Week of October 28th, 2012

We are giving away a Space Party cartridge.

Drawing will be held on Sunday, November 4th, 2012 and announced here.

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Cricut Sweater Weather Simple Christmas Card

Today's quick and easy Christmas card was made using the new Cricut Lite Sweater Weather cartridge. This card is very rustic, simple and easy to make.  The image of the trees and heart only had three layers.  Take a look at the Cricut Sweater Weather cartridge images below:


 I used the My Creative Time Mixed Holiday Sentiments Stamp set - Love this stamp set!  Check it out below:
You can order the stamp set HERE at My Creative Time!
 Here's a close up of the embossing done using the Cuttlebug and the Stampin Up! Square Latticed Texture folder.  I love this folder as it does a great job creating a knitted look. I glued the tree and heart image together and then ran it through the Cuttlebug, essentially making the pieces meshed together to give it a "knit sweater" look.  I embossed the background separately.

Here are the instructions:

1) Fold 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" sheet of kraft cardstock in half to create card base.
2) Emboss piece of 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" cream cardstock using the Cuttlebug and the Stampin Up! Square Lattice folder.  Adhere to front of card base. Emboss piece of 3-1/4" x 5-1/4" red cardstock using the Cuttlebug and the Stampin Up! Square Lattice folder.  Adhere to card front as shown.
3) Using the Cricut Sweater Weather cartridge, cut out the Tree Border at 2-3/4", all layers as shown.  Glue together.  Run assembled image through Cuttlebug using the Square Lattice folder. Using pop dots, adhere image to the front of card, as shown.
4) Stamp "All hearts go home for Christmas" sentiment from My Creative Time on cream cardstock.  Trim to fit sentiment.  Using red marker, draw heart on, as shown. Adhere to scrap red cardstock and trim create border.  Adhere to front of card.

Don't forget we are giving away a Cricut Handyman Lite Cartridge!
How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below letting us know if you've finished your holiday card making yet.
2) Subscribe or follow the blog!

That's it!  Winner will be announced on Sunday, December 4, 2011.

Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs!

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judi683 said...

I really like the look of this cartridge. Sweet card!

Jan Foselli said...

Wow - what a cool looking card. Definitely looks like something Mom knitted!!!! Great job & thanks for showing the cart!

TyTynNiyasmom said...

Beautiful. I love the knitted look the embossing folder gives.

the life and times said...

I love the card. I have not started my holiday cards yet. The project starts tomorrow. This is a yearly product with my granddaughters. This is our first year with the cricut. We are all pretty excited

Anonymous said...

As always, your card is simple and elegant. Altho I don't have this cart, it would be easy to substitute other images to create a lovely card. Thanks for the inspiration.

Tammie said...

You do great work. I have just received my first cricut mini machine, so everything you do is way above my level. I hope to learn some great stuff from your blog. Thanks.

Ann said...

I haven't even started as I have been working on a scrapbook as a birthday gift which I will have done by next week and then I will start. Have to look through Christmas bin as I know I had a lot left from last year so may use them. LOL
Mstgane
Ann

Donna said...

I love this card! I have finished all of mine, but I may try to make one similar to yours anyway. comopark@roadrunner.com

RAP said...

I really like this card. I can't say I was too excited about this cartridge but with the textured background it looks really neat.

Brendi said...

Cricut never ceases to amaze me with their new cartridges.

Dakota Bear said...

Like the knitted look of this card.

No, I have not started making Christmas cards yet.

littlen said...

cute card. i like the cross stitch look. tfs.

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Sharon from FL said...

This card is very vintage looking.

WITTYWIFE said...

I have this embossing folder and love, love, love it.

I have been looking at the handyman cart as my hubby has a two car garage filled with woodworking tools. Thanks for the chance to win it!

I am still in the process of making my cards. But I have quite a few made and will probably continue after Christmas for next year

Debbie said...

Cute card. Love this cartridge! Thanks.

Marilyn said...

It's funny how I see a cart that does not appeal to me and then you design something from it and then I change my opinion. Great card! Thank you for sharing!

Larmabee said...

I love how the cuttlebug made it look like it has been cross stitched - very cool!

Crafting Katie said...

Gorgeous card, Joy! That texture is just perfect with Sweater Weather!

bskt4holly said...

First time I have seen this cartridge. Adorable!

JenE said...

Such a sweet card! Love the rustic, homey feel to it...just perfect for this cold morning in NJ!

Sunshine said...

Such a cute and simple card!
Renee
Gohogwild.renee@gmail.com

Kate said...

Great card! Your choice of embossing folder is just perfect for the knitted look!
I'm almost finished my Christmas card creations. I've made lots already (as I love to send Christmas cards)! I just have the cards for teachers, helpers, etc. to make.

Judi said...

Finished my holiday cardmaking??? Are you kidding?? I have barely gotten started! AAAAAAHH....it's December already!!!!!!!!!!! I guess I better get to work. :D Thanks for sharing the card. I think I really like this cartridge and I LOVE the embossing you did on it. So pretty! :D

Carla Frohne said...

Love this card! Every year I promise myself that I will get cards done early and out in the mail. Sadly, I have yet to find the time to get them done, or even pick out which cartridge to use on them! I still have 23 days to get them out :)

Beatrice Lawson said...

So sweet and simple! I love getting my daily dose of inspiration from you ladies - i look forward to your email every day.

Robyn said...

Love getting your e-mails every day! I like this card, but so many of the cartridges I can't seem to find in Canada.

Ohioans said...

Love the fabric look. My cards are started--just in pieces in an assembly line.

Bonita said...

Great card. And there are some neat images on this cart. Thanks

Rachel said...

Love the sweater-y embossing on this card - so cool! :)

Linda said...

I love this card! I have this cartridge and love it. I think I will need to get that embossing folder as it really makes the card looked knitted.

Barb A. said...

Nice card! Thanks for sharing your ideas and talents with us.

scrapbooknut67114 at gmail dot com

Lynn C. said...

Great card. I am busy in my card workshop building cards for Christmas. I have lots of ideas but am still looking! Also...thanks for the opportunity to win the "Handyman" cartridge. My husband is just that and it would be great for my cards to him.

motherloves3 said...

This cartridge looks like a good one to have for Christmas. TFS

Deanna said...

This is a really cute card. Love the knitted look.

Jeannene said...

Nice looking card. Very different!

d said...

I am not done with my cards. I had a xmas in June with friends to get holiday things done and I ended up helping all of them and got nothing done myself. Then I picked out a card and didn't like it made up and now I am up every night glueing new ones together. It is fun but next year I will be ready....

Scrapbook Sensations said...

Love the cartridge. All my christmas cards are still sending on my desk to be done. Hoping this weekend to get them out.

suzyQ2 said...

I love the look of knit or cloth fabric on the card! The cartridge used is very tempting.

DonnaSue said...

Sweater weather is coming soon and your card is so appropriate! So cool!

Casey said...

I love that you used the embossing folder to really make the paper fit the design of the die cut! Perfect card for this time of year! Thank you for sharing with us!!

Carrie K said...

so cute. I love the embossing!

Debbie (from Sugar Land) said...

I like the embossing folder you used - just perfect for that cartridge! I have started my cards - 50 the same - but they are labor intensive... I am doing them assembly line style, so none are actually finished but many of the steps are done. I need to hurry!

LC said...

I love this card. Thanks for the chance to win. I have made about 30 cards and I want to make about 20 more, but if I don't, all my family will still get their cards.

Beebeebabs said...

Cute!!!

Lara said...

I love your style, but i just don't like the art on this cartridge. Thanks for the awesome chance to win though!
lclass003 atgmail dotcom

Dawn, RI said...

Your cute card made me do a double take on looking at this cart. I would definely need that embossing folder with this cart. Its what really makes the card.
Dawn RI

jbcoleman said...

Love the embossing with this card!

tani said...

This card is adorable! Having a family of mostly guys I appreciate the chance to win the handyman cartridge. Thanks.

lospring said...

I like today's card. Lite Sweater Weather cartridge - trying to figure that one out? Great card!

Tammy B. said...

Very cute "sweater" effect! Perfect for a chilly day in Florida today! And I must have those stamps! Thanks for all the great ideas!
Tammy B.

Mindy said...

That is the neatest card I have ever seen, it looks just like a sweater.

Amy said...

Cute card. Still working on my cards.....one at a time.......

Leslie G. said...

One word: H O M E S P U N !!! Great card, makes me feel all warm n'toasty!!

Debbie J said...

I really love the look of this cartridge-wonder if it is too late to add to my want list!!!

Julie said...

I haven't even started my holiday cards yet. I am so far behind and it is only Dec. 1st!

Paper Memories4u said...

The embossing makes this card just about perfect. Thanks for sharing. papermemories4u@ yahoo.com

Kelly said...

oohh....i love his cards...it is very interesting...look like needle points....totally love it....btw, i love this giveway....been wanting to get the handyman cartridge for a long time...thanks for the chance....happy holiday...

Beverly Baxley said...

I have been making backgrounds with alcohol ink and acrylic paint. I had seen a technique using the paint and dripping etoh ink as it resists. Had fun and made some very colorful fingers and papers. I like messy techniques.
Thanks for asking.
Hugs,
Beverly

Kristi said...

I have only started by force! Lol, friends have pushed me to make or design a card for a group. I love my friends!
Yes, I am already subscribed through email.

Jamie said...

too cute!!!!

snappy scrappy said...

Love it...I'm still trying to get my hands on this cart! Lee-Ann :)

Lisa said...

Please stop posting such cute cards!! I'm going broke!! ha ha.
Lisa

SweetMunequita said...

OH! I love this cartridge!! So cute. Looks like I'll be adding another cartridge to my wishlist... lol

Houses Built of Cards said...

How cool! That cartridge definately has a distinctive look!

housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

Sumi said...

Never thought of using the lattice folder to create a knitted look. Thanks for the tip!

Cricut Crazy said...

Can't wait to use this cart with pic's of my "un-handymen"!! hehe

Thanks for the opportunity to win!
And thanks for all the great holiday craft ideas!!

meredemaison said...

You are amazing! That lattice texture is so perfect as is the sentiment with your image!!!! Thanks so much for showing how to really make this cartridge sing!

Melanie said...

LOVE how you used the SU lattice folder for this project! Great idea! For contest entry: hope to finish my 300 Christmas cards today!

Dee said...

Thanks for the blog candy. I would really like to win this cartridge as my boyfriend works in construction and does a lot of handy things around the house. It would get a lot of use.

Robin said...

Love the trees with the heart in the middle. So very cute. Can't wait to try it myself. TFS

IMAPHI said...

What a great card!

Loster said...

This card has a very different look to it - I'm intrigued. You've got my attention! (btw - thank you for allowing spell-check in these comment windows - I seem to be using it a lot these days)

Valorie said...

I have not started my Christmas cards as I send out a Valentine's letter last year & I decided that I am going to do that from now on to avoid the hectic time around Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Cute card.
marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com
follower

Linda said...

Warm and sweet card. I like the knitted texture. I must take a look at those embossing folders.

Thank you
Linda in Stanwood

SapphireGyrl said...

I haven't even started.

Just A Pac Rat said...

Love the texture look on this card. It really does look like a sweater. Thanks for sharing it with us.

circlebenterprises.com

tndj said...

Cute card and love the look that the embossing gave - it actually looks like a knit sweater. The stamps are great also. Would like them - never so those before.

Rhonda Miller said...

What a great card. I love the cut image and the sentiment. TFS.

Wendy said...

Great card, Joy! And embossing the whole thing really did make it look knitted!

Wendy T.

Lagene said...

Lovely card! Makes me think Omish :-)

Joann Hill said...

I love the card, cartridge and stamp set. Going to buy both!!!
joann

Melissa Cano said...

Cute card!! It has a warm and loving feel to it :)

Ana said...

I haven't started my card making yet! I will be this weekend! I really like the Handyman cartridge!

Scrapper69 said...

I'm not that excited about this cartridge Joy.... But you made a beautiful card using it and it may change my mind! Thanks! :o)

CREATIVE M said...

What a pretty card.I like this cart.

Mrodriguez860@hotmail.com

Nic-e said...

This is such an adorable card! I knit and crochet so I am loving the theme. And to answer your question no I need to get a move on making my holiday cards. Thanks always for the great inspiration!

Terri Flint said...

Yes I have finished my Christmas cards, I used a variety of designs, this year I can't wait to get them in the mail for all my peeps to enjoy as much as I did making them. Thanks for sharing that awesome project!!! xoxos

Naomi said...

Holiday cards were done last year! 12 months early! Love your blog!

Terrie said...

The knitted look is very different. Will have to look for that one for my cuttlebug.

JANLYNN said...

The embossing folder is sooo perfect for the cuts on this cartridge. Really looks like a sweater.

Bunnyfreak said...

The embossing folder is perfect for this cart. I still need to finish my cards.

SaraBug said...

Cute card. It's like the embossing folder was made to go with the sweater Cartridge. Love the look.

Jingle said...

This is very cute!

Monica said...

Such a pretty card. Has that homespun feel.

Tina Campbell said...

I got my card done now working on my Christmas tags. Thanks for a chance on the cart it will be good one for the layouts of the flood cleanup and fixup we had in 2004.

Cathy said...

Hi there
No I am not finished :( mwish I were -but I am lots closer thanks to your ideas
Love the handyman
Cheers
Catie

Cathy said...

I am a follower :)
Cheers
Catie

mjblahnik56 said...

I really love this card

BeanBugCrafts said...

I would love to win the cartridge I'm in dire need of some new ones!! :-) I am following through email and GFC. Glad to have found your blog!

Joyce's Corner said...

Cute card! I wish I had my cards finished...no, I don't. Started, but need 70 more made. Next year, I'll really start in July!

Anonymous said...

This is really a great card. This cartridge would be GREAT to have !
Anna
ann2236@juno.com

Amy said...

What a darling card! Love the embossing--it adds great sweater texture!

Amy said...

Ooh, I love that "knitted sweater" card you made - so creative and clever! I haven't made ours yet, so I really appreciate all of your ideas and inspiration! --Amy

Java Jen's Creations said...

Love this card and thanks for the link to the embossing folder! That one is perfect for this cartridge's cuts!! Love it! I am NOT done with my cards yet but I hope to be by mid-next week!!

javajen1 at hotmail dot com

divinecrone said...

LOVE this!! On a side note... what is that stand that you use for card photos made of, or do you know where I could find one for purchase? Thanks!! (I know you've said it before, but I couldn't find the post)

Heather said...

Super cute!
ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

Miranda said...

Sweet! I love Emma's stamps!

Kristie Maynard said...

love it!

xxsquigglesxx said...

Great card! I love that embossing!

Beth said...

Cute card...I've only just begun the wonderful journey of creating my Christmas cards...ugh! lol

Betsy said...

I made 50 of the same card for general giving, and I'm in the process of completing about 10 special cards for special people. I'm hoping to be done by the end of next week so I can get all my cards in the mail.
Thanks for the chance to win "Handy Man"!!

Erin said...

I really like this card and cartridge!

Poots said...

Very cute card!! I have only made ONE Christmas card so far...I'm thinking only a few will get my handmade cards this year!!

peifert88@gmail.com

Cheryl Winget said...

That card looks...er...cozy! So cute! I finished my Christmas cards last night - Nov. 30. Eighty-four cards done and dusted by December 1!!!!

stpatschappy said...

cute card but this cart. really isn't my style. There's something for everyone.

Snowmanlover said...

Cute cute, I got a Stampin' Up! order from for the embossing folder today! So thank YOU

SherriC. said...

this card is soooo cute!!!!!!

Debbie said...

nice looking card thanks for all that you do
upnurse at aol dot com

Joan Smith said...

My 2nd comment....I loved this card and the stamps you used so just now I'm here from ordering the stamps...thanks for this too!

Julie Warner said...

Beautiful country feel to these. Your car came out great. It's on my wish list.

Got2BCrafting said...

Love the embossing.. it looks perfect with this card. :) I am regretting not getting this cartridge when I had the chance.
Lori

Anonymous said...

Finished with my holiday cards. Ha ha ha ha ha! Oh man I haven't even started them yet. Wish me luck. lol
Oh how I would love to win this Handyman cart. My fingers and toes are crossed and I'll even cross my eyes if that will help.
Have a terrific day!
DMcardmaker (email follower)

Frannie said...

Love that Stamp set!

The Zoo Keeper said...

I subscribe, stalk and follow all your blogs! LOL. I must have this cart! It's at the top of my wishlist! As for the cards... Well... *shuffling feet* I have SOME of them done!

Melissa said...

Your card is very nice, thanks for the chance to win!

mzcherub at gmail dot com

marg0006 said...

I am taking advantage of the challenges to make my Christmas cards and projects. Still their is so much more to do.
marg0006@verizon.net

Jean said...

Cool card!

NurseShelley said...

Have not finished but plan on it this weekend with my sis. Cute card looks like legos

ehbost said...

Nice Card!

Patrona said...

ahh! No I'm not done. but thats a cosy looking card if ever there was one! thanks for showing! ~*PD :)

Pat P said...

Sweater Weather is a really nice cartridge. I like what you did with the image. Thanks for the opportunity to win the Handyman Cart.
patpionke@hotmaildotcom

Laney's Legacy's said...

Such a cute card tfs

Later. Tater
Laney

TinyCrafter said...

Super cute card I love the look of the texture!

snoopygirl said...

love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PinkDaisy/CricutLover75 said...

Super ca-ute! The texture makes this look like it came off a sweater! I am still making my cards- hope to finish them and post them this week!

Crhiga said...

Great card!! Love the knitted texture!!

Carol

Joyce said...

Adorable card! Done the cards but so many other things I want to get done before Christmas!!! Thanks for sharing!
jdwlo

Anonymous said...

Love simple cards! Very nice!

pawprintspetsits at yahoo.com

Noaleen said...

Cute Card. I would love to own the cartridge, Thanks for the chance to win

Ashley @ Bride on a Budget said...

I haven't even started my holiday card making!

Karen said...

Great job making the card look like it was really knitted. I haven't even begun my holiday card making yet!

Brandy W said...

Thanks to this being my 1st Christmas season with my new crochet business, I haven't had the chance to even START THINKING about my own holiday cards yet! Guess that means business is good, right?! :-D

www.Etsy.com/shop/BrandyReneeCrochet

luvtocraft said...

I love the texture on the card... I didn't realize there were other folders you could use in the cuttlebug. Will be checking into that now! Very nice card...
Thanks so much!

Elaine S. said...

Sweater Weather certainly produces a different type of look!

I have not started making my holiday cards, yet. I'm glad to see I'm not alone!

Carol said...

Sweet and classy card!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Leanna said...

Cute card. And yes my cards are finished and were mailed on Nov 28.
Would love the cart for my grandson and his papa, they love their tools.

Sandy said...

Great Card, and for once I am done my cards. I think my family will be shocked to get their cards at Christmas.

Nanci said...

Love the card. I love that embossing folder. It is perfect for the this cartridge. I have not even started my Christmas cards yet. I need to get busy.

Brenda said...

cute card! I am not finished with my card making yet....haven't even started! too bad I don't have this cart maybe I could be halfway done! LOL

loving3boys1girl said...

Cute card! I need more folders for my cuttlebug! LOVE the one you used. Gotta go check it out!
~Tracy
blue.tacs at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Love the way it looks almost reminds me of Legos... I think I may have to order that stamp set it looks awesome!!
Happy Holidays!!
Karen dkolopez@msn.com

Deanne said...

boy that is really differant..what a cool look

scrapdiva said...

love the look of the cartridge is really cute. Love your card

Sheila H said...

Sweet card- very homey :). I am sooooo behind in making holiday cards...

carolyn's creations said...

This looks so much like yarn, it's amazing!! Love it!! I don't send out handmade Christmas cards to everyone, but I am making gifts with my Cricut this year, and those are not done yet, yikes, I need to stop shopping and start crafting!!!

Amanda said...

That card is serious fun!

DeAnn R said...

You got me with the word "Simple"! Love the textured look!

CLM-cindylu2u said...

Cute card, reminds me of the plastic canvas you used to sew on, thanks for all your fabulous ideas!

Leslie Z said...

Love Love Love the embossing!

chignon said...

Wow, that is a fantastic card! I am almost finished with my Christmas cards, just have to print (mini Christmas letter) and cut the second tags for the pockets. Whew, did lots of cuttlebuggin'!

Styme123 said...

I love the look of the embossing folder. Makes the look. I have been dying to get that Handyman cart too!

Anonymous said...

Love this cartridge! I never would have thought to emboss to get the sweater texture. So creative! :)

lindaplus3 said...

i really would love that cartridge :) lindaplusthree at yahoo dot com

Sue D said...

Great card---no I haven't started my cards yet but I did design it.

Gramma Sherri said...

Love this sweater card. The embossing makes it perfect! Haven't started making my cards yet but have it all laid out on my gypsy. Also been using Cricut Craftroom. Thanks for sharing!

debbie said...

Quick an easy! Love it!

Corina Daily said...

Very cute card!

KTbirdiegirl said...

Very pretty! I love how the embossing seems to give it a "knitted" texture. TFS.
Kathryn

With Love and Confection said...

Neat idea!

Holly Hudspeth said...

This is a very cute card. Sweater Weather has turned out to be my favoirte cart of the Season. The stamp is prescious.

Marissa said...

Very cute card! I love the embossing you did on it! Alas, I have not EVEN started my Christmas cards yet!!!

rissaflor atyahoo dotcom

Kris said...

Cute!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

Debby said...

Again you girls Rock! Love the cartridge and what you have created with it.
angel hugs
Debby

mary stuart said...

Darling card! I'm still in the creation stage! Better get moving!

Anonymous said...

The embossing goes so well with this cartridge.
Sharon (scrappyone)
sldotvaughnatcomcastdotnet

Anonymous said...

Really cute card!

Joy who loves cats

Tami B. said...

I'm not even a fourth of the way finished with my Christmas cards:(

Ginny K. said...

Hi, LOve the "knitted" look of the card, neat! I have barely begun to make my Christmas cards this year, just got behind. December always sneaks up on me like that, but I am about done with Christmas shopping. I plan on working on Christmas cards from now until the snow melts, and in Ohio that could be in MArch or later of next year. I might as well keep at it so that I will have some for next year too. Plus I am gonna work on Christmas tags, I think I might send them with cards next year as a little gift inside the card! ~gin~

Luria said...

This is a cute card. I love that embossed look. TFS

Luria

Tammy said...

Wow...I love this card. What a wonderful idea to have the knit look.
smiles...Tammy

Danka Doo said...

Great card! The embossing sures completes the look on this card.

I still have Christmas cards to finish...better get busy

tblue said...

Just started my cards yesterday. Love the knitted look!

Vanessa said...

Cute card! I love the embossing!

Now that it's December I guess it's about time I get started with my Christmas cards!

Georgia said...

Thanks for the chance to win. This cartridge is so cute.

LouiseS said...

What a great and inspiring site; I don't have my cards done yet...thanks for the great ideas.

Blanca M. said...

this christmas sweater look is awesome! I'm a new cricut user and I am so excited to try it out. I only have the 2 cartridges that came with my machine, but I have already done so much with them! Thanks for the site and inspiration!

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

cute card

Jovan said...

OMG...this is just to cute!

mamawcindy said...

Love your Christmas Card! Looks old Fashioned. Love It! Love that Embossing Folder. I just posted a Card on my blog tonight,using that folder. Unfortunately it is a Sympathy Card for a Young Woman that passed away early this morning.

Anonymous said...

have always wondered how the heck to leave a comment - this video helped me so much. Thanks for doing it. Now let's see if I do it correctly.

KW ladybug

Anonymous said...

Great card. I'm always inspired when I come to this site.

KW ladybug

Anonymous said...

I like the knitted look on this cartridge. Great card.'
sekala45@roadrunner.com

Anonymous said...

Started making my holiday cards the 2nd after thanksgiving and they r looking great can't beat yours. Tfs keep it up. I'll be making a lot of Cricut things for my friends thanks again for the inspiration.

dolphins_2010@hotmail.com

Rachel said...

What an interesting texture it gives the card!

I recently bought Christmas paper stacks, so that means I can really get moving on Christmas cards!

Anne said...

Great Card!

Gingercopen said...

I'm so behind on making my holiday cards! New ideas pop into my head everyday and I can't decide what I want to do with it! This weekend I will have to decide for sure! Very cute card! TFS! <3

Kim. said...

Great card and I love that embossing folder.
Kim xXx

Anonymous said...

Nice card, and thanks for all your tutorials, etc. Love getting your emails!

Sheila sbkzb@msn.com

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