Handmade Cards

A traditional coloured handmade Christmas Card

A traditional coloured handmade Christmas Card

Today’s project is an Arrange a traditional coloured handmade Christmas Card. I really enjoyed making this today as the green and red colours work really well together.

Just look how great that Real Red Pops!

You can see the bundle below that I used in today’s Project.

This bundle is an annual catalogue 2020 item featured on page 127. Now the checked background is from the Buffalo Check background stamp. I love how it looks.

A standard size card layered in real red with the check topper. The two wreaths look great together.

My main focal point is definitely the poinsettia.

The card was finished off with some wink of stella and basic red rhinestone jewels.

For the sentiment I used the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch.

For the effect of a “hanging” wreath I added a strip of card underneath my die cut layered bow.

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