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Sunday, December 29, 2013

TAWS #44 and some more Christmas cards

I am back into the swing of things with another card I made yesterday for the TAWS challenge. I used the freebies that are available on the TAWS website. Here is the inspiration photo:

And that's my card:

You gotta love this pink Christmas tree! Anyhow I loved it so much - I put three of them on my card, colored with Copics. If you mag up the inspiration photo you'll see that there is a white painted brick wall, which I mimicked with the embossing folder - Lifestyle Crafts. The ornaments and two of the trees are elevated with foam dots and I used Twine from the Twinery.

I am also linking this card with the CHNC challenge extra- anything Christmas
and the regular CHNC challenge


I also want to share with you some more Christmas cards my blogging friends surprised me with:

This lovely card is from Diane - she is from Alabama - such a cool card! she digitally creates all her images - amazing!

My friend Monika send this to me - we met last summer in Munich. Isn't it the perfect Christmas card?

I love this glittery tree that Mel sewed onto the card - how creative! I have to keep this idea stored for future use....

Thanks to all of you - so much fun to get a home made card! They are adorning my mantle - it looks so pretty!


Sanna Lippert said...

aren´t those pastellic trees just gorgeous!! such lovely Xmas cards!!! I wish you a wonderful New Year and many, many happy crafty moments to come!!
xoxo, Sanna

Kim Heggins said...

What a festive card...your trees are about as gorgeous as they can be. Wishing you and your family a very Happy New Year!

Sabine said...

Love your pretty design! The soft trees are adorable :)Lovely.
Thank you for playing with us!

Hazel said...

Thanks for entering your lovely cards for CHNC challenge 157 - hope to see you again soon. x