Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Merry Little Christmas

I am having a blast creating Christmas Cards way before the busy season. This is another card made with images that were sitting on my desk for a couple of months. I used them all and only had to matte the sentiment with a red oval. The rest just came together so quickly after I chose Merry Moments Designer Series Paper. There are so many prints in there that are just fantastic!

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Card Stock:  Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Garden Green
Designer Series Paper: Merry Moments
Stamps: Christmas Punch, Winter Post
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories:  Birds and Blooms Die, Large Oval Punch, Metal Oval Die (non-SU), Big Shot, Build-A-Brad, Stampin' Dimensionals

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11 comments:

Kris Kilcoyne said...

Such pretty Christmas colors ... gets me in the mood to wrap gifts.

Crystal said...

Patti what gorgeous Christmas Colors!!!! What a great card, beautiful!

TrishG said...

I like the diamond shape and the rich green paper. Fun fold too.

Melissa said...

I love it - esp your embellishments! How cool are they? Smart gal, getting started before it gets crazy busy!

Stampin' Diva said...

Great card!!! I love how easy it looks.

....Linda.... said...

I love how the card opens - and I love how ahead of the game you are!

Ann Schach said...

Fantastic card, Patti! Love the colors and I love the fold!

Kristie said...

Very pretty! Love how the card opens.

Mary Fish said...

That paper is gorgeous for your project. Lovely how your card opens. Hugs, Mary

Carrie said...

I LOVE this paper. This card has a lot of dimension- very fun!.

abbartski said...

This is FABULOUS!! Your colors and layers are so pretty.
Stay well,
AnnMarie