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I've created this blog to share my life & love of paper crafts with others. You will read bits and pieces of what goes on in my world and be able to see my paper craft creations! Please leave me a comment if you see something you like. I'd love to hear from you!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

Well, the big day is finally here!
Merry Christmas to you all! 

Now that I am certain all of my Christmas cards have been sent, and hopefully delivered, I wanted to share the handmade Christmas card I made this year with you. 
The technique I used to make this Winter scene is the same technique I used back in November to make this Autumn card. Some red and silver ink turned this card from Autumn to Christmas very easily!  Here's a picture of 5 of them, but I made a total of 20 for all my stamping friends!


I stamped DRS Designs Single Fall Tree (468F) along the rolling hills in the scene and added silver Stickles to the branches to look like ice and snow.  The sentiment I had specifically made for this card, but the Season's Greetings sentiment on the Line of Winter Trees Image (537K) would be perfect as well.


Since I was mailing so many of these cards, I didn't want them to be heavily embellished.  I think the simple red bow embellished them nicely!  
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I greatly appreciate your visit, especialy since I know my posts have been very scattered lately.  I'm going to take some time away from stamping/crafting to spend time with family over the next week. I plan on coming back right after the New Year with regular stamping and projects to share with you!


Smiles,
Jennifer

3 comments:

Beth Norman said...

These are so beautiful, Jennifer. Truly it is a cool style for you. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Beth said...

Gorgeous cards Jennifer love the simplicity of them and I love the silver and red.

Samantha said...

I LOVE this card Jennifer - and I'm so happy that I got one!! Merry Christmas friend!

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