Sunday, 17 July 2016

Frosty Christmas Cards

Good morning friends

Today I have a couple of Christmas cards to share today. I had this paper stack out to make a different project and there were smaller leftover pieces in the front of the stack so I used my Blueprints dies to cut diagonal panels. Once they were cut and adhered to the front of the cards, the rest was easy peasy.

I believe the printed embellishments are for pocket scrapbooking, but I fussy cut them out and adhered them to the card fronts with fun foam for good stability. After all, these cards will sit in my card box for several months.

I added some metallic gel pen details and punched snowflakes to this first card.

The second card also got a punched snowflake and metallic gel pen accents.

Inside both cards is the same holiday stamp from Verve. I adore the fonts on this set!

Into my holiday stash ... not sure if these are for us to send or if they will end up in my Mom's pile, as I make their holiday cards as well. But either way - two more Christmas cards finished!

Heavy Cream card stock - Papertrey Ink
Blueprints #18
Patterned paper - Recollections
Fun foam
Clear double sided adhesive, 1/8" width - Elizabeth Craft Designs
Metallic Gel Pens - Sakura
Words inside - Verve
Snowflake punch - Martha Stewart

Card size - A2

Thanks for stopping by today


  1. what fabulous Christmas cards, especially love that snowman.

  2. wonderful christmas card!



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