Tuesday, August 6, 2013

TSC0802 : First christmas Card:

Hi Everyone.....Blessings to all and welcome to my world...its not fancy..but its full of love...come and sit a spell and enjoy the sights....

I have a card I made for the twisted Sistahs challenge...come and play along...just put in TSC0802, and join in the fun!

My Card:


 My first Christmas card of the season...I am hoping by getting started early this year...I won't be in such a rush by November...and panicking by December!!






so I used the "Merry Christmas"  from the set at  ODBD : called "Holiday Ornaments"






I used the Spellbinders Resplendent Rectangles, Ribbon from Micheals, prima poinsettia flowers,& glittery leaves from Micheals, sparkly red dots from Close to My Heart, Paper from my Stash & Love.


Thanks for Looking

Blessings:

Jan
 













9 comments:

Marie-Louise said...

Jan this is gorgeous and so very elegant.

JD/ Jill said...

Great card Jan, and perfect for the challenge. Way to go with starting your Christmas cards. I did that too this year, in fact, I am almost to my goal...I did not want to wait till the last moment like I usually do. Hope you have a great week...Blessings, Jill

Papercrafting Princess said...

Oh the details.....Beautiful!

Ellen said...

oohing and ahing over that gorgeous blingy ribbon!! Fabulous Christmas card Jan!! The shimmer is just awesome!! tfs

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful, just love the layering and combo's of papers, pretty flowers and sparkle!

Wanda. said...

What a beautiful Christmas card! TFS

Алексровер Анна said...

Really, it's time to prepare Christmas cards! Your's is so bright ans full of the Holiday mood;)

Rosemary said...

hi jan!! beautiful Christmas card!! hope all is well with you!

Leanne ... said...

Jan this is certainly a beautiful Christmas card. Love that pearlized paper and that pretty red. Very striking!!! I would love the receive that card.

I have mine all done but do a much simpler card to put in the mail to about 35 people. I make it simpler and not thick with a bow, so that the postage is still cheap.

Hugs...Leanne