Friday, December 5, 2014

Magic & Joy of Christmas

When I was away for my crafty weekend a couple of weekends ago, there were a few Christmas cards that I made ten each of to finish off my Christmas cards. This was one of them.  It features a Reverse Confetti sentiment and a retired The Craft's Meow tree set with a touch of patterned paper.  A very easy card to mass produce.  Love the patterns on the Christmas trees.  How about you?  Do you make all the same cards or lots of different ones? I used to make one card for everyone but much prefer having a variety of cards.  If I make more than 10 of one card, I am very bored and become an unhappy crafter :)!

20 comments:

  1. Love that little bit of pattern paper on the bottom. It really sets off the pattern on the trees. Such a pretty card!

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  2. Sweet!! Love the use of patterned paper, great design :)

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  3. OH I do love the patterned paper and your darling trees. I'm bored after making two of a kind, Lynn - but this little darling could be changed with just a switch up of paper and ink - brilliant!
    =] Michele

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  4. Lynn, this is wonderful...love the addition of the strip on the bottom...looks great.

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  5. Oh this is so cute Lynn! I love that tree stamp. Wish it wasn't retired. I never make more than one of a kind cards. I've tried to make more, but it's just not fun to me :)

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  6. Your row of trees is so pretty, Lynn! Love the softer green for Christmas! ♥

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  7. Gorgeous card Lynn, clean simple and so fantastic. Those trees rock and RC sentiments are some of the best. My mass producing will hopefully happen this weekend--it has too. xoxo

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  8. The combination of those trees with the dp is genius!

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  9. I'm a bad crafter, Lynn. I make just a few Christmas cards because after #12 grandchild was born, I pretty much stopped sending them out. We were up to about 150, and it got to be too much. This card, however, is gorgeous. LOVE the trees and the bit of dp below them. The polka dots in all their bright colors really make your trees stand out. Great card. Bev

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  10. I don't like to mass produced and this year I have done about 5 or a few easy design. Have to say mine were a lot easier to make than this looks! The pattern on the trees is really funky and mixed with this paper makes for a really fun card xx

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  11. Love your sweet card Lynn - I have pinned it so I can CASE :)) I do not like to mass produce - any more than 5 and i'm bored stiff ha ha.

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  12. This is a great looking card, Lynn. I used to do all one card but with the different challenges, I end up doing a variety, then pick one or two easy to duplicate and fill in with them.

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  13. Hey, I recognise those trees! ;)
    A stunning card and I love how the strip of patterned paper ground the trees. Are you getting through your stash of it yet?
    I fear mass produced cards might be the only way this year...either that or buy some *shudder* LOL!
    x

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  14. Crisp and CAS and gorgeous, Lynn ... the trees are fabulous over the DP! My mass producing is limited ... like you, I get bored if there are too many the same! Anita :)

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  15. Love the sentiment, the trees, the colors... well actually everything about this!

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  16. Love the combination of patterns from the trees and strip of paper! I rarely make more than two of a card as I get bored easily and don't often come up with a design that I like enough to make lots of!

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  17. Love the patterned trees! A beautiful card! I like my cards all te be different, but sometimes I make a serie of four, max five cards.. Hugs, Gerrina

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  18. What a FUN play with the Christmas tress and pattern paper! Love this!

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  19. Totally gonna copy this idea - love it!

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