Tuesday, 16 September 2014

WOYWW - Texture paste Christmas card

Hi Everyone and thanks for stopping by,

Well this week my post is going to be short as I am nursing a very sore throat, bad chest and am feeling VERY sorry for myself!  At last I have made up a christmas card with one of my samples using texture paste…

I was tempted to go totally white but ended up using a baby blue mount and ribbon. I love this card and it was very easy to do. 
Many of you left such kind comments last week telling of how you hadn't used your texture paste yet, HAVE A GO… tis easy! Taking a photograph of a nearly white card is NOT however. 

Talking of photographs, take a look at my photography blog at the top right of the page to see a particularly gruesome, Halloweeny shot! 

Have a happy week and I will try to visit around in between coughing bouts, temperature fluctuations and sucking Tunes!

Lynda B X


  1. Your card is beautiful. I've used my texture paste, but not often. #17

  2. Hope you feel better soon! the card is gorgeous - must start my C cards soon now!! Helen 11

  3. IIs textured paste the same as modeling paste? Looks like. It is my favorite go-to item to add texture to ATC's I noticed that I've been using it a lot lately. Do like the way you used it to create the trees. The touch of baby blue really brings out the texture. diane #26

  4. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing today. Hope you have a great day and a lovely crafting week to come. Hazel, WOYWW #47 x

  5. What a pretty card! I love working with texture paste. I even make my own! Glenda #44

  6. That is a really pretty card! I am also sick in bed, hope you feel better real soon.
    Happy WOYWW!
    Tertia #38

  7. I think it was a good decision to choose the light blue cardstock. It looks awesome!
    Gabriele 16

  8. Hi Lynda - sorry you're struggling with the lurgy, and hope you feel better very quickly. It hasn't harmed your crafty side - that card is lovely, and looks great in blue. Have a good week, Chris # 29

  9. Oooo, I love all that texture! It suits the snowy scene perfectly! Get well soon! Zsuzsa #64

  10. What a beautiful card! I have texture paste and I love using it with the templates. I have used it in scrapbooking, but I haven't made any cards for years. Time to change that... you've inspired me.
    Thank you for letting me look over you shoulder and hope you feel better soon.

  11. Ooh you poor thing, I hope you get better soon. Love that card so simple yet so pretty. I'm a texture paste lover my self, I use it heaps and have lots of fun with it.
    Have a great week and get better soon.
    Von #25

  12. That is too bad about you feeling under the weather. I hope you are better soon!

    I, too, am one of those that have not used texture paste but it does look beautiful on your card. I may just try it!

    Thanks for sharing your space and your project! Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Kathy Jo #41

  13. oh no! feel better soon! The texture paste card is gorgeous! I haven't tried it yet, but your card is an inspiration! I try to stop by a few of the WOYWW blog pages, Another hopper (Anne, i think) started me on this method - to stop by and see those with the same last digit. Take care! Dawn #78


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