Christmas Cheer

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I’m still determined to get a head start on Christmas this year.  So, I cut some snowflakes with Sizzix dies and vanilla cardstock then added Diamond Dust chunky glass glitter.

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Vintage Christmas Sentiments from Cornish Heritage Farms and Joyeux Noel snowflakes fill the circular image panel, and Kaiser pearls (latte) made  the finish it easy. The patterned paper is Merry Moments from Stampin’ Up!

I’ll have another Christmas project tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by, and have a fabulous evening.

15 Responses to Christmas Cheer

  1. So pretty, Lori! Sure brings the thought of cool weather my way (still hovering in the way too high temps around here)…

  2. Stunning, Lori! So classy!!

  3. Lori, this is beautiful. I love that Diamond Dust glass glitter.

  4. Love those snowflakes. Very pretty card. I can’t seem to get in the mood to make Christmas cards now. I know that soon you will be very happy that you started early. Have a great evening.

  5. Gorgeous creation Lori!
    Hey… I hear I get to see you on Friday at Scrapfest! woooHOO!

  6. Kristine Reynolds

    This is so pretty Lori!

  7. Who knew that snowflakes could look so good with pearls!?! What a super card…love it!

  8. Just beautiful!

  9. Beautiful card and I LOVE that snowflake die (drooling)!

  10. Love this, so beautiful! Great work!

    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” – John 3:16

  11. very pretty!
    Sandra

  12. Gorgeous snowflake card, Lori!! I love your sparkle, pearls, and pretty papers too!!

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