Up first is a card for my friend that loves to cook and bake. Her birthday is Christmas Eve and her eyes sparkle with mirth. Her name is Anne/ Epicure-e-Anne. How nice to have a friend that bakes and shares her cookies. Here's the inside:
Vintage loveliness fussy cut and layered, then popped up with dimensional squares. No stamps, no die cuts just plain old fashioned scissors. This was made with someone special in mind.
I added the wreath over over a printed one for a little extra depth and dimension. Beautiful papers and cut out elements make for quick and easy cards. Here's the same paper oriented horizontally. A rub on sentiment on a die cut and embossed oval. Look the squirrel is offering the fawn a nut. The inside proves this one is made for by brother and his family.
Chocolate, raspberries and peppermint suckers provide a whimsical background for Santa. The red band is a velvet texture and a chocolate brown label. The holly leaves and poinsettia finish off the front of this youthful card.
Warm Wishes with fuzzy mittens hanging from a snowflake.
I finished this card by adding the jingle bell and ornament with a silver bow. I'm planning a play date with my 7 year old granddaughter tomorrow. When I asked her what she wanted to do she said she has to get ready for Christmas and we need to craft some gifts. Angels, trees or snow men. How about we scan her picture and make an ornament using it. I'm sure we'll have fun frolicking in glitter and glue. Making Memories.
Thank you for your attention and interest. Comments are gifts...happy words
Be well ~ Carole