Winter Blessings Vintage Style Christmas Card

Winter Blessings Vintage Style Christmas Card

Hello, Ribbon Lovers!  Christmas will be here before we know it!  This Winter Blessings Vintage Style Christmas Card will inspire you to get to work on your Christmas Card list sooner rather than later. (Sadly, I always seem to fall into the “later” camp Lord, help me!)  It’s adorned with Really Reasonable Ribbon. I’ve paired these up with Winter Blessings Digital Stamps and Holiday Traditions Digital Papers from Gracielle Design.

Winter Blessings Vintage Style Christmas Card Winter Blessings by Kathy Clement for Really Reasonable Ribbon Product by Gracielle Design Photo 1

This festive card measures 6.25″ square.  Dressed up with snowy poinsettia, frosty berries, velvet holly leaves and a sparkling metal snowflake, it really feels festive. The sentiment is from the Winter Blessings Digital Stamp collection.

I’m loving the versatility of the Country Holiday Ribbon Club Assortment.  This Cream Satin Swirl/Turftan Brown Ribbon is so elegant!  It’s topped with a Metallic Gold String Bow, berries and a festive poinsettia.

The card interior is decorated with more digital paper layers and a lovely sentiment from Gracielle.

To dress up the sentiment, wrap a short piece of 3/8″ Vanilla Satin with Gold Metallic Edges around it and tie a square knot.  Easy peasy!

Wishing you loads of Christmas card making mojo!



5 thoughts on “Winter Blessings Vintage Style Christmas Card

  1. Helen

    Kathy, this is such a lovely card. Of course, my first thought was how the front of this card could be worked onto the second example of a Z fold card you demonstrated the other day…and now I need to check out these digital papers! Thanks for inspiring my Christmas card making.

  2. Sherry

    Loved the cards and video yesterday, but this card is very unique as well. Seems different from your normal- I really like the colors and ribbon. This card would brighten anyone’s Christmas. You amaze me that you can continue to make a unique beautiful project every day.

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