Four Cards for Christmas in July

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Hello there Peeps! Well I’m going out with a bang for my Christmas in July projects and sharing four in the same post! Of course I planned to share one every day….but the heat and humidity had me not in the mood to write posts…so this is the only way to get caught up.

This might be the most traditional card I’ve posted so far..and on the last day too!  I’m combining a swell gingham with what I can only describe as sweater pattern. Is there a name for it? I’ve only ever seen it on Christmas sweaters so that’s what I’m going with.
I’ve got more of the sweater pattern here but this time paired with buffalo check. To ensure that the focal images remain the star of the card I’ve layered them over doilies to separate the busy patterns.

Red doilies? Yep I went there too. And just check out that awesome snowflake ribbon..I am swooning.

Last but not least……this card is my favorite of the batch because that image just yells Christmas with the gloves and cocoa and candy cane. Those gorgeous flowers coordinate so perfectly and the leaves bring a welcome pop of green.
BoBunny Patterned Papers~ Merry and Bright Collection
Okay that’s all for me. Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G
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2 responses »

  1. Hi Ginny. Coffee on the back porch while drooling over your beautiful cards. I just love Christmas in July. Have a great Monday…it’s a holiday here 🇨🇦 Today.

  2. Love every one of these delightful cards! Traditional colors will always draw me into a Christmas frame of mind. This sweater pattern seems to be popular this year…I’ve seen several new holiday collections with prints like this…a Scandinavian touch. Nice!

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