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Christmas In July For AYSI...

It’s a new challenge at As You See It!  It’s a fill in the blank!  My favorite Christmas in July Creation is … a Christmas card in non-traditional Christmas colors.

#280 7.29.2022

I started with my stamp set from The Greetery and stamped all the flowers in bright tropical colors.  I did the greens in a traditional green and a bright green. aysi 280 1

I die cut the hoop three times and layered together before adding a bit of twine at the top.  Finally, I die cut everything, layered on the hoop and then the card base and was done!  A fun bright tropical Christmas card for July! aysi 280 2

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Supplies:  CS:  PTI white.  SU! grapefruit grove and crumbcake.  Stamps:  The Greetery hoop wreath.  Dies:  PTI linen plate.  Waffle Flower embroidery hoops.  The Greetery hoop wreath.  SU! deckled edges rectangles.  Inks:  SU! parakeet party, garden green, grapefruit grove, pale papaya, crumbcake, daffodil delight, fresh fig, fresh freesia and Tahitian tide.  Other:  SU! Tahitian tide twine.


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Heather Heroldt

This is so sweet, Jane - I so love this design! AND, how perfect for a Christmas in July theme - of COURSE non-trad colors! Brilliant plan!

Heather Cooper

Combine Christmas with July and this is the logical outcome. These flowers are so beautiful and the wreath reminds me of a lei. Who would like to spend their Christmas in Hawaii? Oh, pick me, pick me!! I love the background colour you chose, too! It highlights the other colours perfectly!

Jan Clothier

I love your use of non-traditional colours: so fresh and pretty. I also like that with a different greeting, it could happily be used for other occasions.


I love how fresh and zingy this Christmas card is Jane - and such a great way to change-up a Christmas card by using non-traditional colours.

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