Neutral Noel

square christmas card in neutral with 3D snowflake in centre
welcome to my new followers! thank you for taking an interest in my creative outlet.

if you want to get an early start on your christmas cards, and be challenged, you might want to check out the jingle belles challenge blog; the current prompt is neutral noel – create a card inspired by these wonderful neutral-toned holiday pillows from Pottery Barn. thanks for popping by.


8 thoughts on “Neutral Noel

  1. This sounds like a great challenge, Linda. We have company from NY right now, so I’ll have to pass this one by. Thanks for always highlighting your challenges; it gives me a point of departure when I get that blog up and running. I would never have thought to make a neutral Christmas card! This is really lovely. Very soft and very unusual. I love the sweet softness it projects. Hugs Anne

  2. This is really lovely Linda. I love monochromatic cards and all the texture adds so much elegance and charm to your card. My Christmas card class is next week so I may just have to hop over the the jingle belles for some more inspiration. Thanks for the link:)

  3. I love your card, but I don’t think I’m quite ready to tackle Christmas cards yet. I’m trying to keep up with the birthday cards.

  4. Another beautifully elegant creation Linda.

    If only I could get organised to make my Crimbo cards this early, every year I promise myself I will but it never quite happens.

    B x

  5. oh ♥WOW♥!!! what a fabulously C&S take on our “neutral noel” inspiration! i love the fact that you’ve gone super soft with touches of distress inks… and LOTS of lovely texture… and of course this is a BRILLIANT master-class on combining several beautiful dies in one magnificent design! ♥

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