Christmas Greetings for Clearly Whimsy Stamps

Friday, August 21, 2015

Hi friends. I have a real CAS Christmas card for you today featuring a gorgeous die from Clearly Whimsy Stamps. I die cut several of the Christmas large word die and then glued them together. The other part of my sentiment comes from the Christmas Greetings stamp set.  It got a little more lost in the background paper then I would have liked but I didn't have time to redo this. I figure, it's still a Christmas card that I can send so all is well.

I hope each of you is doing well and having a good week. School started yesterday for my kids so life is a bit crazy right now. Even crazier than normal. :) I'm sure many of you can relate. Crafty hugs!


Here's a closer look at the products I used from Clearly Whimsy Stamps on today's card.






9 comments :

Sandie Gough said...

So simple yet so effective and a fun way to bring modern designs to Christmas x
hugs xx

Jeanne said...

Oh the real fun begins now with the kids back in school, right?! Haha! The like the background paper you chose, it's really festive. I also like the font of the die for Christmas. The layering gives it great texture. Altogether a very nice Christmas card. :) Have a lovely weekend.

Marybeth said...

My daughters are telling me the same thing about the craziness of getting back to school. ( I remember it too)
What a fun Christmas card Alanna!

KayM said...

Such a cute card! That background paper is so perfect! Good luck with the back to school craziness! :)

Darnell J Knauss said...

I love this genius way to use pretty patterned paper for a Christmas card, Alanna! QACAS and easy-to-mail (ETM?) is definitely a great idea!! Enjoy your day!! Hugs, Darnell

Sharli Schaitberger said...

Great card! I love that die cut!

Kim Heggins said...

This is just one fabulous Christmas card and such a clever use of patterned paper.

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, so fun! I love the font on the Christmas die!

Joyce said...

Hi there Alanna. I feel like it has been forever since I have come by for a visit. I see that you are up to your usual tricks, which is showing me more ways to creatively use patterned papers in my cards. This is a real beauty, and I love how the paper works with that die cut word. Hope you are well.

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