Shabby Chic Woodland Christmas Easel Card with Really Reasonable Ribbon
Hello, Ribbon Lovers! I’m still working away on this year’s Christmas cards. While red and green are traditional and beautiful Christmas colors, I’m having lots of fun playing with shabby chic colors this year. This pink shabby chic Woodland Christmas easel card is adorned with Pearl Pink Swiss Dots Satin from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
I love the soft shimmer that satin ribbon adds to a card. And how sweet are those little birdies in their winter nest?
The triple loop bow is tied with a little help from my Zutter Bow-it-All Tool. I don’t know what I would do without it! I use it literally every single time I create!
Like all easel cards, this one folds shut for mailing or storage.
I added a little treat/gift pocket on the inside along with a journal card for a personal greeting.
So how do you feel about this Shabby Chic Woodland Christmas easel card? I’m loving the pink and blue hues because really, you could leave this card up all winter long. I kind of love that idea!
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Love this! Really pretty!
Beautiful Kathy, I’m loving the shabby chic style and this card shows it off to perfection. Starting to look like this at the moment in UK at the moment. Xx
Beautiful as are all your creations Kathy! What design paper did you use? Love the soft colours.
Thank you so much, Joann! This is Stamperia’s Sweet Christmas paper collection. It’s a little hard to find online, but Crafty City has it. Hope that helps!
Kathy this is truly an all-winter card. The soft colors–great ribbon choices–say to me, “cold outside, cozy inside”. I’m always in awe of easel cards. This one is inviting me to finally give one a try. tfs
Kathy, a beautiful card! I like the soft colors!
Kathy, this is another work of art! It’s gorgeous. This would make a lovely present to put out at the holiday every year!
Wow, wow, wow!!! This is absolutely gorgeous…love the shabby chic look.
So, so pretty, Kathy!
I have to ask you, do you have any trouble with people not knowing it is an easel card? My mother-in-law didn’t know tell I told her…okay, she’s 90, but still. Do you put a little note inside that it’s an easel card??