Friday, January 7, 2022

Getting a head start on Christmas cards

 Happy Fri-Yay crafty friends!
I'm just popping in with a card or two that I made yesterday.

Here's the inside:

I know, it's kind of CAS for me. This was my second attempt at
creating this card. I originally used a circle die and I didn't like
how it looked at all. Then I thought, what about snowflake dies?
Major lightbulb moment. LOL!
For reference, here's the first card:

See what I mean? But now I have two Christmas cards made, 
so there's that. :)
Both sentiments were stamped in purple ink to complete the
rainbow. Thankfully, I had enough R stickers to complete 
the second card!

Well, since we were "gifted" with another 5" of snow overnight,
guess I'll just stay put and make some more cards. :)

Thanks for visiting!

I'd like to enter this at:

Stamps: Avery Elle - Nutcrackers; Picket Fence Studios - Inside Quotes Christmas
Ink: Memento - Grape Jelly
DP: snippets
CS: Neenah
Accessories: GC; Paper Smooches - snowflake dies; Penny Black - Elegant rectangle die; MISTI;
American Crafts - Thickers alpha stickers
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - MMM


Dotty Jo said...

Wooooo hoooo! Loving your take on the theme, Chris! Thanks for playing at Christmas Kickstart, Jo x

Arlene said...

WOW, I love your rainbow cards! Creative and beautiful.

Amy O said...

I do love both of these! The bright colors add a touch of fun. Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!

Kim S said...

I love your rainbow of colors behind the "Merry" - such a fun and festive look! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Cécile RIBON said...

Those two cards look gorgeous. I love the white die cut letters popping against the cheerful bold colors Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week.

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Two awesome cards! You certainly have a head start on your Christmas cards already! Thanks for playing along at the Christmas Kickstart challenge!

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