It's the Most Wonderful Time

Hi everyone! Although you'll be reading this tomorrow - I'm sitting here right now, after a long day, admiring our hard work...

Our tree, finally decorated, now stands tall and warms our room with a gentle glow and a beautiful holiday sparkle...The cider, slowly simmering, permeates every corner of the house with a much-loved, Christmas-y scent...

Our home has once again been transformed for the season, and it feels so good to finally get into the spirit of the upcoming holidays...

I love getting ready for the holiday season, and before I run off to finish up my latest holiday project (I'm working on a garland of sorts - stay tuned!), I am here to share another of my Christmas card creation! Hope it helps to get you in the Christmas spirit too!

This card is just another version of essentially the same basic ingredients as in the post prior.
 It's so fun and easy to create when you have all you need right at your fingertips...For this card, I used the same Authentique paper, from the Wonder collection...Combined with a bit of kraft cardstock and some fun with stamping!

I stamped a couple of snowflakes and used basic baker's twine with a Tim Holtz mini hanger to add some interest to this simple card...

The framed chipboard piece added some much needed dimension to the card, and my trusty Distress Inks (Black Soot and Frayed Burlap) were used to distress bits and pieces around the card as well as for the stamping..

To finish off the card, I added a tiny sentiment from this Technique Tuesday stamp set...

I'll be back again tomorrow as I showcase another creation!



  1. Sounds like your home has the Christmas spirit! Can't wait to get mine decorated. The card is oh so sweet!

  2. This is so your work. Also loved your Miss Arts paper class.

  3. The lack of color really inspires me! You do white so well. So elegant. Really love it!

  4. I had to come check out this precious card!!!!! Love the matching tag!!! They both are uniquely you!!


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