Monday, 30 December 2019

Merry Christmas

You would think we'd be over making Christmas cards for a while ...but... with all the little bits that get stamped or die cut and then added to my stash.. you can just make up a few more cards ... for next year.   Mid December I had fun making up cards using different folds... and this one is a favorite because it folds flat to fit in a square envelope.  I used some PP that looks like a snowy night sky and then from the stash there were a heap of these die cut houses... I added some gold paper behind a few to resemble lights on in the windows... then out came some die cut trees from the stash.... I inked up the large one in a dark blue grey for the front of the card and found a matching scalloped strip in the PP pack.... next there were some sparkly die cut snowflakes and a star and then finally the only thing I actually die cut was the Merry Christmas sentiment.... I had a bit of fun trying to get the layers even in the back with the foam tape.... but I'm really happy with how the card turned out.
I am playing along with - Pixie's Snippets Playground challenge #368  ...  AND  ... Shopping Our Stash #410 - Happy Holidays  ...  AND  ... Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies December challenge  ...  AND  ...  Just Us Girls Wild Card Week #516 - Anything Goes.   Thanks for visiting, I really appreciate it..... happy card making.

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  1. What a sweet little village! Love all the dimension and the lighted windows that look so welcoming!

  2. Gorgeous card, I love the fold and all those die-cuts to make up the wonderful scene xx

  3. Wow Robyn, what a stunning card. One to really treasure for sure. Your scene is just perfection!


    Di xx

  4. What a gorgeous 3D card, Robyn! I just love this wonderful little village scene! Great work! Thanks so much for joining us at HLS Dies Challenge!


Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn