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onsdag 7. september 2011

Christmascards in September

Here comes my 2. and 3. Christmascard in September. Together with the one I posted yesterday (also shown further down in this post) they complete my 3 Christmascards in September for Hjertebodens Juleblogg.
I bought some Hänglar & Stänglar-stamps used earlier, and of course I had to use them as quick as possible (Hedda was terrified that someone could sell their stamp"friends", and I had to promise her that I never would sell "ours" (as she refers to it - LOL)

I HAVE to decorate the insides too - I don't feel that the card is finished without doing it.

This "blue" christmascard is for Bah! Humbug!s challenge "Xmas Sentiments/ Text", and for Christmas Crafting!s Challenge "Christmas Sparkle", too

I just have to show the inside of the card too. I think this dark blue DP from MajaDesign is sooo beautiful!
Here's a close up of the lovely Hänglar&Stänglar-stamp. Isn't he just the cutest!
Here's the card from yeaterdays post, showing my third (actually my first) september christmascard. I've used Stamps from Magnolia here.
You can read more about it in the post from yesterday :)

So this was a month with no red, green and gold-coloured christmascards - so far...
I've got my hands on the new christmaspapers from BoBunny and Pion (so lovely that I'm a bit afraid to put the scissors into them :s), and today I saw 3ndyPapirs and Poppydesigns new christmaspapers - OH! It will be wonderful days for a paperaddict like me....


6 kommentarer:

  1. lovely cards with great use of background papers and colours.thank you for entering the Christmas Crafting Challenge.

  2. Lovely cards thanks for joining us this month at Christmas Crafting. Arlinex

  3. Gorgeous cards! Those stamps are fab and lovely sparkle! Thanks for joining us at Christmas Crafting this month!xx

  4. Beautiful cards, thanks for playing along with Christmas Crafting!

  5. These cards are all so pretty, aren't the Magnolia stamps just adorable! Thanks for joining us at Christmas Crafting this month :o)

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