Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Plaid Christmas

 I like to make Christmas cards all year long. I think I own more Christmas stamps, dies, embellishments and designer paper than any other holiday. I hate to admit it, but you could probably add up all of the other holidays and Christmas would still lead the way. I did not even add a sentiment or greeting to this one:

   Peaceful Wreath

   Crumb Cake A-2
   Warmth & Cheer DSP 5-1/4 x 4
   Whisper White 3-1/2" Sq.
   Crushed Curry 2" Sq., 1" Sq.

   Merry Merlot

   Cherry Cobbler
   Crumb Cake
   Garden Green

   Die Cutting

   Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies

I associate this card with Christmas because the wreath is made of holly and the traditional red and green colors are used. Still, without the actual Merry Christmas greeting on it, you can actually use it anytime during the winter season to express just about anything: hello, friendship, get well, sympathy, birthday, congratulations, etc. Its true purpose will be determined by what you write on the inside.

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  1. Your wreath looks great with the plaid paper!

  2. Great wreath and wonderful Christmas card. I actually don't own a ton of Christmas paper compared to the rest of my papers but my MIL has been buying me more so it could add up quickly with what she has purchased.

  3. Sometimes words aren't needed! Like your card!