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Monday, September 16, 2019

Christmas Twofer

Hi Everyone,

I really need to get going with my Christmas cards....and then I got the inspiration from my friend Rosi, who designs for 52CCT.  And then it all fell into place. 52 CCT might not like my little splash of green, since there theme is black and white....but then, they don't have to. I like it and it also fits the Time out challenge....


I love this pretty Tim Holtz cover plate. It kind of makes quick Christmas cards, if you don't count poking out all those little die cuts, that get stuck in there....Besides that, you can get several cards out of this one, as you are left with all those cute little die cuts. Of course I had to used them for a second card and I still have lots of left overs....


The sentiment is by STAMPlorations.


And here is my second card:


I used some matching Washi tape and lined the die cuts up. Attached them to the Kraft card base. Added some hemp twine and the tiny tag. The little sentiment is by Papertrey. Also added three litle glitzy red dots. Can't live without some color....


Happy Christmas Card Making!

Linking up with:

Time Out - see picture below (first card)
52CCT - black and white (first card)
Christmas Kickstart - Scandinavian Holiday 

11 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love how you did the first one and I found it so amazing that by using the cut out parts you created another wonderful card using them. Both these cards are awesome Christmas designs.

conil said...

What a great coverplate and I think it's as versatile as it is lovely. Wouldn't this qualify for the Twofer challenge-Critters, as well?

Donna said...

Ohhhhhhh fab!!!
The black and white with a pop of green are just awesome!

Joyce said...

These are really wonderful cards. I think that the first is an absolutely perfect way to draw inspiration from our photo. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.

Dotty Jo said...

Two sweet cards and a clever way to stretch your dies! Thanks for playing at The Christmas Kickstart Challenge, Jo x

Bobby said...

It's always wonderful when you can get a twofer as great as these, Cornelia.

Suzanne H said...

I love the splash of green on your first card. What a great cover plate and all those little die cuts you can use again. I hopped over from 52 Card Throwdown and had to see your card up close.

TracyB said...

What a great use of that cover die and yes it does make a great card. And you could get so many cards from the 1 cut. Thanks for playing along with us at 52CCT.

Anita in France said...

What a warm, cosy, folk art feel for your kraft card, Cornelia ... and a wonderful take on our inspiration for your cool, stylish Christmas card ... the pop of green in the sentiment is an inspired touch! Thanks so much for playing along with us a Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)

Gerrina said...

What a playfull card you made for the TIME OUT challenge! Looks so fresh and festive! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!

I Card Everyone said...

I love the green bit, Cornelia! and every single image in this clever die cut! Scandi-licious!
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