachio and Sage (from my scrap box)
Scallop Edge: cut from a Papermania Card Blank printed with 'Kraft' card design
Sentiment : 'Tiny {Sweetheart} Sentiments

Flower Button: Making Memories
Woodware Craft Punches
Tiny Pearls, Button Twine

4 comments on Anything But A Christmas Card

  1. Wow hun this is so striking love the idea and the little pearls are just perfect.....

    Just wanted to say I love the ideas that you and your design team are posting it really is lovely to see so much pink petticoat gorgeousness!!!! I really look forward to seeing what you fab ladies will be coming up with next, i'm sure there is plenty more to come this year.... I first started blogging after visiting the pink petticoat blog quite by accident when I started crafting and i'm so glad I did thanks for the inspiration and I look forward to lots more pink petticoatness in the future!!!

    Many Thanks Emma xxx

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  2. Believe me, everyone, the card looks better in the flesh than it does in the picture!!
    Thank you Liz, I received the gorgeous chalk pencils today and I had a lovely surprise when I found your Lollipop Flower card in the box too :)
    I cant wait to see the new papers, they sound lovely.
    Thank you again,
    Louise x

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  3. Oops, I meant to say 'even better' lol !

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  4. More new paper's and design's..... i can't wait i love shopping at Pink Petticoat.... Thank's Liz and the DT team ,i look forward to see what you come up with.... jules xx

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