Wednesday, 23 June 2021

Be Jolly

This card was made using up bits and pieces from my desk. I had a portion of a Gelli plate print left over, plus a piece of gold card with enough space to die-cut the sentiment and the tree outline. The panel for the trees was also cut from a scrap of matching card. So it was all quick to put together. It might be a good proposition for mass production of Christmas cards, as this is a two part die set... the background and the separate outline and not one where the inserts have to be reinserted... although you could do this if you only had the outline die.

Clean and Simple

Seeing this Gelli Plate print makes me think that I should get it out again! 



  1. Very great creation! I like the style so very much. Thanks for jonining us at SFC.
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  2. Hello Chrissie! Gosh this is fabulous, stunning background you used for the trees - like you I have both dies and you're right - a great idea for 'batch baking'. I've made a run of four using these dies in the past - with my current 'tally' I need more like 40! Hope you're keeping well.


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  3. Love those trees and the touch of gold!
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  4. It's a cliché, but it's true: Simple yet elegant. That's my favorite kind of card, and I love this one. :)

  5. I love it. It's not too early to make Christmas cards. Better than waiting until the last minute. What is the tree die? Did I miss the name in the post? TY


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