Algonquin park

Algonquin park
Sunrise Alqonquin Park

Monday, October 28, 2013

Holiday Wishes

Hi.  First of all, thanks for all the comments on Bill's pictures of our trips, greatly appreciated.   He was 'wowed' by your comments.

 I thought it was time that I start working on my Christmas cards for this year.  I have some orders to fill, plus my sale basket out in Dresden and Paper Pickle.

Today's card showcases a Memory Box die called Classic Ornament.  You can purchase this die at
The Paper Pickle.  I've seen several cards made using this die. 


I started by cutting out 3 ornaments from glitter paper - silver, gold, and chocolate brown.  Love this paper it is so shimmery. I then placed the ornaments where I wanted them to hang, then drew  fine black lines for the thread.  I popped the ornaments up using pop dots.  It was kind of plain so I cut some pine needles using Memory Box Pine Needle border.  Sentiment is from Papertrey Ink.

I also made another version but this time I used glitter paper in the colours of black, silver and charcoal.



I love both of these, how about you, do you have a favourite?  Overall, this card is pretty quick to make.  I think I will be making more of these with other colours.

Thanks for stopping in today.  See you in a few days with another Christmas card.

Pauline







6 comments:

  1. Oh! My! Word! These are stunning both winners for me.
    Your photographs are swonderful, I loved looking though them.
    Have a great day

    Patricia

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  2. Oh this is sooo gorgeous.
    luv
    Debby

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  3. I can see how these would be quick and easy, cut from the glitter paper. Great design for a card that WOWs without a lot of trouble. Your hand drawn strings look like real string. I do love the pine bough border along the top. Really finishes it off nicely. A favorite? I don't know... #1 maybe? Sounds like you've got lots of cards to make, and I can't wait to see more! Thanks for sharing these!

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  4. Great cards Pauline. I saw the first one at Paper Pickle today and it is even better in real life. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Love the color palette! So Beautiful!

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