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Jingle Belles #16

The challenge over at Jingle Belles this week is to use a die-cut (or die-cutS) on our card.

Here is my card:

Season's Greetings

Season's Greetings

Click the pic to big the pic.

Card stock: PTI
Patterned paper: Making Memories
Die-cuts: Making Memories (the birds, the mistletoe and the sentiment)
Brads: Stash
Other: Distressing tool – Making Memories



10 comments to Jingle Belles #16

  • Cute! I like the cardinals under the mistletoe :)

  • I love those sweet birds on their musical landscape … such a playful holiday design … thanks for joining our jingle belles fun.

  • how much do i *LOVE* this fun and clever card??! ok, actually, it’s a trick question b/c every time i look at it i love it a bit more, even, so the answer is incalcuable…but in a really realllllly GOOD way!!

    in addition to its beauty, your lovely card also proves my theory that one can start with “store bought” parts like those adorable diecut birds… and end up with a card that is 100% original and 100% FAB… well done, you!!! <3 <3 <3

  • Very sweet! I LOVE those pretty cardinals:)

  • Very cute! The love bird carinals under the mistletoe is such a cute idea! :)

  • Jennifer, this card is lovely! I really love those cardinals and the paper goes perfectly with everything! Beautiful!

  • Lisa

    love that mistletoe! gorgeous. really lovely card

  • adorable card! Love the cardinal diecuts! Hope you link to Betty Bee’s Buzz too!!!

  • beautiful card, love the cardinals :)

  • I think this is a great card! The birds tell a wonderful story, and they are my favorite kind of cards! Love that they are facing each other under the mistletoe! Great use of musical paper, torn edges, bold colors… just a super card all around!! Thanks for sharing with us at BettyBee’s Buzz!! I am inspired, for sure:) Please come and play in the hive often!

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