Sunday, June 11, 2017

Christmas Scenes

Time yet again for the girls in the Christmas Card club to show our next batch of cards. Sylvie set the theme and asked for Anything Goes Christmas.  Simples!!!
A quick rootle around in my used christmas card box and found these two card fronts. Not much required doing to theme other than trimming down and adding to base cards made from coloured cardstock. The printed sentiments were in my stash and I simply mounted onto  oddments of the same card stock. The card fronts are raised up on 3D pads to give a bit of dimension but it doesn't show in the photos.



Sometimes quick and easy is the best especially if your short on time.

28 comments:

  1. Quick and easy has to be good for Christmas cards - so often people just put them into the recycling without a thought afterwards which is a shame if you've put a lot of work into them.

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  2. Two beautiful cards Valery, I especially like the scene on the second card.

    Sue xx

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  3. Two great cards using your stash and recycling from your card box. Quick and easy is always a bonus in my book :)
    Lorraine

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  4. Two fabulous cards Valery, great recycling as ever, Kate x

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  5. Great new "old" cards. I love the scene in the second card. It reminds me of a picture I used to have of a small town Christmas.

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  6. Two super cards Mrs. A. I like to recycle Christmas cards too. Barbxx

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  7. Hi Mrs A,
    2 super designed cards and brilliant re-cycling too.
    They are both brilliant.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  8. Hi ValeryAnne, love both cards. I too have 'half done' card fronts waiting to be mounted, one of these days I'll get round to it. Yours turned out so well. Hugs, Shaz Xx

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  9. Thank you for sharing these cards with us today and as you say easy quick and easy cna certainly be the best x

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  10. Two stunning cards Valery... love the scene...
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  11. A fabulous spot of upcycling Mrs A, sometimes quick and easy is all that's needed. Carol x

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  12. brilliant makes Valery - these look really good x

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  13. Great recycling Valery! Two really great cards. Hugs Christine.

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  14. Hi Mrs A your Christmas cards are stunning. I do love recycling old cards. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  15. These cards are so lovely Mrs A and fabulous recycling! huggles Sue xx

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  16. Two great cards, I'm always impressed with your upcycling x

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  17. Great recycling Valery,with lovely images on the card fronts....sorry to be so late in the day commenting but we have been all day on the road travelling...a few days away so fingers crossed for the weather....xxxx

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  18. Two fabulous cards Mrs A, rather worried, don't tell me the elves have pinched Santa slay, he's starting early!

    Kath x

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  19. Quick, easy and lovely! You brought us Christmas in June! Thank you!

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  20. Your Christmas cards are simple and lovely. You will be well supplied come December while some of us (my hand is raised) will be hectic and scrambling to get everything done. Kudos to you dear. <3

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  21. Brilliant cards Valery. Love them both. Hugs Rita xxx

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  22. Two super cards - great recycling! I must admit that I've got a box of card fronts from last years cards and the year before, all trimmed down ready to use - but I keep forgetting to use them! xx

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  23. Nothing wrong with quick and easy, especially with such pretty scenes, too good to waste! Xxx

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  24. Easy peasy but.....very nice indeed!!
    Lia xx

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  25. You have done so well upcycling these beautiful images! Quick and easy cards, but also lovely! :)

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  26. Both cards are so lovely and nice to know you re-cycled both the fronts to produce these beautiful cards x

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