The challenge this time at Dies R Us Challenge Blog is called trees and or leaves. I thought about doing a fall theme with some leaves, but bottom line is that I need more Christmas cards. This was really simple. I cut the trees twice one from white and once from gold glitter card stock and glued them together. The pretty frame is from Frantic Stamper. I use this die over and over again. Because the border is thin, I topped it with a frame from Lawn Fawn. I think I will add a sentiment across the trees, but I didn't have the size I wanted. I just ordered some different sizes from the Dies R Us Store so I will choose from them.
Lawn Fawn Stitched Frame Rectangle
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Trees works for me. This Frantic Stamper die looks great with a frame over it and the gold trees are awesome. They will look great with a simple Christmas sentiment. All is well and done. Another great Christmas card.ReplyDelete
Your card is so elegant and lovely Kathy! I was in the Christmas spirit for this challenge too. I'm so glad you're getting a jump on your Christmas cards. The lacy frame encapsulates the trees perfectly.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous trees Kathy, very elegant and peaceful!! Happy November 1st!ReplyDelete
I love the simplicity of this card. The gold trees work perfectly against that dark background and using that gorgeous frame is genius. Just stunning and elegant.ReplyDelete
WOW! This made a gorgeous Christmas card! Your combination of dies is just awesome, Kathy!ReplyDelete
Beautiful trees die and I love the card you have created for the trees theme too.ReplyDelete
Those sparkly gold trees are gorgeous! Wonderful ornate frame, too! a very pretty Christmas card!ReplyDelete
I hear you on the Christmas cards lol It's already November! Eek! Love your pretty trees cut in gold glitter paper! Very festive!ReplyDelete
Wow, I love all the dies you used! I've looked at that oval set several times after seeing your cards. It's so pretty. I love how it decorates, but the background still shows through. Bottom line is I need more Christmas cards, too!ReplyDelete
How beautiful and very elegant!!ReplyDelete
OMG this is so, so beautiful! Sorry I'm so late commenting ... been a very busy week/weekend! Hugs and Great job!ReplyDelete