Monday, November 24, 2014

"Flower Girl" Christmas Card

Hey Peeps!  Hope you're all having a fab weekend.  I went to Jenny's craft fair yesterday which was the highlight of my day.   :-)   Got some awesome crafty goodies for gifts made by some creatively talented ladies.    

Spreading the word.......did you hear the BIG NEWS about Tee for Good Fortune featuring Misaki by Sister Stamps?   For a very limited time only, you can order a tee, hoodie, tank top, and/or women's fit tee.  Click here for the details or on my sidebar.

After this post, I've got a couple more sets of Christmas cards to share then will post my blogaversary candy so I hope you'll pop in for a visit to enter for a chance to win.

The "Blooming Poinsettia" by Memory Box is one of my favorite holiday dies which I got at Island Scrapbooking.   Thought I'd add this cutie patootie from the "Flower Girl" set by Dandelion Designs which I got at Ben Franklin Crafts.  Topped it off with the laser cut sentiment, by and from Island Scrapbooking.   An easy-peasy card.



And here are 6 of them.....

Thanks for stopping by and HAVE A SCRAP HAPPY DAY!!!!

7 comments:

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Karen, beautiful cards, lovely die and the little image is so cute, have a great week, hugs Kate x

Deloris said...

That image is super cute and I love the pretty die cuts!

eva said...

great card, karen! that poinsettia die is gorgeous!

Leanne said...

oh lucky duck!! glad you got a chance to go check out jenny's fair.
adorable card, i especially love the little girl peeking around the petals. super sweet!!

Colleen Kwan said...

How fun! You got to go to Jenny's craft fair. I am glad that you found some fun products to purchase.

What a clever and cute idea to have the little girl peeking out from the petals.

Ellie said...

Such a cute set of cards! Beautifully done!

eunice said...

Goodness, goodness...I haven't had a chance to blog for what feels like forever...hubby came by today with his laptop so I have just a little while to check out the internet. Scrolled down and saw all your fabulous xmas cards...man Karen, you are just amazing!