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12/24/2016

Sat 24

Merry and Bright
by Irena Kowalczyk

Good morning Poppystamps fans!
It's the most wonderful time of the year. But before you sit down at the holiday table, I have for you a Christmas card.

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I pulled out some of Poppystamps dies and I did the tags dies the shaker.

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In the middle of a stamp and a few sequins.
I also added a small poinsettia and ribbon.

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I wish you all "merry and bright" Christmas. 

May the wonder of Christmas shine in your hearts and bring warmth to those you love. And may the New Year be happy and peaceful to all the people on earth!

Irena Floral Signature copy

 

 

 

Comments

So beautiful! Merry Christmas! xxx

Exquisitely simple Irena. I love the play of red and white all over this card. It's masterful that you can adhere that very dimensional poinsettia on the top of that plaid ribbon bow. I've not ever pulled that off - off being the operative word.

Thank you for my gifts of inspiration year round, and wishing you fabulous holidays (and a chance to make something other than Christmas cards).

Hi Irena, This is really pretty !! I love all the dies you have used on this card, especially the snowflake tag, and the traditional colours are a real 'hit' with me, I love, love, love this card. These tag dies are my next purchase, I have to try making this card.
Thank you for all your inspiration.
Greetings of the Season to All, and the very Best of Wishes for 2017.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

fab card and wishing you a merry christmas.

Awesome shaker card!!!

This is just so pretty! Love the traditional Christmas theme & colors.
Merry Christmas!

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