Christmas Greeting Cards

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Hey there friends and crafty peeps! Just dropping in to share some fun and festive Christmas greeting cards I created with beautiful trims from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

This card has wood tones and a warmer red palate. I was able to coordinated the trim to match perfectly. The flower arrangement is created with a combination of Little Birdie Crafts flowers and a Lotus flower from RRR. I switched out the center for a stamen that would be a better fit for a holiday card.

I absolutely love this card! This is the brightest and most retro palate I’ve worked with for quite a while. I created all the flowers for this card and finished it off with a perfectly coordinating chevron striped twill. If this ain’t festive I don’t know what is!

Of course I had to make a card with pink! It’s just so sweet and I’m in love with those polka dots! Adding plaid trim helps to create a more generous arrangement of flowers and really helps to ancho the corner!

~Polly’s Paper Studio~ Tis the Season Greeting Card, Holly Jolly Christmas Greeting Card, Merry Christmas Happy New Year Greeting Card.

~Really Reasonable Ribbon~ Coral Rose Mini Check Ribbon, Blue Chevron Striped Twill, Delicate Stitched Satin Sherry, White Lotus Flower, Gold Double Head Stamen, Ivory Burlap String.

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

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  1. Such lovely cards, Ginny! And I’m here to tell you that this pink card really does look nice and festive for the holidays…a more subdued color seems to work in my traditional creative brain. The blue card reminds me of a friend from long ago…she had turquoise kitchen appliances. And yes, my favorite remains the traditional colors. My cards ramped up when I became brave enough to follow your lead and add dangle charms…LOVE the look, movement and sound!! Wonderful holiday cards!!

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