f The Bugbytes: A Simple Christmas card

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December 2, 2011

A Simple Christmas card

This is Pam from TheBugBytes & PapillonDigitalDesigns and it is my turn at She's a Sassylady. Thanks Sheila for having my in your Design Team.
Today the project I decided to do was a simple Christmas card
Not surprising -  I did not use any die cutting system - just scissors and a fiskar cutter for this one. My handy dandy Dover Image and I did use Silhouette Studio - not for cutting but to make my own pattern paper out of a red color and some snowflake designs ,  ink, stickles, glue , some burlap or gunny sack which I got from flower section in joann's I think and some ribbon - a red plaid design. I also had a tree felt ribbon from costco - so I snipped 4 tiny trees and used some beads to decorate that (used liquid fabritec pens from walmart) and used that tree instead of brads at 2 of the corners.
Here is the view of the image which I cut with fiskar cutter

I stuck the pattern paper back to back and inked it with red ink.
Front view of the card

A side view.

The back of the card

A quick card for Christmas.
Thanks for reading this post . I so appreciate all the lovely comments you leave.
Happy Christmas in advance!

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Michelle said...

Pam, such beautiful cards. I am really going to have to get into those Dover images, perhaps you can help m in February?

Dayna Sabrina said...

Pam this is amazing! Wow! You are going to have to give me some serious lessons in February!

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