Wednesday, 15 March 2017

A very Chilli Christmas

 If you know our family well, you will know that chillis feature heavily in our lives - Mark grows them, we both cook with them, I have chilli themed jewellery and we even have a string of chilli themed fairy lights on the tree at Christmas.
So it was inevitable that when I found a sheet of chilli themed stamps at Rubber Dance I would fall in love with them! The sheet features many shapes and sizes of chilli, and today, inspired by our Christmas lights and the lovely festive colours of fresh chillis, I've used them as the basis for a Christmas card.

I drew a very faint circle using a die as a template and then stamped red and green chillis around it using one of the smallest solid chilli stamps, then erased the circle and added some stamped outline chillis over the top and coloured them in with red. The sentiment is from an old Studio G mini-set.

I am sharing this with
Addicted to Stamps and more - Holiday
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - March 
The Holly and the Ivy - anything goes Christmas


  1. What a great idea! your chilli wreath looks super. Barbxx

  2. Ingenious use of those chili stamps, awesome wreath.

  3. Cool wreath! Or should I say "hot?" LOL! Either way, super way to think outside the box and use inspiration from your life. Thanks for sharing with us at CHNC Extra! :)

    ~Marie B -DT

  4. Wow...simply fabulous wreath. Love all your wonderful hot and spicy chili peppers, so much fun. Thank you so much for playing along with us at ATSM!

  5. Oh clever made Jane
    that Chilli??
    yay clever!
    love your unusual Wreath
    and I miss you
    are you okay Jane
    I have not visiting my friends blog since 2 month busy to make application for new Job again
    hope you like time to time visit me again
    really miss you


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