Monday, August 28, 2017

Christmas Blessings


Happy Monday my friends. Popping in to share a card that I made over the weekend...well actually I made about 10 of these as I need to get a move on with my Christmas cards.  I recognize the photo is a little blurry so my apologies!  I do love when a card idea you have in your head translates to the card.  And even better to combine stamps/dies from multiple companies. This one has Verve (sentiment), Paper Smooches (dies) and Winnie & Walter (woodgrain stamp).  How about you?  Christmas cards coming along? Do you like to combine supplies from multiple companies?  Would love to hear what all you are up to!

And of course, thanks to the fabulous ladies at CAS(E) this Sketch for inspiring my card yet again!

11 comments:

  1. I am terrible at making my own cards! This is lovely...love that subtle background.

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  2. Super that light background; it lets the flower pop so beautiful! Hugs, Gerrina

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  3. Oh I love this, like how the background stamp just swirls into the dies. I made a Xmas card at the weekend and I could have easily made 10 but I am so lazy. I have a number of one layer Xmas cards done and think I will be repeating the images on 1st Dec to get them done-still at least I have the designs ready!! And yes I do combine company products a lot x

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  4. I think it's wonderful that stamps are so mixable and I do it often, Lynn. I love your sentiment stamps. May have to look it up. The small section of woodgrain looks lovely behind your poinsettia. Good for you for getting a head start on Christmas. I don't send nearly as many cards as you do and I do have a few made.

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  5. I think what I'm going to be up to is pretty much stealing this sweet CCc design idea from you for batch making the 200+ cards I still need to make! I love it, Lynn, and thank you SO much for the brilliant inspiration!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. This is beautiful Lynn! Love the soft woodgrain in the background!!

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  7. LOVE the wood grain background! Fabulous card, Lynn!

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  8. The swirly woodgrain is so subtle and lovely, Lynn ... fabulous how it draws the eye down to those sweet Christmas blooms! Hugs, Anita :)

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  9. Love this! The touch of wood grain bg is gorgeous!

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  10. Lynn this is such a perfect example of using multiple products from different companies. I am very behind on Christmas cards this year--hoping to be inspired by working alongside you next month at retreat! xo

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