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Jingle All the Way


Yikes I was just under the wire getting this done and posted for Unity's weekly FWF!  Seriously, I think I posted this at 12:56 AM EST this morning and the linky closed at midnight CST.
The photo above doesn't really illustrate the way the card is constructed.  So, here a photo with the card open:


I love this particular folding pattern and over the years have used it on several different occasions from birthdays to weddings and baby congrats.

"Jingle all the Way" is from Unity's SMAK November 2012 kit. and the sentiment on the inside and the snowflakes are from the Welcome Winter stamp set.

I think someone asked about the designer paper in the comments, below.  It's Stampin Up! from the holiday catalog, as is the card stock, embossing folders, little pearls, and ink.   

Besides FWF, I'm also posting this over in Freshly Made Sketches.


Anyway, have a great weekend.  It's beautiful and warm here today, so I'm going to try to get out and enjoy it while it lasts!


Comments

Meredith said…
Hah! And I thought that I'd be the last to post! ;) I love all the texture going on in your card...and aren't medallions fun? Great job.
Lucy E. said…
Great card-love how much the medallion added, ans how simple it is :)
Carol L said…
Beautiful elements of color in this design, and the rosette is fabulous!!
That rosette is to die for! I flt like I was wrapped in a warm Nordic sweater!
really cute! what paper is that? BG?
Tracy said…
Love your card...rosette is fabulous!!!
Love the papers too.
xoxox
Tracy said…
Loving your joy and falalala crds too...now i`m singing Christmas songs,lol!!
Crystal said…
Very pretty card, that fold is stunning!
LauraJane:) said…
BEAUTIFUL medalian.
Linda Suarez said…
Love this Christmas card! The images are pretty and that rosette is a real stunner. Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!
Tameko said…
So pretty. Love the design!
JPScraps said…
Awesome Christmas card! I love the rosette.
Julie Odil said…
This is a great card! Love the fold and the rosette. The colors are great, too -- and the texture. Gee, I guess I'm pretty much gushing over the whole thing!
Allisa said…
Fabulous card, you did an awesome job with the sketch! Thanks for playing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Cindy Hall said…
Very cool card; I love the fold! Beautiful colors and great textures, too. Thanks for sharing with us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!

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