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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Mesh for Christmas


It is time for a new challenge at Frilly and Funkie and this time Pamellia is our hostess bringing us a challenge with a really fun title - What a Mesh!  She describes it this way:

"The challenge this time is to use any type of mesh (crinoline, cheesecloth, tulle, burlap, canvas etc) in your vintage or shabby chic project."

I decided to take this opportunity to create another Christmas card - 4 down, only 40 or so to go.

 I will be back on Saturday over at the Frilly and Funkie challenge blog to present the Step x Step feature and show how I made this card so I hope you will pop over and check it out - just click here.

11 comments:

  1. What a wonderful Christmas card! I so enjoy the traditional red and green, reminds me of home. I love the little stamps on the side, and your layered mesh poinsettias are brilliant! Very festive Cec! :)

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  2. Love all the vintage Christmas graphics on this, Cec, and the way you used the flash card as your sentiment. Your mesh poinsettias are fantastic. Looking forward to your tutorial.

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  3. Dear me... 40 more cards to make Cec... my hat's WAY off to you girl! Whew. Beyond my wildest imaginings!! Especially if they will all be as GORGEOUS as this one. It really reminds me of some my Grammie had hanging on her Christmas Card clothesline. Love the music background. It's a happy card! So wonderfully vintage and just so precious. j.

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  4. Cec, this is absolutely gorgeous! It's just filled with festive images and a sense of Christmas fun! Those poinsettias are ooh la la!

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  5. Cec, this is an amazing Christmas card! I love all your vintage papers layered up and those crinoline poinsettias are GORGEOUS! Good luck with the 40 more cards! I'll be lucky to get 10 done! Big hugs!

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  6. Beautiful Christmas card. Your poinsettias are beautiful. The vintage papers are gorgeous and someone is going to be a lucky recipient of this beauty!

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  7. Loving the mesh on those poinsettia Cec - a wonderful vintage Christmas card. Looking forward to the tutorial! xx

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  8. Such a pretty traditional Christmas card Cec, love it! Ruth xx

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  9. This is a gorgeous Chrismtas card and so fun! Those little stamps are totes fantabulous and joyful to look at. I am speechless about you doing 40 more cards! Wowzers dearie! You have your hands full but if this card is any indication then you are off to an amazing start. Gorgeous! Hugz!~Niki

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  10. Hi, Cec!! I was just over at Frilly and Funkie. I saw your gorgeous creation and had to come by for a closer look. It is filled with the wonder and magic of the holiday season! The poinsettias are show stopping. I can't wait to see each and every one of your holiday cards!

    Hugs,

    Nancy

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  11. Love your colour palette for this card Cec and such a great way to build yo your holiday cards. I absolutely love your poinsettias. :)

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Cec