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Christmas card Trio

Happy Sunday everyone! It's Marcie here, and I am thrilled to be back on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink blog today.  I'm sharing a trio of Christmas cards that were easily created with some gorgeous My Mind's Eye products (and the help of a few other fun things!). 



Journalling cards like the gorgeous ones included in the Market Street collection are a perfect focal point for a quick and easy card to put together. Using the large and small frames from Finished Frames by Avery Elle gives this card a simple but polished look. 

The Doily Circle die by Waffle Flower Crafts adds such an elegant touch of red to this card. Paired with the lovely fonts in the Merry Stamp & Cut set by Hero Arts, this card evokes such a warm and lovely Christmas-y feeling. A touch of sparkle and Glossy Accents make the sentiment really stand out. 

The larger journalling cards in the Market Street collection just beg to be cut apart and decorated! For the final card I fussy cut the Christmas banner and adhered it to more paper from the 6x6 pad, then added gold embossing powder to the ends of the banner and for the sentiment as well.  Of course, I had to have ONE of the cards have my favourite embellishment on it...sequins...obviously. :) 

Thanks for welcoming me back today. It's always a pleasure blogging with Butterfly Reflections, Ink

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  1. Fabulous ! Way to rock the patterned papers :)

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  2. I love journaling card cards, these are gorgeous! Especially love how you added in that WFC doily!

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