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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

ONE LAST CHRISTMAS CARD

Hi friends.  Hope everyone is coping with all there is to do this time of year.  Now that I am retired, I wonder how I managed it all when I worked!!!


I have one more Christmas card.  It will be good to move on to something else.  I have so many things I bought for Christmas like dies and stamps that I didn't even use, but there is always next year!

                                                   The wonderful Cardinal die is by Cottage Cutz


The finished card


The embossing folder is Cuttlebug, Anna Griffin
Holly print paper from my stash
Baker's twine and some stickles.

Thanks for stopping by today.
Have a great day, Until later..............


10 comments:

Sue said...

This is gorgeous Sue. The cardinal die is stunning and your design is so beautiful.
hugs Sue xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's a very beautiful christmas card Sue
Gr Karin

Sue said...

Lovely card. I wish we had Cardinals here as they are stunning.

Hope you have a lovely day. Sue

Donna Hanley said...

Lovely card, Sue. I love Cardinals - they just mean Christmas to me. Your background paper and twine really bring everything together nicely. Enjoy your day.

cotnob said...

A gorgeous card Sue, such a beautiful die cut cardinal and lovely embossed background.
Pauline
x

Sandra H said...

So pretty Sue is your card x

April said...

Beautiful card! I love the die. Great job!

Whisper said...

Aaaah this is absolutely gorgeous, Luv Sam x

Cheryl W. said...

I really love your card, especially the cardinal. I often see two of them outside our windows. As for getting things done for Christmas, I also wonder how I got it all done when I was working. I just retired at the end of June and feel like I've been on a hamster's wheel ever since. LOL

Renee Butchart said...

Oh, this is so pretty Sue! I love cardinals but we don't have them here. I have only seen them twice when we were in Mesa. I have moved on from Christmas cards...made 2 baby cards today & have a DT card to make tomorrow.
Hugs, Renee