Merry Christmas (part 1)

When it’s 90 degrees outside, thoughts of Christmas should be firmly hidden away, but when you make your own greeting cards, you can’t really wait for snowy weather to come along to prompt some Yuletide inspiration. So here is the first Christmas card of the season — inconceivable as that might now seem in mid-June.

Rowhouse Greetings | Christmas | Joy to the World by Penny Black
Rowhouse Greetings | Christmas | Joy to the World by Penny Black
Rowhouse Greetings | Christmas | Yuletide by Kaisercraft
Rowhouse Greetings | Christmas | Yuletide by Kaisercraft

Cardstock: Classic Green by Bazzill 
Patterned Paper: Christmas Plaid by Paper Pizazz
Stamp: Joy to the World by Penny Black; Yuletide by Kaisercraft
Ink: Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®; Versafine™ Onyx Black Ink by Tsukineko®
Dies: A2 Matting Basics A by Spellbinders
Copic® Markers: R20, R22, R27, YG05, YG07, YG09 (present); W3, E30, E31, R20 (cat); W00. W1 (shadow)

2 thoughts on “Merry Christmas (part 1)

    1. It’s crazy, isn’t it? But this is one thing that really can’t wait until the last minute.

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