Hi everyone! I’ve been playing with some of the birch press design dies! I have some fun things to share and I’ll start with this early bird Christmas card! Whoa! I know… it’s been a long time since I posted Christmas in May!
I grabbed some metallic gold card-stock and started cutting… I didn’t use all the layers…not sure I can even tell you what I did since I moved on to some other designs. You’ll just want to die cut and see what you come up with by changing out the layers.
I kept it very simple…the background is two pattern papers from a 6×6 pad. This one is a few years old but I’m sure you have some that will work just as stunningly! A little gold cord ‘ties’ it all together.
It was a sunny day for taking pictures, so I moved around 3 times and have different looking photos from each spot. I stopped at posting 3 photos at least! lol I wish I could really capture how pretty it is in real life!
Hope everything is growing that you’re watering! Our trees are looking good. whew. Leafing out and soaking up the water and sun. Kinda scared to get the water bill. I didn’t Winter over our 3 Endless Summer Hydrangeas that we planted last year right, I guess. No buds on the old wood. Fortunately there’s a lot of new coming from the bottom though! I just hope we get some flowers! I know….rolling my eyes at myself…Lilly of the Valley pips on the way…hope we can do those right! We have a lot of shade on the east side of the house. I’d rather make cards but…sometimes you gotta go outside! lol
Thanks for stopping by!
Links to what I used to make this card…
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Beautiful Pam!!! I’m not quite into Christmas just yet-ha ha-but soon!
Wow!! I knew these would make beautiful Christmas cards! Yours is stunning! The gold looks wonderful! Can’t wait to see more! 🙂
Beautiful and so elegant, Pam! I think you captured the beauty of this card!
You and Christmas ……. Card is stunning..
This is gorgeous! Very simple, but very striking! LOVE it, Pam!
Oh, wow! You and Birch press and the designer paper made a gorgeous Christmas card! I’m all for early Christmas cards. They’re fun to make once you get started and then you won’t be stuck making nothing BUT Christmas cards later in the year. Good luck with your gardening. I’m glad we don’t have to overwinter here. I love to garden, but lately I begrudge the time away from stamping, sigh…
Oh what a pretty card Pam! And a Christmas card no less! LOL! I haven’t even thought about Christmas! Just trying to get throught the “heavy” birthday season in our family! LOL! 🙂
Just so beautiful!!