Traditional colored christmas card

November 30, 2015

Hi everyone!
It's Wiebke here and today I want to a share a card made with the Snowman Friends set!
For some of you not knowing me - I LOVE craft paper backgrounds for christmas cards. Omg, no single christmas without a plenty of these! Today, I combined this cute little snowman with an clear embossed craft paper background. To let it look a bit more interesting, I blended some brown Distress Ink Color on the edges. Combined with lots of red colors, you'll get a traditional colored christmas card!


Happy first Advent and have a good start into the month december!


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