Friday, December 9, 2016

Finally, I am starting my Christmas cards. I'm so glad I got everything done as we did get some snow last night. Not much compared to the rest of the country but it is on the ground. It is the cold that is really the issue. And the wind, oh my. This card is made with Impression Obsession Patchwork Tree die and KaiserCraft paper. I used a Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder as a background for the tree. The sentiment is embossed with Queens Gold embossing powder and I took the stamp set out of the packaging so I don't know what company it is. I am going to enter this at the http://mitrafriant.typepad.com/impression_obsession_news/2016/12/new-challenge-quick-christmas-cards.html that is Quick Christmas cards.    Be kind to one another.




7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, Brenda, love the added gold with white...really stunning! Was happy to read below your shopping experience and how well it went for you! It is all a learning curve, right friend? Cold is a nice reason to stay indoors and play! Have a great weekend!!

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  2. Love the look of this card, Brenda--elegant & beautiful! Hopefully the sentiment is IO since their challenge doesn't allow other company's stamps. We got a dusting of snow, but all gone now. So glad I'm not worried about driving to work in the winter weather, but even so, I'm way behind in mailing my Christmas cards!

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  3. Sunshine today, but cold, in the 20's. Like your card, always like cards with trees and gold on white is elegant.

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  4. This is so elegant and beautiful, Brenda!! I love the snowflake embossing and the gorgeous tree!! It's so fabulous!! We've had snow flurries on and off but thankfully nothing more that a light dusting. I know it's coming but I'm not ready for snow :( Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. It's a lovely dimensional tree. Very classy. hugs Mrs A.

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  6. Oh Brenda that is such an elegant card! I love it.

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  7. This is such a beautiful white and gold Christmas card, Brenda! That embossed background is perfect for your golden-balled Christmas tree and classy gold sediment! Thank you for the IO link! Be careful now with the cold and inevitable snow and ice. I want you to have a white Christmas, but nothing dangerous or too much of a pain for little Molly!! Love and hugs, Darnell

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