Friday, September 10, 2010

Christmas Cards

Here are some cards I made for a Christmas card swap that had several groups with different themes over on the Cricut MB. This was the Kids card group. I used the Mickey Santa die cut for the Cuttlebug on blue core black magic paper which was embossed with the tiny heart Cuttlebug folder which I turned to make it look like snow flakes after it was sanded.
This one was the Let It Snow. I used my Just Rite snowflake stamp, the snowflake paper was from a holiday stack I picked up at Joann's, I think it was DCWV but not positive and kraft cardstock.


This next one was the non-traditional, I decided to use browns and blues as my colors which I think are non-traditional Christmas colors. I used the Lacey Label cart for the circles and "Joy" cut on kraft cardstock.


This one was the Snowman group. I used my Just Right snowman and snowwoman stamps along with a mistletoe sentiment. This Merry Christmas paper is from the same stack as the snowflake paper above again with kraft cardstock.


This last one was for the Vintage group. I used toppers from Flower Soft along with my Vintage Christmas Flower Soft and made two different cards. One said Holly & Ivy and one said Noel. This is my first experience with Flower Soft and I really love how it turned out. This is probably a 5X7 card whereas all the others are A2 size.



I am so excited and cannot wait to get the other cards back from this swap.  After this swap, I have almost 50 of my cards made for Christmas because I made extras of the ones I made and kept them. 

3 comments:

  1. Adorable cards Bobbie! Thanks for participating in the Imaginisce challenge.

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  2. Your cards are just fantastic! I love each and every one - especially the Mickey Santa one - SO CUTE!! Thank you for posting this on Obsessed with Scrapbooking! Hugs, Joy

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    upload to my contest page, follow and comment each day for extra entries.

    love your projects

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