Thursday, November 8, 2012

Simple Fast Christmas Cards....

Hi,

I Love the Online Card Classes and try to take each and every one!  The one I'm taking now is Holiday Card Workshop.

 Time is running out and I must get some Christmas cards made......
I was Inspired by a Card that Amber Kemp-Gerstel made in yesterday's Class.  I Love Distress Inks with Water Splashes as you might know and Have had this set of Spellbinders Dies forever to make Banners.  After yesterdays class it dawned on me that the Small Triangle would make a perfect little tree and I could do them up real fast in MY Colors.....
So Here is what I came up with and made six cards Really Fast!!!



I used the Hero Arts Stamp set Miracle of The Holiday for the Sentiment and Hero Arts Wet Cement Ink....
Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean Distress Inks and Hero Arts Notecards for the Base.....
I plan on making several more of these as they go together so fast and I need fast as time is running out!!

Hope you have a great day and Thanks for Stopping by!!







11 comments:

donna mikasa said...

Awesome!! Love your set of cards! You can probably crank out tons of them, too! LOVE!!!

Jana said...

So cute! I love the colors

Cindy C. said...

That's one awesome CAS design!!

Barb said...

So clever, Kelly! Just love this beautiful set! :)

Lin said...

LOVE the way this turned out, Kelly! Super design!

Alice Wertz said...

love love your watercolor trees! fabulous simple design, too. so clever! i adore this set!!

Janet a.k.a. swanlady21 said...

Gorgeous! Love the colours

Dawn said...

fabulous cards Kelly.

Kelley said...

Cute, fast trees! Love your colors.

KazzyCollar said...

I love you cards and the colours are wonderful! What a good idea, I have the same banner set and you have inspired me to use them - as I've never used them yet! Thanks, Karen

Beate said...

More beautiful Christmas cards. LOVE the trees!!! LOVE the cards.
Hugs and smiles

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