Thinking Of You At Christmas…Again!

Things seem to be ramping up to Christmas quite nicely. We have our tree up and house decorated. Not sure if we are bothering with lights in the garden this year? It always seems to be a last minute thing for us and we say that we’ll be more prepared for the next…yeah right!! Here on King Island there are some lovely Christmas light displays in front of peoples homes and there is one particular rural family that never fails to impress. My night photography isn’t that great but I try and get some lovely snaps to share with you and put in a future post.

Earlier this week I shared with you a tutorial of a simply but elegant card Card Class- Thinking of you at Christmas  and loved it so much I thought I’d share it again but this time with different card base colours.

This is the original card done in Silver, Whisper White and Night of Navy.


On today’s samples I tried Cherry Cobbler and Lost Lagoon.


The results are just as lovely but give such a different vibe don’t you think? What other colour do you think would be a nice one to try?
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