Happy Holidays Santa Christmas Greeting Card Blog hop with RRR

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Hey there Peeps and welcome to the October Blog Hop with Really Reasonable Ribbon.

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The team is creating projects with the October Ribbon Club Christmas Assortment.a9174-october2bribbon2bclub2bassortment2brrr

You should be coming to me from my dear friend Gloria. If you’re just joining in you’ll want to head on over to the RRR Blog to start at the beginning.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 01

I’m loving the traditional colors of this collection it goes so well with this gorgeous vintagy Santa.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 02

I’ve added so many fun seasonal embellishments.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 03

Evergreen picks with sparkly berries are joined by large dimensional flowers and a festive jingle bell.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 04

Chipboard flourishes finished in white with a bit of sparkle add lots of texture without competing with the busy patterns.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 05

Snowflakes and vintage buttons and a large tag with eyelet and tied with twine helps to fill in this side of the card and balance the floral arrangement.

Happy Holidays Vintage Santa Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 06

Of course you all know I love my die cut doilies and prills so I added those too!

Additional RRR supplies used are~ White Magnolias, Red Aster Daisy. 

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts~ Flourishes, Snowflake Shapes Set.

Okay your next stop in the hop is the lovely and talented Cheryl.

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

15 responses »

  1. That red bell is perfect for this delightful Santa card! Love all the traditional colors of this ribbon collection. Nice!

  2. I love the two gorgeous ribbons you used together here – so beautiful!
    And your card is stunning with all the pretty pieces and the dainty doily
    peeking underneath.

  3. What a festive and darling greeting! It reminds me of the pretty Christmas corsages my mother and grandmothers wore for the holidays. Love the layers and traditional colours.
    Thank you for sharing! 🙂

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