Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Flying In The Winter

Hello Craft Lovers,

Taking some free time to share my third handmade Christmas Card. This time I started with a winter theme in mind. Again its something simple, no hand colouring just cutting and pasting.

Flying In The Winter

Flying In The Winter

I used a yellow cardstock for base. The main feature for this card is a picture of a little bird in the winter. I cut it round and matched it with a black and yellow circular shaped that I embossed and cut. I also die cut 3 sets of poinsettia flowers.

Handmade Christmas card

I wanted this card to have a different fold, instead of the ordinary square or rectangle so I folded the front into two. And glued the poinsettias in a row...to make that card stand in a triangular dimension.

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There you go, my third handmade christmas card with a winter theme. Looks like I got no choice but to find more time to craft. I have a few orders to complete and looking forward to make some handmade gifts as well.

Until then, Craft With Love.


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  1. Hi this is a gorgeous card I love robins.Thank you for joining us at Moving Along with the Times Challenge Blog Things that Fly. Hugs Jackie DT

  2. This is a delightful design, the robin is so cute

    Thank you for joining us at MAWTT for our 'Things That Fly' Challenge

    Crafty smiles


  3. This is a super card, thanks for joining us at MAWTT. xxx

  4. Lovely creation!
    Thanks for sharing with us at LMMS!
    xxx Margreet

  5. What a beautiful card! Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
    Scrapbookingmamaw {My Blog}
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  6. So pretty. I'd never think to use yellow for a Christmas card, but it works well. Thanks for playing at Tuesday Throwdown Challenge this week. Good luck. Debi DT