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Believe Christmas Greeting Card

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Hello everyone! I’ve been a busy little bee creating loads of Christmas projects and I’ve fallen into a Victorian groove lately. Or at least this is my version of it. I think it’s the scripty font on sentiment die cut and the vintagy Santa.

Believe Frosty Window Christmas Greeting Card Polly's Paper Studio 01

This combination of paper patterns reminds me of wall paper in a lovely old house in England. Not that I’ve ever been. Maybe someday. Travel goals.

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The chipboard window is finished to look very antique and has faux snow in the panes to look like a frosty Christmas scene.

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Holiday die cuts are layered here with spacers for depth and some have more of the “snow.”

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A tiny number tag is clipped on to accent the window. All of the elements here are layered over a pretty die cut doily in crisp white.

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Last but not least sparkly jingle bells, ribbon, and twine.

Polly’s Paper Studio~ Believe Christmas Greeting Card

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts~ Double Window Ornament

Really Reasonable Ribbon~ Celery Plaid Ribbon, Ivory Burlap String

Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

Welcome Summer Card

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This card made with my S.E.I. die cuts has a fun little window and flower box.

I coordinated the colors from the shutters and window box for a warmer summery look. Still using the My Mind’s Eye vintage Halloween papers and layering them on  craft brown cardstock.

I choose to embellish this card with a simple length of ribbon and bow then topped it off with a super tiny clothes pin and metal mailing tag.

I had fun playing paper with heather yesterday…and watching reruns of The Finder (my new favorite show.) Then after work and making dinner  I spent my evening on the tractor mowing the back 40  and watched D.H.Kenny and Jonathan throwing the football : ) Followed by a nice rest in the lawn chairs with a lager to watch the sunset. I do love this country life!!

Feeling the need to get back into some shabbyer and vintagy colors so that’s the plan for Jane Day tomorrow. Wish me luck!!

Hope you all have a wonderful day and enjoy some time to be creative. G