Ya know, sometimes you just get on a roll and you can't stop? Well that's the way it was with these Scallop Circle Swinging Z-fold cards from The Paper Cut! I love the ease that these cards went together! The Wild Cherry makes a great background for Santa! Something to remember this time of year is that it's a great opportunity to pick up some fabulous embellies--these circle figures are actually mini ornaments at Wal-mart in the Christmas aisles-at 4 @ $1.00 they make a great present/card for a friend!
The next one I started on was this Reindeer and snowflake card~Kind of has this country feel to it? This card base was Hot Fudge and I used a great golden snowflake paper that reversed to the golden stripe. On the swinging part of the card I cut a red plaid flower circle as a background for the ornament and then added some wooden snowflakes plus some cardstock stickers.
Using an unusual color for Christmas, Sour Apple, I found some great papers and accents to bring out the Penguins' green scarf. Then I used The Paper Cuts' cardstock called Botanic to cut out some evergreen border/sprigs with my Memory Box die. The ornament has a Jingle Bell brad at the top!
And now my favorite image in the wintertime! A Snowman~such a fun snowy scene complete with snowballs. And using another reversible paper it makes the accents just the right color. I used a white blank from The Paper Cut but it's called Cryogen White and is SO smooth and great weight! I used the Frostyville die from Memory Box to create the snowfall flurries