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Mon 08

A Christmas card with candles

Hello everyone!

Here is my card for the blitz at last! The blog blitz is great fun for everyone, isn't it? New amazing products, wonderful projects form DT and a winner in each post! WoW!

So this is the card I made. To tell the truth I never did Christmas card so early before but I liked it - a great opportunity to be ready for the holidays beforehand!))





And here are the wonderful products I used for the card:

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98366 98690

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And don't forget to leave comments in each post - the more comments you leave the more chances you have to win a prize (a die or a stamp) in EACH post!

Have a nice day!




Such a lovely card!! Love how your BG is brightened behind the candles, as it would be if they were really lit!!
<3 J

love the card!

Have to have the beautiful candles die and I love how you've accented the card with the gold to highlight areas.

I love the traditional flair to this design. It is very beautiful. The candle die will be added to my wish list.

Loving the border and how it anchors the candles! Really really beautiful and classic look.

Wonderfully crafted card - love the use of various dies here.

OMG ~ can I just say YUM?! Lots of original thinking here...

What a lovely subtle effect. Love it

What a beautiful way to use these dies

The dies this year are so much fun and gorgeous. Love this candles. I can see I'm going broke!

So lovely... I love these delicate dies, they add so much embellishment without over crowding the composition.

Beautiful card!

Just beautiful. I like the candle die too.

Love this new candle die and your card is great. Love the distressed look.

Lovely card! The candle die looks very elegant and traditional - and I love those snowflakes!

Very pretty!

The candles and holly are beautifully combined in this classic card design! Thank you for sharing this idea.

Very pretty. It is only July and I'm beginning to think of Christmas cards.

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