Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Christmas Card Wrap-Up


Morning.
Meet today's cards.
Today, I am doing something a little bit different.  I want to post the rest of my Christmas cards then hopefully it will get me out of  'Christmas card making mode'!!
 I have so enjoyed cardmaking this Christmas season and now it's time to move on to hopefully, making some cards for the New Year.
The above card was done by stenciling using Distress inks and adding a die cut snowflake.

I hope you have enjoyed a wonderful Christmas. 
Thanks so very much for taking time out of your schedule and coming by to take a look.




So, here is the final line-up of some of my Christmas card this year.















For details about any cards or questions, please email me and I will be most happy to answer.


15 comments:

  1. What a wonderful array of beautiful Christmas cards. All are so well done and just gorgeous!

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  2. Oh, Karen, your cards are always so beautiful! What a delightful variety of cards with wonderful colors, techniques, and even flowers!! Wishing you a blessed and happy new year, sweet friend! And looking forward to 2016 as you continue to delight us all! Hugs and love!

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  3. These are ALL so fabulous, Karen!!! Most years I'm ready to move on from Christmas cards but I've so enjoyed my crafting season this year, and looking at the work of others, that I don't want to let it go yet. Hopefully seeing more Winter and Valentine cards (which I also love making), will help me move on ;)

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  4. Hi Karen! These are all wonderful and I especially love the bright stenciling you've accomplished. Where did you get the circle stencil - the very first card with the snowflake on it? My email is jeannie.thomas@yahoo.com

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

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  5. Gorgeous cards, Karen! Happy New Year to you!

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  6. Your 3D floral Seasons Greetings card is stunning! TFS

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  7. WOW! A stunning collection of cards. Well done, Karen! Wishing you an amazing 2016.
    x Asha

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  8. My gosh, what a great variety of cards you made. How fun!

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  9. Can you explain the best way to do the technique of the two with the layered evergreen branch. I have always loved that look. Thanks.

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  10. Gorgeous collection of cards Karen. You are so talented! xx

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  11. I always love all your cards, Karen. I got a lot of new Christmas stamps just before Christmas so I hate to stop making cards but there are several Christmas challenges throughout the year so we can get a head start.

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  12. Stunning cards Karen. Thanks for your inspiration.

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  13. Great line-up of fabulous cards, Karen! Happy New Year!

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  14. Great collection of cards. I am sure whoever gets one will love it.

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