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Monday, November 28, 2011

Christmas Dreams


I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I had a nice time with extended family. It is very rainy here today, so I have been working on a card that I am entering into two challenges. I saw this fold not long ago and I have really been wanting to try it.  At Basic Grey we are to use a household item on our project. I cut up a key chain and used it as the ornaments on the trees. I used Basic Grey papers from the Life of the Party and the Basics packs. The challenge at Magnolia-licious is a cozy Christmas picture for inspiration. As you can see I honed in on the Christmas tree! I had so much fun making this card. I wanted to show how the card looked when it was folded, so I had to use some removable tape to keep it shut! Here is the template for the folds. I hope you have fun making this too!

8 comments:

  1. What a great card - and beautifully done with those designer papers and cute little girl! Thanks for the template!

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  2. April, this came out great. Love how it looks and those little chains are great for decorating the trees!!

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  3. How creative, fun, and pretty too! Love the fold and your trees for Tilda are so pretty too! TFS the fold instructions!!

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  4. What a fabulous card. Love it.

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  5. Super cool folds, April. A great festive card.

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  6. Hi April! What an amaaaaazing card! I love this! And this is the perfect Tilda...sooooo adorable! Thanks so much for joining us at Magnolia licious! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  7. Really imaginative card with the folds, colors and decorations. Your usual super work!

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