Thursday, October 1, 2020

Merry Little Christmas - Crystal Ornament

Hello Everyone!
It's a new month and that means the start of a new monthly challenge
 Today I've pulled out a few OLD dies that I haven't used in a very long time (if at all) and came up with this beauty ... hope you like it!

 The dies I've used on today's card are:

Sue Wilson Designs - Woodland Collection - Pine Cone & Greenery
Poppystamps Crystal Ornament Background (#1856) and Crystal Ornament (#1850)
 Spellbinder 5x7 Holly Frame (#S6-040)
Cheery Lynn Designs Pretty Pretty Bow (#B422)
I've used DCWV Holiday Green Glitter paper for the background on my ornaments and Silver Glitter paper for the bow for added holiday sparkle.
 I hope you've enjoyed today's Christmas card and I can't wait to see what you create and share over at the Merry Little Christmas Challenge Blog.
Thanks so much for stopping by and wishing you a fabulous week ahead!
As always ...


  1. Gorgeous use of the traditional colours
    Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner

  2. A gorgeous card Darlene, love the traditional

  3. WOW! That green glitter paper really pops against that beautiful red background! This is such a wonderful mix of dies and makes such a strong graphic layout! This is really nice!
    Hugs - Rachelle : )

  4. Oh, wow, those are COOL ornaments, beautifully framed! The older stuff is just as good as the new, and it's just as fun to play with. You made an awesome card with these dies!

  5. Beautiful Christmas card. Great design.

  6. Wow Gorgeous, I love the beautiful ornaments and the lovely framing of it all and to top it off the perfect bow!

  7. Oooo - just love your sparkly ornament, Darlene - so stunning on the red background with the white frame, bow & pines!! Thanks for the inspiration at Merry Little Christmas where I just played for the first time!


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