Friday, October 19, 2012

My Weekly Christmas Card

I did not meet my goal of three cards this week.  I'm telling you that cards are hard for me.  I had this same block with stamps for years and now my husband can't believe my collection and how I use them.

My card this week is a combo of a card I saw on Facebook...although it no where resembles the original... and a bit of some techniques from Tim Holtz 12 Tags of Christmas.

Ingredients: Graphic 45 Christmas Past; American Crafts cardstock; DCWV card (I cut it for the top piece); Tim Holtz idea-ology metal snowflake; Tim Holtz distress inks, distress markers, tree, greeting, and snowflake stamp, grungepaper; Sizzix large snowflake die; Tattered Angels Mist Blue Skies,Ranger Dabber Snow Cap

If you have a Christmas card on your blog or gallery somewhere leave a link in the comments.  I would LOVE to see it.

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It's Boo at the Zoo time this weekend, College Football, a birthday party, and somewhere in there I plan to create a few layouts.

Have a Crafty Weekend!






Gratitude List
1.  tiny Ali
2.  great news from the allergist for Little
3.  focus
4.  cooler weather
5.  God's grace and strength for all

11 comments:

  1. I think the card is wonderful and the bow is perfect!!! and think you are on your way to cards not being a problem for you:):)

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  2. So pretty and elegant! I will be working on a card or two this weekend and will share then.

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  3. What a pretty card! I love those trees. I'm a new follower.

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    1. Thank you Heidi for the kind words and following!

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  4. Very pretty! I love that fun bow. :)

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  5. Love that bow and the trees. Very pretty card! Hope you have a great weekend!

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    1. thank you Melissa...you too

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  6. It is a nice and elegant card.

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  7. Beautiful card love the big bow :)

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  8. Very pretty card.

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  9. Your card is wonderful. You are very talented crafter no matter what you are creating!!

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