Friday, November 6, 2009

The Riley's 2009 Vintage/Victorian Christmas Card

Hello everyone. It's another gorgeous day here in Texas. I didn't have much time to scrap, but I have been trying to decide what to do for this years Christmas Card, and this is what I came up with. I really wanted something different, more on the line of Vintage/Victorian style. Not for sure if I achieved that look or not, but I do like the way it came out. I also ordered these cards awhile back from Creative Cuts and More, not really knowing what I was going to do with them, but, I really like the die cut center. So now I know what to do with them... Hope you like it, now I just need to get busy and get the rest of these made up... Here's what I used.
Creative Cuts and More - 5 1/4" Square Filigree Frame Window Card ~ Stardream Shimmer Metallics ~ Emerald
Solid Glitter Gold CS
SU Crosshatch Background Stamp
Archival Pigment Ink ~ Gold
Gold EP
Gold cording
Christmas Ribbon
SU A Greeting for all Reasons Stamp Set
Zing EP
Red Jewels
Santa Image
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Have a wonderful evening!
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Anonymous said...

Very lovely. How did you do the ribbon and cording? So beautiful.

Joan Ervin said...

This is sooo gorgeous, really does have a vintage look to the cording and the adorable Santa image!!!! Hope I'm on your list!!!!!

Crystal said...

Fern this is GORGEOUS!!! WOW I absolutely love your vintage Christmas...STUNNING!

Holly said...

Fern!!! How GORGEOUS!!!! You rocked this Victorian card with that Santa image, that gold cording, and that scalloped card from CC&M!

Die Cut Diva said...

Wow, what a great card -- it is the perfect image for the window and you sure did achieve a vintage look -- everybody would wnat to be ob your Christmas card list (LOL)

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