Friday Fun: Traditional Christmas Cards

Hi Folks,

I hope that you are enjoying some fun and crafty times? 🙂

I am continuing in my plan to be prepared for Christmas this year with regards to my creative projects. With that in mind I shall be sharing some A5 size Christmas cards that I have created using the rest of my Project Life, (PL), memory card pack:

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I chose neutral, textured A4 card to create the A5 card bases. I picked a bright textured white plus a parchment colour/patterned card. Once again I wanted the PL cards to take centre stage with coordinating colours and simple mat layers.

Embellishments were kept to a minimum and I also used a Clear, Wink of Stella glitter brush pen for some subtle shimmer and highlights.

Here is a close up of the cards that I made:

Project Life memory card packs are a great way to make a group of coordinating cards that have a lot of different images. Grouping them together works wonderfully as the cards are designed to compliment each other. They coordinate and offer a vast array of choice.

I have enjoyed working with memory cards for card making and I shall do so again. As memory keeping has become more popular, the choice of memory card packs has become large and varied. Have fun looking!

Thank you for stopping by folks,

Take Care and happy Crafting!

MissRabbit250

 

 

 

About JenniferRabbit

I am an avid crafter and will try any artistic medium that I can :)
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