White Christmas Card

There seems to be something magical about a White Christmas especially to those of us Down Under where we actually celebrate Christmas in Summer maybe even at the beach.

It has been a while since I participated in a Card challenge and this week's challenge at Less is More is one that I couldn't resist, especially with the extra time I have on my hands whilst my dear hubby is overseas in New Zealand for 9 days.

My Christmas Joy
This card has utilized my Cuttlebug to cut the flowers and one doily type square and a trellis border punch for the back layer. Added a couple of feathers and a pretty ribbon and it was an easy card to do. Just layers and layers.
This is my very first Christmas card for the year. Have you started any Christmas projects yet?

14 comments:

  1. Just lovely!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  2. Wow I cannot believe this is your first Christmas card this year...I have been making them for months lol! It is beautiful though! I love the addition of the feather :)
    Lizy xx

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    1. I can't really get my head around Christmas Cards just yet!

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    1. I hadn't thought of it as a smiling flower but yeah flowers esp daisy types are 'happy' flowers

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  4. Lovely card :) My card for this challenge was my first Christmas this year ...i really didn't want to think about it just yet lol but good to get started.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    Kate xx

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    1. I am really enjoying looking at everyone's white on white Christmas cards.

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  5. Very, very pretty!
    Thanks for your kind comment on my LIM card :), it was my first Christmas card of this year too!
    Anita

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    1. Thanks for the return visit & comment. I am not in a hurry to do more Christmas Cards just yet... though obviously will have to get cracking soon enough!

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  6. die cut layers work really well with the white on white theme. great card.

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    1. As you say the various cards attesting to the numerous interpretations of white on white is very evident in this week's challenge. Aren't most of them great?

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  7. fabby flower

    Thanks for joining us this week
    Jen x
    "Less Is More"

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  8. Beautiful WOW card :) Viv xx

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