Sunday, December 1, 2019

Happy December

Where, oh where did the last eleven months go? I've always heard time goes so fast when you get old and, boy, is that true. Along with many other true statements made for older people! Everything was closed so I won't know the outcome of the siding until tomorrow.  I did not go out on Friday or Saturday to shop, just can't bring myself to do that anymore.

Here is a very easy Christmas card using pattern paper and a white frame. It is a Stampin' Up sentiment. I just had to use that paper when I saw it with all those different snowflakes.  I wish they were all that easy and I guess I could use all my pattern paper and make them all the same way but that wouldn't be that much fun. Since it's already December I'd better not make them to hard though.



Be kind to one another.




15 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Brenda, looks really elegant..love the paper.
    Pam x

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  2. Brilliant sentiment to go with the paper. Love your extremly elegant looking paper. Well I looked behind the cooker, under the bed, in the closet, shed and even the boot of the car but I can't find them! Perhaps we really do have fairies at the bottom of the garden. I sure have an Elf in the house!! hugs Mrs A.

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  3. Great way to use up the DP Brenda, simplicity rules :)

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  4. What a lovely idea for a simple but elegant card. I'm sorry to hear things are really tough for you, keep warm, keep safe xxx

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  5. Amazing idea to make simple and elegant card in no time. Ideal for last minute work. I like this pattern of snowflakes.
    Have a nice day.
    Hugs, Sonja

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  6. A fabulous card Brenda, pretty snowflake papers - a great idea.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  7. Beautiful patterned paper and a beautiful card! Great inspiration!!!
    Lynn

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  8. It is a gorgeous card and I love the sentiment. It is perfect with the snowflake design.

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  9. I love this CAS design and what a great way to use a fabulous piece of dsp! Don't you wish all cards were this easy to make? NJ!

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  10. This is really classy and would work well for mass producing, Brenda! It's time to get those Christmas cards going out! Yikes!!!

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  11. Good idea...I might steal your idea for some Hospice cards I have to make by Friday. I need fast and easy. Is that an actual frame die or did you use two rectangle dies, making them into a frame. (that is probably what I will have to do.)

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  12. A wonderful lovely CAS card, Brenda! Love all the pretty snowflakes and the frame and sentiment is just perfect!

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  13. That is beautiful paper and it’s perfectly highlighted in that frame.

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  14. I love this & maybe I'll case it for a few more quick cards I need!

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  15. This is so beautiful, too, Brenda! The paper really stands on its own!

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