Holiday Cards...

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Holiday Cards are always the hardest cards to make because I seem to always be under pressure making them... the old story of leaving them until the last minute and promising myself every year that I'm going to start early when I never do!

So this year I devised a plan to eliminate making a whole pile of different cards and instead I'd have a few basic designs and recreate each one using different papers and colours. Well what can I say, it worked a treat and I had a nice little production line going. However, note to self... next year do not use the little retro flower punch when trying to save time!





Pebbles supplies used:
Welcome Christmas Santa's Workshop (751176)
Welcome Christmas Deck the Halls (751177)
Welcome Christmas Sleigh Ride (751178)
Welcome Christmas Holly Jolly (751179)
Welcome Christmas Candy Cane (751181)
Welcome Christmas Cardstock White (71801)
Welcome Christmas Cardstock Crimson (71029)
Welcome Christmas Cardstock Spinach (751051)
Welcome Christmas Cardstock Pine (751057)
Welcome Christmas Duplicate Rub Ons (760276)
Welcome Christmas Ribbon (780012)
Classic Candy Dots Black (744237)

Other supplies used:

Punch (EK Success)

The Pebbles blog was jam packed with wonderful Holidays cards before Christmas which you can spy HERE. You never know... you might find some inspiration and start next years cards early... LOL!

From farm to you...

9 comments:

  1. VERY creative way of using tiny flowers!! love these!

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  2. wow these is so creative...I love it

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  3. Those little flowers may have been a wee bit tedious to stick on your gorgeous card but so worth the effort for the impact! Beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing! :)

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  4. love love love the use of the flower punch to make a tree!!! So sweet

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  5. Hi Melinda, love this idea, those flowers were well worth the effort (well that's easy for me to say lol), just love the fun designs and how neat all the cards look. TFS! Hope you are well and having a good start to the week!

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  6. I really love what you create with that punch!

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  7. stunning cards an d i love how you use the punch

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  8. White, red and green matches best with each other on these cards with flowers bunch.


    plastic card holders
    plastic business cards
    scratch cards printing

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