Saturday, 22 October 2011

Snowy Christmas Card

Well, that attempt at blogging abstinence sure did not last! I'm back again! LOL

We're just having such a SUNNY day here today, that I had to do a very quick photo shoot of all the new cards that I have made recently! Hehe.

So a very very quick post (I'll try and keep it short!) for my currently fav Christmas card. I will mass-produce these soon, because I love it so much, even though Christmas is in the middle of Summer in New Zealand!!! It's amazing what tradition can do. We still sell Christmas cards with snow and snowmen and all, even though it's completely irrelevant! We do see the odd card with Santa surfing in board shorts!


I had to package this card, because I realised cards look so... professional with just a little bit of plastic around them! Also, it saved all the glitter coming off against other cards in the same box.

Totally simple card, and I couldn't wait to get my In the Meadow snowdrift dies that I had to makeshift with scissors. And glitter! And lots of it too! :D

Thanks for coming by!

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
STAMP: PTI Think Big Favorites #8
INK: SU! Old Olive
PAPER: PTI Stamper's Select White, Simply Chartreuse
OTHER: PTI Christmas Tree Die, Woodgrain Impresssion Plate, Glitter, Zig 2-Way Glue

4 comments:

carol (krillsister) said...

Very pretty card. I like the sharp contrast between the tree & the white background.

Leigh said...

This is lovely, Euna! I love how you used the woodgrain impression plate on your tree! So lovely!

Luanne said...

Simply beautiful ~ I love the glitter too!

Joyce said...

So simple. This would be a great card to mass produce. I also live in a place that is warm and sunny in December, and I still love snowflakes, snowmen, all that fun, cold stuff. A girl can dream, right?