Christmas Recap – The Cards

I never got around to sharing the holiday hoopla around here. Better late than never, right? Besides, I’m not ready to pack it up until November just yet anyway.

Here are the cards I made this year.

This was my assembly line card. I used an image from a vintage Christmas card for the background and embellished it with glitter and puffy “snow” flocking.

Then I added a deer that I cut from October Afternoon paper.

I made a small series of cards using another vintage image. This time, I experimented with textures and patterns for the background. I layered woven paper that was the texture of a dryer sheet with vintage sheet music and wax paper.

This one got an extra-special treatment with the addition of a glittered snowflake.

And finally, I had one deer left over from the other cards and used him on a card that I made by layering vintage sheet music, wrapping paper scraps, ribbon, a stamped sentiment, and festive jingle bell.

I have a few ornaments and some other things to share. I’ve had trouble getting Blogger to work properly, so I hope I can get those posts up soon.

One comment to Christmas Recap – The Cards

  • Audrey Pettit  says:

    Your cards are absolutely adorable, Erica! I just love your sweet vintage style. The sheet music with that little girl image is fabulous. SO love the scenes you made with the little deer, too. Your assembly line card with the happy house scene has got to be one of my most favorites of yours, ever!

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