… I knew I just had to play along with Christmas Kickstart #16, and had just the trees to do so!
Reverse Confetti's Triangle Trees went onto my wish-list right away … then I had to wait for the dies to be restocked, and by the time that happened, Christmas card season was pretty much done - let's just say I'm so happy to have them, and to USE them today!
Armed with Versamark ink, Neenah 110# cardstock, my heat gun and metal embossing powders in three colors: Altenew Rose Gold, Recollections Gold, and Ranger Super fine Silver, I went to town like Santa!
Here are my Twofer Christmas Tree cards: one Christmas, one Hanukkah!
Lil' Inkers' wonderful wood grain makes for a beautiful snowstorm, right?
The Hanukkah sentiment stamp is from PTI
Those fabulous 'stars' are the from that recent fabulous
Pinkfresh Studio prize: Essentials Jewel Mix!
I'm so thankful for your visit today... hope you'll find a bit of time to trim a tree, or twofer, too!
Two beautiful cards - I think the Triangle Trees may have to go on my wish list too!
Two FABULOUS cards my friend and I think I may need to stamp a few when we get together next! Love the simplicity of these stamps but yet soooo much detail! Loving the beautiful embossing too! You definitely rocked this challenge Michele!! :0)
How fun that you got to haul these out and get some holiday cards made. I love that she's gone with a twofer for this challenge.
I love the clean lines of both cards, the embossing and the designs are fabulous.
Talk about the perfect twofer (plus the added advantage of 2 more seasonal cards completed), this has to be it. Love those trees in a variety of embossing powders. Glad you got your hands on the dies, as well.
Oh wow! I LOVE these.
No wonder you held out for those tree dies.
These are AMAZING!!! You make me want these darn trees now!!!
Fabulous Twofering! Love your cards - they are so elegant. Delighted that you couldn't resist joing the fun with elf Darnell and myself! Thanks for playing, Jo x
Oh you enabler, you! Those trees are amazing and especially all gilded in gold and silver, silver and gold (I feel a song coming on)! These are some of the most elegant Christmas and Hanukkah cards I have ever seen!
I need something bigger than a kick to get me started lol. These are fabulous cards my friend, you know how much I love a Christmas tree and such elegance, it would fit perfectly in my house lol.
Such contemporary cards, which I love and the different colours of embossing powders look amazing x. The wood grain background sure does look like a snowstorm and the pop of blue looks wonderful x.
GORGEOUSNESS!! I spy winning cards here Michele, love them both!
THese are so YOU, Michele! LOVE them!
Gorgeous geometric Christmas tree designed cards, Michele. I love your metallic inks and CAS designs. Hugs...Nancy
Love these so much, especially the colours, the metallics are so delicous. And of course having them against all that gorgeous white background is divine. Might have to join this challenge myself!! And you just reminded me about the woodgrain die and its out of stock....no!!!!!
Fabulous cards, Michele. Love the use of the embossing powders. Great contribution to the challenge.
What wonderful cards! Really stunningly beautiful! You should be proud.
The problem with seeing what could be deemed the most perfect Christmas card it wanting to make all by Christmas cards just like it! Michelle what is not to love about these very elegant and yet fun Christmas trees! Well played my friend! Tracey xoxo
These trees are so elegant, Michele! I love how you've used the different metallics and the fabulous line up!
Such elegant cards! Try as I might, I just can’t do Christmas in July. I have always made mass produced cards of one design each year and it just doesn’t feel right unless I’m stressing in the fall. Lol!
Contemporary, elegant, stylish ... and so expressly you, Michele ... these cards are stunners, pure and simple! Hugs, Anita :)
my oh my......these look like exquisitely decorated Macy's windows! gorgeous!
So graphically elegant, Michele. I can see making multiples of these.
These tree cards are awesome, Michele! I love both of them. It was worth the wait, wasn't it? I especially love the modern look and the variety of metallic heat-embossing colors. And yes, the stitched wood grain background is just perfect for a beautiful snowstorm!
Fun stamps made better by use! I do see a beautiful blizzard (is that possible?) in your woodgrain die!
Santa never went to town as nice as this, M! You really shine with graphic / geometric designs so I can see why these Triangle Trees HAD to own you! You made them so pretty that a person can see the forest AND the trees and each one makes its own glam statement! Both designs are stunning and I love that you used the dashed woodgrain as a blizzard of snow, you clever sausage!! Thank you for playing with us at Kickstart! Hugs, D
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