Monday, 15 November 2010

Christmas 2010 - Card No.3 Merry Christmas

Another Christmas card for you folks! Available to buy at My Folksy Shop in singles or packs of five too =)
This card is another simple one – the only way Christmas cards can be, when you’ve so many to make! I broke out my CraftRobo to cut the snowflakes in the Kraft cardstock. This was a super simple design, which took me about 10 minutes to design. This is a great way to bash out a bulk load of Christmas cards – just design your card, repeat the design to fill your A4 card, pop it into the ‘Robo, and off you go!

I’m also entering this into the wee Memories – #31 Challenge and the Caardvarks Challenge -Holiday die cuts. I don’t normally enter challenges, so I thought I’d give them a go for once! =)

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  1. Super CAS design, Wendy! LOVE those snowflakes and your fabulous color combo! Thanks for playing along with us in the Wee Memories' Scrappy Saturday Challenge!

  2. Adorable! Such a great card and video! It's so nice to "see" you back! I've been checking almost every day to see if you had some new cards to share!

  3. @Christiana Yes, sorry about that! I'm currently doing some serious work on my house, so that's taking all my time up at the moment. Would MUCH prefer doing cards and blog posts though =)

  4. What a fun card! I love how your pp peeking from the snowflake. Thanks for playing with us at Wee Memories! :)

  5. Wow this is so fun and pretty! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Wee Memories :)

  6. Hi there. I've been looking for the type of cardstock that you've used in this project, the brown cardstock. Is there a proper/formal name for the colour/texture? Thank you.

    1. Hey Alfred - yes it's called Kraft cardstock, and it's by Bazzil. I'm assuming you're based in the UK? If so, I buy my Kraft cardstock from here and I buy it in a 25 pack, which makes it 39p/sheet down from 49p an individual sheet. It's only £1.95 postage, too.
      I'd advise getting the bulk pack, because aside from the savings, you'll need it. Once you create a card in this you won't be able to stop - it's addictive! =)


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