Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Season's Greetings (December Card Kit)

 


Happy Tuesday, all! Kristina here. :)

Today I made a tall and skinny card using elements from the Simon Says Stamp December Card Kit. I just love the vintage-looking elements in the kit! The card measures 3.5" x 9", so it will fit inside a business size envelope. Cards this size are also great if you send out family update newsletters with your Christmas cards.

Anyhow, enjoy!

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23 comments:

  1. I like how you added the paper strip and faux stitching. LOVE the shape of the card.
    Hugs and smiles

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  2. What a fun design with all those different papers! Beautiful card, Kristina!

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  3. Cute ideas! I loved the way you attached the ribbon. I have an idea for a similar card (to use up some scraps of paper) but in a different format. I may borrow your ribbon idea and use stitching instead of staples. I always get some inspiration from your videos!

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  4. This is fantastic! Thanks for sharing them.

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  5. Love that use of the papers - great card!
    Alison x

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  6. This is a great idea for sending out family update letters. I'm lovin' those vintage papers!

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  7. Really beautiful card here again Kristina, I like it a lot.

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  8. Love those papers, and the card size!!

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  9. What a great card design. Thanks for sharing the video.

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  10. You're so talented and always inspiring! What a great tall card!

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  11. Very unique and I love it! Great way to use up some scraps!

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  18. All the little extras like the button, ribbon, etc. make this really great!!

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  19. rock n roll. got my kit yesterday and gonna make cards with it sunday. thanks kristina for all your great tips and tricks. You have honestly helped me alot in my card making.

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  20. Great card, Kristina. I like the use of the materials in the kit. Great inspiration.

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  21. Awesome card. I think I will have a to make a few of them for my holiday cards... love it

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