Friday, August 30, 2013

Flashback Friday- Surprise!!

Do not adjust your monitor! I am really here with a Flashback Friday again!!!  I am really trying to keep up with my Christmas card making so I'm not freaking out mid December!  So I pulled out some retired Snow Festival dsp.  One of my favorite sheets from this set is the various images placed perfectly in squares.  It is soooo easy to make cards with this and I didn't use a single stamp on these!!  So easy that I managed to make 4 cards in one short sitting!

Another flashback item- Baja Breeze seam binding

Like I said, these were incredibly simple, but I think they turned out pretty cute!  I hope I've inspired you to dig into some of your older supplies and make something new too! Have a wonderful weekend and happy crafting!

Card Recipe:  Paper-Snow Festival, gumball green, primrose petals, soft suede, Accessories- Petals a Plenty embossing folder, Baja breeze seam binding, gumball green stitched satin ribbon, vintage faceted button


  1. Now that's brilliant!!! You take the panic right out of holiday card making :D
    Happy Weekend SIB

  2. They're ALL adorable! Cute, cute, cute! Love the images you used.

  3. Good for you getting a head start on you holiday cards - and such quick, cute ones, too =)

  4. these are really cute cards Margaret- that dsp is one that I don't own and it sure makes for some great cards

  5. Hi Margaret, What sweet cards!
    There are a few changes happening over at ABAC including a Facebook group for better communication. We would love you to join us - Susan's taking care of it
    Enjoy your long weekend :)

  6. You are wise for getting your cards done ahead of time!!! I have barely started mine!!! ;) Super cards, too, the papers are great!!

  7. these are some great Christmas cards and using up the stash is always wonderful-hope you are doing well

  8. Beautiful! I really like the colors:-) they coordinate so well, they'd make a great set to give as a gift!


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