Green Christmas

christmas card in green and white in embossed swirl and holly pattern
five christmas cards in green and white with embossed holly and swirls
i don’t usually like making duplicates, but sandra’s rudolph day challenge to make six in june has inspired me to create more than one card at a time; it’s a great way to build my stash and it goes faster with CAS designs. this one took a bit longer than i thought it would because i cut the sentiment separately and added it on top; i also sanded the surface to reveal the white. the jingle belles challenge was to use red or green, but not both and it was very difficult to resist adding red to the berries, but i like the look. thanks for popping by.

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11 thoughts on “Green Christmas

  1. Oh my goodness me . . . I just LOVE this Christmas card. Not surprised you made duplicates as it’s sure to be appreciated by anyone who receives one.

    Love love love it . . . can you tell?

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

  2. ohhhhhhhhhhh ♥WOWWWW♥! you have made some utterly LOVELY cards this year, but this set might be my very very favorite! i love that soft sage green with the embossed and sanded holly… and then the way the sentiment panel looks INSET into the design. truly one of the best C&S cards i have EVER seen… you are really making me want to try to just CASE this EXACTLY as you’ve done it!!!

    (ps: i was going to say, “g’head & retro-fit some red berries now that you’ve photo-ed and posted the cards for the prompt”… but you know… i think maybe they are PERFECT as is!!!!) ♥♥♥

  3. Fabulous card and I do like to try to make more than one from an idea just incase I do like the finished product.

    Kath x

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