Favorite Christmas Card

Sometimes you create a Christmas card you put so much love and effort into it, you don’t want to give it away.  That is the way I felt about this card.  I truly enjoy how it came about and love the end result so much that I had to share it with others.  This week, I have posted this card onto both the Color Dare – December Holiday Link Party and the Heart2Heart Christmas Critters Challenge.


This card was designed using our Beary Christmas papers, Gold Foil Paper, and some Cricut® cuts, then stamped using Thoughtful Bird stamp set. I have used this stamp set before in a few projects.  It takes a little getting used to, but it worth the purchase.  You can use the SEARCH feature to find more projects using this stamp set.  I plan on making more throughout the year. 🙂

Even though this card was one I fell in love with, I did choose to give it away to someone special.  I can’t wait to try to make another project using the Thoughtful Bird stamp set and I would love to see any projects you have made.

I can’t wait to see what you create!



7 thoughts on “Favorite Christmas Card

  1. Love everything about your Christmas card…beautiful and bright. Fantastic stamping on the bird. Thanks for sharing with us at Color Dare’s Holiday Linky Party…come back again you still have a couple days to be eligible for random draw prizes.


  2. Such a gorgeous card, Carrie! I love how he appears to be standing on the twig. Pretty frame and great colors. Thanks for playing along with the Color My Heart Color Dare Traditional Christmas Colors challenge. Please join us again in 2018.
    🙂 Marie


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