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Muse Christmas Vision

Hi Everyone,

I felt like making a Christmas card - in July, playing with the Muse Christmas visions! Perhaps to cool off...although our summer so far has been great - not too hot or humid. Just perfect!


I did not do any stamping on this card - it might be a first for me. I went with the unconventional Christmas colors on Chris' card and the dry embossing. But as you can see I switched the gloves for the tree. I dry embossed the tree as well as my background paper. Die cut the sentiment and used one of those pieces that falls out of the letters for my tree topper.

 Chris Blagrave's fun Christmas card:

Here is another view:


My supplies: Patterned Paper, tree die and background wood embossing - Papertrey, Tree embossing - Sizzix, sentiment die - Simon Says

Also linking up with:

Simon Says Monday challenge - anything goes
Happy Little Stampers - Christmas Tree challenge

Comments

Chriss Blagrave said…
Love all of the texture you created with! Darling tree shape and beautiful sentiment! Love your tree topper :)
Thanks so much for joining in at MCV this week!
Rosmarie said…
Schön, die rosa Holzoptik im HG und der hellgrüne Weihnachtsbaum passt wunderbar dazu!
Du, die Gundi ist leider schon wieder weg! Sie waren nur übers WE bei uns und wir hatten nicht mal Zeit was zusammen zu basteln denn ich hatte auch noch meine beiden Enkelkinder im Haus - da gibts keine Auszeit!! Aber zum Quatschen hatten wir schon Zeit ;) - natürlich viel zu wenig aber schön wars!
GLG Rosi
!neke said…
Your creation is super !
conil said…
Holy Christmas...beautiful card.
Maura said…
What fun creations! Now, it may be cool where you are, but its been hot here. Its funny though, how many of us love to do Christmas in July...me too! It's fun to see what you are working on. Thanks for joining is at Simon says Stamp Monday Challenge!
Marilyn said…
I like the texture you created. Very festive card.
Greta said…
What a great card, Cornelia!
HOHOHO --- man kann nie früh genug mit Weihnachtskarten anfangen ;))
Ganz liebe sommerliche Grüße Elisabeth
Loll said…
Sweet! Love the embossed background and embossed tree ... so much wonderful texture. And love that you've used the little cut out for the tree topper --- awesome! :) Thanks for playing along at Happy Little Stampers. xx
Pam said…
Darling card! Love the texture you've created.
cm said…
Definitely fabulous and festive! And I so love the traditional colours!
Hugs~c
Kylie said…
very festive, Cornelia! Love the embossing on your tree. Thanks so much for playing along at Happy Little Stampers xx

ps - I received my birthday card. Simply beautiful. Thanks so much xx
Anita in France said…
So deliciously Christmassy, Cornelia ... gorgeous texture and wonderful placement of that yummy pink panel! Anita :)
Kim Heggins said…
As always, I love your style. What a fabulous Christmas tree and that sweet bow, amazing!
Lisbeth said…
hi
great card
thanks for joining us at CHCC2
hugs Lisbeth
DT-CHCC2
Dianchik said…
Wha a lovely Christmas card you've created! Love your choice of untraditional Christmas colors as well as the card's design. Well done! Thanks for sharing your work with us at Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge.
Diana DT
Monika Reeck said…
cool
love that txture
and pink wood grain looks adorable for this christmas card Cornelia
cool card love this one

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