Christmas Card Selection, Part Two

Published December 23, 2013 by isisimaginings

Hello again, all the stamps on these cards are from old sets of Chocolate Baroque stamps. By now, I was getting VERY tired of Christmas crafting, so they got simpler & simpler as I went along.


Embossing. I think I stamped the trees image with Salty Ocean DI. I used blue pearlescent card for the reindeer & used this fab diamond mesh on the corners.


Memory Box die & the tree was stamped with Fern Green Archival ink.


Joy Craft die cut snowflake.



A tangled string, the tree stamped with Red Geranium Archival.


A strip of washi tape & the snowflakes stamped with Peacock Feathers & Orange Blossom Archival.

And that is it for my Christmas cards of 2013. As usual, I had great plans & as usual they fell by the wayside. Such is life. I’ve got one more Christmas post to share, so see you tomorrow – Christmas Eve!


8 comments on “Christmas Card Selection, Part Two

  • I’ve remembered why I absolutely love Christmas trees & it’s just as well I have that very stamp sheet of Chocolate Baroque images. I love the way you added sparkles to the baubles on the swirly try & balanced the CAS look with the tangled border (you know which one I’m speaking of for I keep looking at it). Your second one is another favourite. I had great fun enlarging each one to look at.
    Have a lovely Christmas.
    Paula (PEP)

  • Oh boy, didn’t realise i was so far behind leaving comments on your posts, sorry!

    Your cards are really beautiful, number two is particularly appealing but all are elegant, chic & clean & simple, perfect:-) x

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