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Christmas Cards with December 25th Collection

September 7, 2011

Good morning!

Have you started thinking about Christmas yet? It’s time to begin making your cards… if you want to be ready on time!

This morning, Jodi, Svetlana, Genevieve, Lori, and Pearl show you some ideas for greeting cards! The green, gold and burgundy red of this beautiful and vintage collection; December 25th hopefully will inspire you!


” Christmas Tags  ” by Genevieve Allen


Materials used:
December 25th Collection: Tag# 1
: Paper: Love/P720, Believe/P721; Paper Pad/PP850; Lace Cream/EM927; Flowers/F616; Paper Bloom/F628;Jewels/RS423; Clear Stamp/CS790, Mounting foam/T302.
 Other: Die, Embossing powder, Distress Stain, Fragment, Glossy Accent, Stickles.

Tag#2: Paper: Love/P720; Stamps/CS791-CS790; Wooden FlourishesFL364; Sparklets/RS416; Paper Bloom/F636.
 Other: Embossing powder, Distress Stain, Die.

Tag#3:Paper Pad/PP850; Paper Peace/P714;Sticker Sheet – Collectables/SS109; Rub-ons/RB935;Sparklets/RS410; Mounting foam/T302.
 Other: Tag, Stickles, Ribbon, Ink, Distress Stain, Embossing folder

Genevieve says:

“Take your stickles and your papers, we will have fun to create tags which will identify your Christmas gift! This collection is very pratical: stickers sheets and the sheet/P720 Love with little squares of vintage Santa Claus are available.

Left to right: Tag#1: A part of Santa Claus is sticked under a fragment with glossy and the outline is embossed.Tag#2: The trees are stamped with Versamark and embossed with opalescent clear powder. The reindeer is coloured with distress Stain.Tag#3: With a die of  poïnsettia, we make these flowers with beautiful papers from paper pad. The Sparklets enhanced the middle of flowers. Behind the tags, we find different stickers to identify the gift. The tag #2 with its little pocket allows to insert a gift card if you want. The landscape of the paper/P720 Love is raised with stickles for a winter look. So, will you begin soon to make yours tags? ”


“Christmas in the heart” card by Svetlana Austin

Materials used:
December 25th Collection: Paper –Believe/P721, Love/P720; Paper Pad/PP850; Sticker Sheet – Alpha/SS110; Clear Stamps Christmas Sentiments/CS761; Pearls – Red/SB795; Lace Pack – Cream/EM927.
Other: hand stitching, ink.

Svetlana says:

“December 25th collection has a lot of nice things to make very nostalgic cards, that can bring one back into those magical childhood days. On my card I used hand stitching and lace for a cozy, homely touch.”


 “Set of 3 Vintage Cards By Jodi Dolbel”

Products Used:
December 25th Collection – Papers: Wish/P719, Believe/P721, Love/P720, Paper Pad/PP850, Jewels/RS423, Sticker Sheet/SS109, Lace Pack – Cream/EM927.
Other: Twine, Fabric, Pins & Beads

Jodi Says:

“I love the vintage reflection of these papers. They remind me of my childhood and Christmas cards of old. I love how you can use the stickers and paper pack in this collection to layer over the papers, or you can cut out the images on the “Love” paper to create your own embellishments. Such a lovely vintage collection”


Elegant Christmas Card : Lori Williams Leng

Materials Used:Love P720, Paper pad PP850, Sparklets-Rouge RS416,

Other products Punch, Cardstock, Liquid Pearls and Ribbon


Lori Says:

 “My mother has a Vintage Christmas Tree she puts up every year.  It something neither my sister or I will help her with, so afraid we will break the antique ornaments.  My mother always laughs and says it’s OK she breaks one or two every year,  but we still avoid helping at all cost.  When I walk in my mothers home and the tree is complete it gives me such a warm cozy feeling, which is exactly what Christmas is all about.  This collection give me that feeling too.  It’s elegant feel makes me wish for Christmas to be here soon.”


“Wreath on Paper-Pieced Window” Card by Pearl Lui

Materials Used: December 25th Festive (P717), Wish (P719), Clear Stamp (CS790);
Other: Markers, Black Ink Pad

Pearl says:

“I absolutely love the vintage feel of the December 25th collection and it’s one of the reasons I’m so drawn to the collection. But I wanted to show the line in a more contemporary light by adding lots of white space and paper-piecing the window. The back side of “Festive” is a lovely white polka dot on green which gives the illusion of snow falling. Add a wreath, a couple layers of matting, and just like that, a simple and contemporary take on a vintage collection.”

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  • Reply Kirsty September 7, 2011 at 11:50 am

    All these cards are gorgeous! I can’t even believe it is already time to start thinking about Christmas cards!

  • Reply Natasha September 7, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    Very cute! Love Christmas!

  • Reply Sandra September 7, 2011 at 4:27 pm

    I love the traditional look.

  • Reply AdrianaB September 7, 2011 at 5:44 pm

    Wonderful awesome cards ladies, look the vintage cards and tags :)

  • Reply Mrs Frizz September 7, 2011 at 9:20 pm

    It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas girls … fabulous cards …

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