Thursday, December 1, 2011

Mistletoe & Holly

Happy Hellos Everyone!

Can you believe it? December has arrived in style. That is, I didn't think it would be as cool as it actually is. Just a day ago or so, it felt like late spring or early summer. I'm not sure about you, but the flowers are still in bloom where I live. Which is a little unusual.

Before I get into today's featured card for The Peddler's Gallery Parade of Paper Creations, I wanted to mention and encourage you to join me in crafting along with Tim Holtz for his 12 Tags of Christmas which began today. I stumbled upon this last year mid-way through the 12 days after visiting a fellow blogger's blog. See what I get for visiting other peoples' blogs--a new passion. Just what I needed right. If your wondering what I used my tags for, well...I attached them to wine bottles to give as gifts. I suppose I'll do the same this year.

Now, onto today's creation...Today, it's all about the mistletoe and holly. Flouishes is another one of my favorite places to visit and after seeing today's card, you'll understand why. I loved everything about this set including the wonder sentiments. I won't show you all of the cards I made from this set at one time. Just know others versions of this card will follow.

Before, I go, I'm curious. How many holiday cards do you send this time of the year?

As always, thanks for stopping by The Peddler's Gallery and be sure to come back tomorrow as the Parade of Paper Creations continues.

What's In It?
Cardstock: Mark's Finest Papers
Embellishments: Ribbon, Dimenisonals, Stickle, Spritz
Ink: SU Classic Ink, COPIC Markers 
Equipment Used: Paper Cutter, Cuttlebug, CB Embossing Plate, Spellbinder Die, Scissors


Kelly R said...

wow, what a beautiful card lori! i love it all. great job my friend!

Pauline said...

Beautiful card Lorie, you have been a busy bee! Love the mistletoe image, and the bright festive colours.

Helen said...

I'm so far behind that I've not even started on my Christmas cards. I usually make 80 of them. I don't think so this year.

Cheryl L. said...

Beautiful card!I love that ribbon and the sparkly PP you for cards, I didn't make any this year. I see why some crafters make them year round or start in July...sigh

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