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A Blue Christmas

August 31, 2012

I don’t know why but I have been in Christmas card mode lately.  I think it might be because of all the gorgeous things in the new Holiday Mini, released tomorrow (Yay).  Anyway the layout of this card is inspired by one that I saw on Pinterest. (Yes, I am still spending too much time there.)

I stamped the greeting from the Many Merry Messages stamp set (retiring) on the Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink, wrapped it with Night of Navy 1/4″ grosgrain ribbon (retiring) and attached it to scored and folded Night of Navy card.  I stamped the image from Lovely as a Tree (NOT retiring, yay) onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink and then cut the image into three panels.  I attached the image panels to Night of Navy card and then to the card front.  I used my Two-Way Glue pen on the trees and then added some Dazzling Diamonds.  I absolutely adore the simplicity of this card, although without the bling it would probably be a little too clean and simple.

I’d love to hear what you think.

Bye for now, Kris.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 31, 2012 12:39 pm

    Great card, Kris. I love the way your card seems to be inspired by the triple time stamping technique. This is a great twist on that.


  2. Lynda S permalink
    August 31, 2012 12:47 pm

    Love this CAS (and a bit blingy) card Kris!! You’re so lucky to be channelling the Chrissy vibe. I still have abt 30 b’days to get thru before I can even start to THINK abt Christmas. The NON and WW is so v v crisp.


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