Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Feeling Flowery

Fancy that, we've not run out of Christmas cards yet. For these two I used this old lady wallpaper looking designer paper I had. I think they came out great. I managed to use a few of my random Christmas embellishments as well.  My stash of those isn't quite as extensive as the Halloween ones, but I still have some fun stuff to play with.

The Fine Print: designer paper by Basic Gray, joy embellishment by K&Co., greeting by Simon Says Stamp, poinsettia by Making Memories, ribbon from my stash but starting next month A Muse Studio will have this in both red and bubblegum (that's pink in case you found that confusing). 


butterfly said...

Well, it doesn't look old lady any more - you've given it a very sharp twist with the elegant olive green in that first card, and the second one's very sweet. What luck that it's in such festive colours.
Alison xx
(I sent an e-card, but the website's playing up so I can't tell whether it's got through or not... just to let you know - maybe worth checking the Spam!)

Mrs A. said...

Old lady paper it most certainly isn't . These are both gorgeous designs and if I wasn't so stingy and refuse to buy paper packs I'd go and get some forwith. Hugs Mrs A.

Sandy said...

Wow, I never would have thought to use either of those for Christmas cards, but you rocked them. Love the little bird embellie.

Craftychris said...

Stunning paper and your cards are fabulous! Not 'old lady' at all! xxx

Angie said...

Both cards are beautiful!!!! I love the papers! That little bird is so sweet on the first card and the Poinsettia embelli is so pretty on the second! Merry Christmas to you!!!!

Irish Cherokee said...

Well done Judy. I remember when....We won't go there, chuckle. The old stuff is some of the best stuff.

Hugs and The merriest of Christmases to you and yours.


Greta said...

Beautiful vintage looking cards, Judy! Wishing you a wonderful holiday!

Bad Kitty said...

Very nice
Merry Christmas!
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