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Girly Christmas

Today I want to share with you a cute pink Christmas card! I thought I'd make a girly Christmas card to keep on my stash since I know there may be a Christmas newborn baby, or also a girl I could give this card to with a girly gift this year.


I decided to focus on the lovely Stardream Rose Quartz metallic cardstock, so I die cut a layer and some filigree embellishments from it. I used white leather textured cardstock for my cardbase and top layer, which I die cut using A2 Matting Basics A. I die cut some ornament shaped windows on the top layer with Spellbinders Holiday Tags. I also added a lattice die cut from Heavyweight Vellum with Spellbinders Fancy Lattice and adhered it to the back of the top layer. Next, I attached the pink filigree ornaments to the windows using some Tombow Mono Multi Glue.


Before mounting it all to my card base I added a cute tule bow and pink ribbon. To finish the clean and cute design I added large pearls and Baby Rhinestones - Silver.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my card today. I invite you to visit the store to check out what's new. If you purchase some crafty goodies, don't forget to use the code Gracie-10 to get 10% off your entire order.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Comments

  1. Gorgeous Gracie! I love the ornament within and ornament idea, stunning! Your tulle bow is amazing, really adds flaire! The vellum is subtle, but so beautiful...fabulous idea! hugs :)

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  2. Beautiful "girlie" ornaments...love the pretty layers and adding the tulle pink bow was perfect...another masterpiece!!

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  3. Stunning card Graciellie! Love the colors and design, I mean EVERYTHING on this card.

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