I am still making Christmas cards - need just one more for May,
to keep up this paste : making three every month prior December.
Somewhat I have a feeling I will be very happy when Christmas season
approaches, and I do not need to stress the Christmas cards making, however
I have a gut feeling that I am NOT repeating this next year - making three Christmas
cards every month... But - acc to my youngest daughter's biggest hero these
days : Never say never !!
Abc christmas - no 5 - are asking for a joy fold card:
I really enjoy using this folding technique, and with a fun DP, there is no need to
add too much embellishment. As you can see, I have added a couple of silver trees,
a tiny white satin bow and a 'god jul' sign (='Merry Christmas').
Here I am opening the top card; with place for a picture of our sweet girls
(/young ladies !) and on the fold, I have used a stamp wishing the
receipient a Merry Christmas
Here is a closeup of the image, which I have coloured with my ProMarkers -
I used too dark brown on her left glove, and was advised to use the blender,
but somehow the PM blender and me seem to be a poor match, unfo...
The sweet girl is made by Evy, for Minnehjørnet, and I think she goes very well
with the DP.
Here - my card is fully opened, and as you can see, I have made space
for a piccie (at the top), and my personal note. On the inside, I have
a tag - giving lots of Christmas hugs :-)
A simple backside, with room for my personal stamp.
I wish to participate with my card also at:
A spoon full of sugar - no 152 - says ' anything goes'
.. if you haven't dropped out yet, let me reward you by showing
our little princess:-)
She obviously had a very important mail to write !!
Thanks for stopping by, and have a nice weekend, all !!