Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Final Episode of 30 Minute Cards - #10

This will be the last post in the 30 Minute Card series---by now, I'm sure, you've figured out that the majority of my cards are truly 30 minute cards! LOL!

This is one of the Christmas cards that I'm going to take to Creative Women's meeting as an example of cards that are done simply, but look great.

I spent more time deciding which piece of vintage Christmas clip art than I did constructing the card itself.

A Martha Stewart edge punch was used for the lace piece, and I ran it and the solid green through my Cuttlebug for texture.  There's Clear Star Gelly Roll pen work on the snowflakes to add some bling to those.


The images are free clip art that I found online and resized in my card making software.

Hope everyone's enjoyed the quick card series and maybe got a little inspiration from them too! Thanks for stopping by and checking them out!

3 comments:

Country Twinkle said...

I love your 30 minute Christmas cards! A great way to use the vintage art work.

Carolyn/MamaC said...

Thank you for the 30 minute card series. I have enjoyed all of them. Love the Christmas cards!
Carolyn
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http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

Brenda said...

Love this card Linda! The vintage images are so pretty!! I can't believe they were free!!! I will have to check that out. LOL This was a great series my friend, thanks for doing it!!