The reindeer card uses another tree from the same designer paper, plus a reindeer die cut, snowflake die cut and scalloped edge. The background is embossed with a snowflake pattern.
This next card is in purple colour tones, with a very sweet stamp of santa and his sleigh, coloured with Copics.
This ornament card is very simple and needs very few products to make. I downloaded a free template of the ornament shapes, and cut them out by hand from embossed paper, which I had coloured with Distress Inks. Then I just had to adhere them onto designer paper and add the sentiment and a few gems.
The following two cards use a digital image of the word JOY I downloaded from Gina K designs. Two very different looks from the same image - the possibilities are endless for this one! I coloured the letters with water-based markers as there was no need to blend colours.
This mauve and green card uses the Flowering Christmas tree die from Memory Box - it was cut from lime green glitter paper, adhered to white shimmer card, mounted with a small border of green glitter and adhered to the mauve designer paper on a white card. This tree is just beautiful, and always looks elegant.
These two reindeer stamped cards use a flourishing image, and various mounts on bright designer paper. I'm not sure of the origin of the first reindeer, but the second was a gift in a magazine, and is from the set 'Enchanted Christmas' made by Hot Off the Press.
Last one for today, is a cute skater, which is a digi stamp from Sweet 'n Sassy. I downloaded the file, resized it, and printed it out on layering weight white card stock. I coloured it with Copics, and mounted it on a die cut shape, then adhered it to the card which was covered with designer paper. I fussy cut the two Christmas trees from more dp, added the sentiment and a snowflake.
Well, that is all from me for now! I hope you like the range of cards I have been making for Christmas!