Oct 28, 2015

Silent Night, Holy Night!

Hello again, friends!

Another Wednesday has rolled around and since October is nearly over and November is only days away, I thought I would share a Christmas card today.  If you are buying your cards already made, you can wait until the week before Christmas & still get them there on time.  If you are making them by hand, you all know that is quite another story!  I'm already working on mine, & I know a lot of you are doing the same thing!  I'm really curious.....do you choose one card you have made and make all of them like that one or do you make every card different?  I have to do each one differently!

Today's card was an easy one to put together & reminded me of a quiet little house in the woods being visited by carolers sharing the joy of the season with their voices raised in song.  These are the dies I used:
Memory Box Dancing Snowflake Frame 

Although the Snowflake Frame is currently out of stock, you will want to put it on your must have list! It is really a versatile die and can be used several ways.  I was originally going to use it as it was, but when I realized it was 5 1/2 inches tall, I decided to cut it in half & use it as a top & bottom frame for my square card.




I also included a closeup of this beautiful brick house so you could see the embossed detail on the bricks! There are 7 dies in this set, including 2 versions of the cute "gingerbread" trim.  This is one of the cutest houses out there!

Don't forget to check out the Dies R Us Challenge Blog for a chance to win a gift voucher to the amazing store!  A new challenge begins on November 1st!

And when you are thinking about Christmas, remember to think about gift cards to the store for your crafting friends!  Believe me, there is nothing that will bring a bigger smile to their faces!  Especially when they see the selection available! And be sure to tell Santa that YOU would like one too!

Until next week, have a wonderful week!  

Sherri 

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! Love the dry embossing brick detail. Keep up the great ideas!

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  2. Beautiful card! Love the dry embossing brick detail. Keep up the great ideas!

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