30 Days of Christmas - Day 20

Bonjour.
 
This is delirious card-making blog #2 for Day 20 of 30 Days of Christmas.  I wanted/needed it to be really fast.  So it took 15 minutes.
 
I cut a sentiment from BoBunny Blitzen paper pad, matted it on BoBunny Blitzen paper, poked some holes, cut a printed sheet of Madison paper (supplies below)... added ribbon, trim, bling and flowers and voila.  A weird looking Christmas card.  lol.
 
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This is what happens when you leave it up to me to make something without first having thought about what the heck I'm about to do, and just grabbing whatever is in front of me and hot gluing it down.




And what is up with that scalloped brown top piece?  Like, really?  It used to be a double loop, but I cut it since it didn't fit on the card.  Who am I lately? haha.

Hasta manana.

x0, Damaris




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SUPPLIES
* Jo-Ann green card & envelope
* Pebbles red grosgrain polkadot ribbon
* Madison Avenue "Girlfriends" paper
* Tim Holtz paper piercer
* Distress inks - vintage photo
* WOC flowers
* BoBunny "Blitzen" bling
* MS double loop border punch
* Shimmery brown designer paper
* Ana's green flower RAK (hehe) TY ANA!!
* Glossy accents
* BoBunny "Blitzen" 6x6 paper
* Designer shimmer paper
* Maya Road ivory velvet double pleated trim

13 comments

jessica said...

I think this is beautiful! Love all the glued down "things" you found :) Lots of texture and originality! Love it!!
TFS
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Scrappy Pink Corner said...

I think the card came out really nice. I love it. I love how you incorporated a red rhinestone on the flower. Super cute.
Sometimes the ones you put less thought into are the ones that turn out the best.
TFS.

PS I can't believe we are counting down the last 10.

kim.scrapper said...

Another beautiful card, love the paper and your too hard on yourself, love all the layering, very pretty!

Dottie said...

Very pretty. Sometimes its interesting to see what comes about when we are in a rush or just playing. Gets those creative juices flowing. Awesome job.
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Sonia said...

really great card! I love the simplicity of it but it's still very elegant! TFS I'm really loving your series can't wait to look at your blog every day! It's like Christmas in November for blogging :). Happy Sunday! - Sonia
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crafty jo said...

its not wierd it works really well you have a talent for card making d hugs joanne

Coco Martha and Mimi Boutique said...

Very Pretty, Damaris!

sarajean said...

Your soo funny girl,well I like it.everything you touch turns to gold!!!!wellthanks for sharing good night.sarah

bingo card said...

Hi....
I think the card came out really nice. I love it. I love how you incorporated a red rhinestone on the flower. Super cute.
Thanks for sharing.
Christmas bingo

Darla said...

I think it turned out pretty good!

Sharon said...

Pretty good for not thinking about it! Love the bling on the ribbon flower :)
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Hopelynn said...

Pretty! hugs Hopelynn
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AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Beutiful card & Love the lace
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