Monday 28 December 2015

Quickie Christmas cards

Thought I would share with you some Christmas cards I made this year...

I loved this clean look...
I used my snowflakes embossing folder and a digi stamp i had.. 
no idea where I got this one from- sorry!

I edged some in gold... using Martha Stewart punched snowflakes and
daubing a bit of gold stickles in the middle....

and I edged some in silver, using (cuttlebug) diecut snowflakes,
with a daub of diamond stickles on them.

I would like to enter these cards into the following challenges...
Crafty calendar - let it snow - 28 Dec
Crafty friends - atg - 1 Jan
Crafty hazelnuts christmas - atg christmas - 2 Jan
Di's digi designs - atg christmas - 1 Jan
Brown sugar - christmas - 1 Jan
QKRStampede - snowmen or snowflakes - 1 Jan
Crafty girl creations - atg - 4 Jan
Creative moments - atg / traditional christmas - 4 Jan
Whimsy stamps - atg winter / snowflakes - 10 Jan
Crafting muskateers - use a sentiment - 5 Jan


Unknown said...

Stunning cards. I love the effect of white on white with the contrasting black and textures. Really effective cards. Well thought out. Thank you for sharing with us at Crafting Musketeers Challenge ☺ xx

NanaConnie said...

Beautifully done, Vic! So happy to see you playing along at QKR Stampede. :-D

Beverley said...

Gorgeous cards. I love the embossing and the black and white. Thanks for joining in our "Let it Snow" challenge at Crafty Calendar this month.
Bev x

Repolainen said...

White on white - fabulous! Thank you very much for playing with us at QKR Stampede this week, Happy New Year! :) Pirjo DT

Desire Fourie said...

Vic this is such an elegant Christmas design. Love the embossing.
Happy New Year!! May 2016 be all that you want it to be and more.
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Wendy said...

Beautiful cards...... Thanks for playing along with us at Di's Digi Designs Challenge.
Wendy xx

Blankina said...

Thank you so much for having joined Crafty Friends with this pretty white xmas card, good luck , hugs Blankina

Helen J said...

These are gorgeous Vicky, I bet they were even more beautiful in real life - it's just a pity the Royal Mail never got round to delivering mine!