Fab Christmas

I'm really getting in to the Christmas crafting this week, here's my festive second post in a row.  This time I'm playing along with Fab Friday and their design layout challenge.
I grabbed out the Basic Borders dies for this card and made my tricolour sentiment piece in Basic White, Shaded Spruce, and Cherry Cobbler.  Isn't that Merry Christmas from the Poinsettia Place stamp set the perfect addition to this card?  Underneath that I added a snow effect to the Crumb Cake cardstock by drawing little white dots with a white gel pen.

Down the bottom of the card I drew the eye's focus down to a little tree I made using the Stitched Triangle dies and some little rhinestone gems.

It's a pretty clean and simple kind of Christmas card, but that's me to a tee!

Need help making this card up?  Drop me a line, I'd love to hear from you.

Crafty hugs,

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  1. Such cool borders - and all those dots - that's dedication, lol. Lovely! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

  2. Too cute! Love the chevron borders and cute little tree. Thanks for joining us at Fab Friday!


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