Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Tomorrow is Christmas!
I hope everyone has a blessed Christmas and a wonderful New Years!

I created a couple of last minute Christmas Cards using Kaisercraft Frosted Collection!

Layer pattern paper on to card front. 
Die Cut Sizzix Doily from Kraft paper; adhere to front of card. 
Add image to front of card. 
Fussy cut second like image from the pattern paper and place on card front with pop dots. 

Add prepared flower and twine bow. 

Add fussy cut flourishes and “Season’s Greetings” sentiment to card. 
Cut small flag from pattern paper; add to top of card. 
Add small enamel dot. 
Make your “Wishing You Good Cheer” like the one above. 
Place another of the images to the top of card front. 
I hope you are inspired to make a few cards in the upcoming year!
Thanks so much for stopping by and I would love for you to follow me on the Scrapbook Flair Blog!
Hugs Pam
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One thought on “Season’s Greetings and Wishing You Good Cheer!

  1. Unknown says:

    These are so unique and fun. I love the vintage feel and those photos are wonderful. Most of all I love the unusual colors – not red/green! Merry Christmas to you too Pam. Thank you so much for always being such a great inspiration. I love seeing your creativity and admire your talents so much. I also love your posts about your family. You and your hubby are so cute! Sending you wishes for great blessings in the New Year. Big Hugs. j.

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