I have a couple of Christmas cards for you today. The first one is for Merry Monday and their poinsettia challenge.
The next card is for AAA Cards. They want a die cut only card and that worked best for another Christmas card.
I'm glad you dropped by today. How are your Christmas cards coming?
Two beautiful Christmas cards Bobby. Love your pretty poinsettias with your watercoloured background. Your sweet die-cut pine cone and sprig made for a beautiful CAS card. My Christmas cards are coming along pretty good so far. Have about two dozen made. :) Tomorrow is the start of our CAS Christmas Card Challenge, so that will help keep me on track! :) xxReplyDelete
A pretty pair of Christmas cards Bobby! Those poinsettias are fabulous!ReplyDelete
Both as merry, and bright as can be, Bobby! Well done, and look at that stash grow!!ReplyDelete
The pine cone corner cluster works so beautifully. Thanks for joining in with the challenge at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful, Bobby. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards. Love the big poinsettias. They look great with that background. Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday.ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are gorgeous, Bobby! I really like the water colouring on the first and the second is a lovely CAS design.ReplyDelete
Beautiful poinsettia card, Bobby! Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge this week xoxoxoReplyDelete
Bobby I spied your poinsettia card at MM, and I love that soft wash of color for the base.ReplyDelete
Two great Christmas cards, I love your watercoloured poinsettia. Beautiful watercolouring.ReplyDelete
Two great cards! Love the beautiful die cuts for your pine tree. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards challenges.ReplyDelete
Your watercolouring on those poinsettia is just gorgeous, Bobby ... love the fresh crispness of the die cut pine branch against all that snowy white! A fabulous festive duo! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Your watercoloured poinsettias are lovely; your pine branch fresh and crisp! Way to go in staring Christmas cards early...ReplyDelete