Two days ago I posted a Christmas sweater card using the Holiday Borders from The Ton. It was a regular sized card, but these borders fit slimlines so I couldn't put them away until I'd given it a try.
I am sure it's a terrible thing to say but I am not a huge of classic Christmas colors - red, green and white. I find it kind of "cold" . A little kraft does help but it's still not my go-to Christmas combo. However, it is traditional so I always try a few cards. And I do think it works with these borders.
I discovered The Ton due to their sentiments. With this Modern Christmas Greetings set, I love the way the sentiments are designed to layer on top of each other. I also love their Easy Expressions set - I used one of the sets here. I guess I'm a bit odd - I don't love red and green for Christmas, and I find sentiments the most exciting type of stamps or dies!!
I've only used a couple of the borders on this card. They have amazing detail!
News Release: State Fire Agency Urges Caution as Wildfire Danger Rises. Read the full release at https://t.co/KWMrRTEbhJ #cofire pic.twitter.com/tkiflXwsZs— COFirePrev&Control (@COStateFire) October 20, 2020
Stamps: The Ton Modern Christmas Greetings
Dies: The Ton Holiday Borders
Paper: Stampin' Up Crumb Cake, Real Red, Shaded Spruce
Ink: Stampin' Up Real Red, Shaded Spruce
The kraft is a wonderful addition Kim, this is terrific!ReplyDelete
I'm also a fan of non-traditional colors at Christmas, Kim - but I've got to tell you: this is pretty terrific! The kraft did the trick, right?ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for stopping by - I'm adding my address to your email list - there is so much to love here!
So very sorry to read about the fires there - we've had nothing but rain for days now - if I could, I'd send it to you!
Such a great card! Love the slimline! And yeah...I flew by that fire a couple of weeks ago and it was already horrible. So saddened for all that are impacted.ReplyDelete