Today I’m sharing another of the Christmas cards that I made. This was a Hunkydory kit and made a delightfully pretty card. I found some gems in my stash to add some balance and finish it off. The photo doesn’t really do justice to the colours on this card.
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I am sharing today a card I hade for Christmas for one of my sons. This was so simple as I had a roll of patterned ribbon, cut a length and mounted it onto a mat onto a card. I finished with a few peel-off and some letters. Although I love colouring, fussy cutting and making really decorative cards, it is important to remember that sometimes the simplest cards can be the most effective, especially when we have a lot to make at Christmas.
Happy New Year! I pray that everyone reading is blessed in this coming year with good health and freedom from financial worry.
There is still time to enter the December challenge at Creative moments. The optional theme is Christmas but we are always delighted to see your makes so share what ever is new! This month’s challenge is sponsored by Beccy’s place and you could win a voucher to spend in her store. I made these tags using Just A Note which is a free digi on the blog. I bottled pears from my garden in brandy back in September but the Beccy’s Place digi was perfect for labelling them as Christmas gifts.