Merry Christmas

Hello there!

Today I am sharing an easy & quick X’mas card.

  1. A smaller stitched rectangle was die cut from red card stock & the bigger one was die cut from silver sparkle card stock.
  2. The sentiment was stamped with VersaMark and white embossed on the red one.
  3. Two tiny Robins were colored with Copic markers and die cut with the matching dies.
  4. The two tiny Robins were adhered on the first letter  and the last one of the sentiment with foam tapes.
  5. All the pieces were layered on A2 card base.

It’s for the entry of

CAS Colours and Sketches Challenge #251 – Sketch

AAA Cards CAS Game #104 – Christmas

Less is More Challenge #356 – Let it Shine!

Pile It On #136 – Large Sentiments and/or Things with Wings

SSS Wed. Challenge – Anything Goes


Author: Wei

Welcome to my blog! I am from Taiwan. I was a teacher taught chemistry at high school. For my two little girls, I chose to stay home accompaning with them. Then I started my card-making journey.

12 thoughts on “Merry Christmas”

  1. Oooh! I love your white embossed sentiment and how you have layered the red with the sparkly silver – stunning combo. Those little Robins are the perfect accent too. Thanks for joining in on the fun at CC&S this week. Hugs Bev x

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  2. Wonderful card! I love the elegant combo of red, silver and white and the little robins add a fun touch to the card. That large sentiment is a stunner. Great job! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

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  3. A stunning festive creation and love the bold sentiment against the bright red cardstock. Beautiful use of shimmer and shine and sparkle from the glittery cards stock and the little birds a little fun too. Thanks for joining us at Less is More this week

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