Thursday, December 13, 2012

Ultra Mod Christmas Tree

Happy Hellos Everyone!!!

With just 10 days remaining before the first big day--my son's birthday and 12 days remaining before Christmas, I couldn't let another week whiz by with just one post. I miss all of you. I truly miss not communicating with my fellow bloggers. Although, I haven't been posting as much as I would like to, I have been creating and having lots of fun too. Take a look...

This set of personalized holiday greeting cards I made for
 my sister and her family was so much fun to created.

Once again, I had an opportunity to pull out my Silhouette. Only this time to
create lots of circles in various sizes--quickly. I used a variety of DP's in
additional to personal photos of my sister and her family.

 Checkout that silver backdrop. Initially, I thought about embossing it to give
 it some texture, but then I thought it was perfect just the way it was. I
discovered this terrific paper by chance at AC Moore. It's not something I've
 seen before and I haven't seen it since I purchased all that was left on the shelf.
Don't despair, perhaps you may come across it at your local AC Moore.

The several members of family are big Ravens fans; however,
this wasn't meant to be a Ravens' theme Christmas card. I hope
I achieved that.  In keeping with the ultra mod look, I used
lots of patterns,  clean lines, and kept it as simple as possible.
I finished the card off  with a small Spellbinder die tag, a little
ribbon, and off course a little bling.

Well, I hope you enjoyed today's. As always, thanks for stopping by The Peddler's Gallery and come back real soon.


Kelly R said...

what a neat and creative idea! that does look like it was fun to make. plus, i know they will love them. go girl!

Claudia said...

Great card! Thank you for sharing with us at Charisma Cardz Challenge and good luck!



NC Peach said...

Another great card! Your sister will probably want to have this one posted throughout the year! TFS and Merry Christmas!

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