Back in January, I made a promise to myself to make at least one Christmas card a month so I would have a good start for the holiday this year. Well, needless to say, my intentions were good. Finally, this week, I made my first Christmas card of the year and here it is.
The papers and Santa chipboard are old K&Co papers that I've had for awhile. I simply rounded the corners and inked the edges. A sheer red ribbon was tied around the papers. I dabbed some Inka Gold around the edge of the Santa chipboard and glued it to the top of a layered Recollections snowflake. The rhinestones are from Michael's. I then tied a double bow of baker's twine onto a silver bell and attached it to the red bow. Here is a closer image.
Well, now I can finally say my Christmas cardmaking is underway and hopefully there will be more to follow! I love the Christmas season, so I look forward to making more.
On another note, does anyone know what went on with Google Reader? I thought it was no longer to be in service as of July 1, but I am still getting my daily feeds. I did sign up with Bloglovin just in case, but I am glad Google Reader is still around.
Have a wonderful week and thanks so much for stopping by!