Friday, November 28, 2008

Rejoice In The Miracle of the Season



Well, I hope you all had a wonderfully scrumptious Thanksgiving yesterday! I certainly did, and I can prove it because I can't get my pants zipped! Just kidding.

I guess the Christmas Season is officially on now that Thanksgiving is behind us. Or, are we on to Valentine's Day already? LOL!

I'm still on a roll trying to use up scraps and what-not on my cards. This card uses up paper scraps from last Christmas. The really cool hemp/twine you see underneath the star is really a "ribbon". Those strands are all connected, just like in a ribbon. I got it in a box of goodies from CARDS magazine.

The velvet button you see on top of the star is very old, very vintage. I just love it. It adds the perfect touch to this Christmas card, doesn't it?

Holiday Hugs,
Amy

6 comments:

  1. Amy this is wonderful! I adore the vintage feel you've given your card. It spells out warmth and comfort. What a treasure!

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  2. Amy,
    I love this one.It's so very old fashioned and heritage reminiscent. What a special card for a Mom or Grandmom . Including a old family photo in an antique frame would make a terrific gift in itself.
    Thanks again for sharing with all of us.

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  3. A very beautiful heartwarming card, Amy. You really do amaze me with your talent using designer paper.

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  4. Oh so pretty Amy. I've not stopped by in so long ... been busy with the little ones and the day just runs away from me {no time for computers}. Oh but one day they'll be older and in school all day and then I'll be making some time out for me and my art! *wink* Thanks for inspiring me whenever I get the chance to peek in. (now on to read some of your latest posts and find some more eye candy!)

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  5. This is beautiful Amy. Yes I agree it is very vintage and elegant.

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  6. Fabulous! Beautiful!!
    I too got some of that ribbon from Cards! How funny is that? I used it up, every last scrap! :)

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