Friday, September 5, 2014

Head start on Christmas cards...

 Well, after a little break from blogging to enjoy our summer weather I am back with a head start on a Christmas card. The way things are around here, I thought I had better get a little busy. Before you know it Christmas will be here....LOL I have really enjoyed our summer but now it is time to visit the craft room a little more often.
My card today is a bit simple but I am really liking that. I sponged the sky with some momento inks and then used the papertrey stamp set that I really like called, Winter Hills. It has this adorable house and the spruce tree stamp. I then used a Taylored Expressions die for the birch trees. All in all...simple right! Oh and a little glitter was added. That is another reason I love making Christmas can go crazy with glitter.
I hope that you had a fantastic summer and look forward to the fall weather!!!! Happy Crafting!


  1. Awesome card I was hoping you would post something I love your work!!!! Your colouring is the best..I was wondering you use Inktense pencils are they a watercolour pencils, and can you use them like Prisma's with the copics I am thinking of investing!! Again beautiful card..I think that card should be for me as I was the first to comment..LOL have a great day

  2. Lovely to see you back, have missed you and your wonderful creations like this beautiful card, so gorgeohs

  3. So happy to see your post. I love your card, great way to start on your Christmas list.

  4. I am loving this as well Christine!! You better get going on your Christmas cards because we are swapping right? haha!!! Love your work! It is always soooo perfect!
    Hugs, Dena

  5. So GLAD to see a post my friend!! Gorgeously ELEGANT Christine!! That wonderful house stamp simply POPS against the white...beautifully designed and coloured card!!! Hope that you can join us Friday!!
    Take care,

  6. Hey Christine! Very pretty and gorgeous card!


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