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Snowflake Christmas Cards

Hi Everyone,

did you all have a Merry Christmas? I hope you did. We enjoyed our Christmas. We celebrate on the 24th in the evening, as is customary in Germany. My husband cooked something delicious and the kids and I decorated the tree. Yesterday we had another delicious meal at my sister's house, getting our families together. 

But back to card making....
I want to share some Christmas cards I made a while ago:


For this one I used that 3D embossing folder from We R Memory Keepers. The snowflake is by Papertrey and the sentiment is by Neat&Tangled. I also ripped up some washi tape and put it onto the card stock, before I ran it through my big shot. Added some thin beading wire with beads and sequins


I am linking up with following challenges:


QKR Stampede Challenge #171 -  Snowmen or Snowflakes
Simon Says Wednesday challenge - Make it Sparkle

My second card is quite similar, just kind of a down-scaled version of the first.



And here is one more card from this year's Christmas production. I made a similar one, that you might remember, you can see it HERE.



Another left-over from an Advent calendar I yet have to share with you..... All used dies are by Memory Box, the sentiment is by Neat&Tangled. I spritzed the background with various inks and added some sequins.

I am linking this up with the current Memory Box challenge - Season's Greetings.
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Well, sadly its still too warm here in NJ - no chance of any snow falling soon.

Happy Stamping!


Comments

Flo said…
Du hast ja gut vorgearbeitet. Dazu hatte ich diesmal keinen Nerv!!!
Alle Karten gefallen mir sehr gut, die mit dem 3D Embossingfolder gefallen mir besonders gut. Der macht sich wirklich super auf deinen Karten.
Liebe Grüße
Julie B said…
That EF in your first card looks just like cracked ice, fab. What a great set of cards Cornelia.
So pleased to see you pop up at STAMPlorations. HNY. :)
Pam said…
Lovely cards, Cornelia. Your holiday sounds like it was perfect.
Tenia Nelson said…
Awesome holiday, Miss Lady!! LOVE all of your cards, dearie!! :)
Kim Heggins said…
So beautiful Cornelia...love your festive snowflake!
Suchi said…
Oh, glad to know you had a fun family time ! This card is splendid! Love the embossed background too! :)
Suchi xx
Anita in France said…
Delicious shimmer against the yummy texture, Cornelia ... and what a vibrant, fun and eyecatching celebration on your final card! Hugs, Anita :)
conil said…
Very festive. Love anything blue and white and the first two are no exception. The addition of the wire on the first is a fun touch. Glad to know washi looks so good when embossed with those 3D folders. Yowza. Love the colorful, bright and happy 3rd card. Just so much fun.
Glad your Christmas was joyous, hoping your New Year is even better.
Mandy said…
Gorgeous card Cornelia! I love the texture from the embossing and the snowflake is so pretty.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
Mandy xx
NanaConnie said…
Terrific use of that sketch, Cornelia! It's terrific to see you playing along in our "Snowman or Snowflake" challenge at QkR Stampede this week. Good luck in the draw.
NanaConnie DT
cm said…
Your shimmery snowflake cards are dazzling; your 'left overs' card, ever so vibrant! A yummy array of Christmas delights...
Hugs~c

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