Round and round...

For the birds...

I have made my first Christmas card for 2015!  I wanted to play along with the Addicted to CAS challenge (use birds) and the only thing I could think of was a Christmas card.  I am using the sketch from CAS(E) this Sketch but by the time this posts that sketch challenge will be closed and that is OK by me.  I just really liked the sketch. 9 (595x640)

Today’s card was made using die cuts and a tiny bit of stamping.  I started off with a couple of new die cuts from Memory Box - pine needles and resting birds.  I die cut the birds out of cherry cobbler and the needles out of pear pizzazz and old olive.  I adhered the needles directly to the CS and popped the birds up a bit.  They are cute! 10 (640x427)

After I added the sentiment in memento black, I ran the vanilla cream cardstock thru my linen impression plate just to finish off the look of the card.  This was a fairly quick card to create and could be mass produced for the holiday season.  And you definitely would not need to have these die cuts.  Stamped images would be fantastic as well!

Thanks for stopping by today!  I am off for the weekend but will be back next week with some fun cards!

Don’t forget the Retro Rubber challenge – link up HERE!  The challenge is May flowers!

Supplies:  CS:  PTI kraft and vanilla cream.  SU! cherry cobbler, pear pizzazz and old olive.  Stamps:  SU! endless wishes.  Dies:  PTI linen impression plate.  Memory box pine needles and resting birds.


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What a lovely card!


The simplicity and perfection in this design is awesome :) Thank you for sharing with ATCAS!

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