Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas Cards

Stopping in to wish you all a Merry Christmas and to share a few more Christmas Cards.  These are some I created last year for the Cricut Circle Magazine.  Circle Members can find Gypsy files and directions here.  These are from the November, 2010, magazine.

Happy Holidays card above uses Echo Park Merry Christmas paper and Imaginisce sentiment stamp.

Seasons Greetings card above uses Imaginisce Cottage Christmas collection and the Winter card below is all solid color cardstock with embossing.

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  1. Oh Cindy, these are all STUNNING! Love every little detail!

  2. super beautiful cards! I was thinking these would even be terrific scrapbook pages.


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