Snowflake Wishes for a Merry Christmas

Monday 21 December 2020 United Kingdom

Every day this week I'll be sharing my final few Christmas card ideas with you!

I've been so busy the last few weeks getting ready for Christmas that I've lost track of time slightly and didn't want to miss sharing these cards I created a few weeks ago.

Your Christmas cards may have been written and posted long ago however, these ideas will always be available here on my blog to help inspire Christmas crafting with products you've invested in, for many more years to come!

I'm entering my cards into this TGIF Challenge #TGIFC295, which is all about Christmas trees!

The Feels Like Frost DSP is one of my all time favourite Christmas patterned paper - you can check out the projects I have created with this paper here.

Thank you Stampin' Up! from bringing it back for a second year! I've loved creating projects with it.

The DSP has two sides - one side has white and silver patterns and the other side has wintery scenes using real photographs.

These two wintery forest scenes are simply stunning but there are many others within the pack that are equally as beautiful.

This Christmas card was so simple to make and mass produce. 

A touch of silver foil and silver heat embossing takes it up a level from being a very basic card.

I've used the Snowflakes Wishes stamp set for the sentiments and then using a left over piece of DSP, I've decorated the inside of the card. 

I hope you've enjoyed my project! You can subscribe to receive my blog posts by email here.

I'd like to wish you and your families a wonderful Christmas.

This year has been like no other. Despite this, the crafting community has continued to flourish with lots of new crafters discovering the joy of creating handmade crafts of many kinds.

For me, there is nothing like the joy I get from creating and without this, I know this year would have been much tougher.

This wonderful hobby has undoubtedly helped so many get through these difficult times and create a positive distraction from the terrible consequences this virus has had on the world and life as we know it.

Thank you to everyone who has visited my blog including my lovely subscribers, I'm so thankful for you taking the time to visit Handmade by Kim. I hope you enjoy my projects and having access to even more ideas when I'm blog hopping with papercrafters from all of the world.

It's been an absolute pleasure reading the comments I receive. These mean more than you could know. It's also been wonderful to see how my projects have inspired projects of your own. Don't forget to mention me on Insta or send me a link to your blog post, it truly makes my day!

Please do stay safe throughout the festive season. Some of us may not be able to be with our families this year but thank goodness for the power of technology, making it easier for us to stay connected in different ways. 

Kim x 

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