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Christmas Flowers

It is Christmas in June at Squigglefly - time to get a jump on or little dent in your Christmas card stash. I have only done a few Christmas cards this year so I was glad to have this inspiration:


I used Elizabeta Kushner's Christmas Poinsettia image and Charlene Mitchell's Merry Christmas Set Sentiment.

Hugz!

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  1. What a gorgeous beautiful elegant card, Nancy!! I love it!!

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  2. What a sweet Christmas card. A poisettia is a flower that makes my heart sing and so does your card.

    Well, we are moving to Singapore, Nancy and it is our second tenure this time. We have lived in Indonesia for seven years and I am feeling rather grateful in my last few days here. Singapore is a nice city, clean and easy to live in and safe as well. Once we settle down and have our own home, we will feel better. And ofcourse once our kids go to their new schools and make friends, it would help as well.

    Thanks for asking,

    Monica

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  3. Traditional Christmas elegance, Nancy! That poinsettia is so beautiful.

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  4. This is so pretty. Love the tule on the side.

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  5. This is a gorgeous Christmas card Nancy, I love your beautiful poinsettia and fabulous layers.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Beautiful Christmas card Love the shading around the poinsettia and its coloring!

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  7. so gorgeous nancy.i love your traditonal colours and the poinsettia is fabulous :D

    xx coops xx

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  8. Nancy,
    So very pretty and elegant - awesome Christmas card!

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  9. A very pretty card, Nancy. I like the color under the wreath and the pretty tulle you used. Hugs.

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  10. Beautiful Nancy! Love the tulle ~jeni :)

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  11. Christmas! Wow-nice start to your stash. This is so pretty. Love the flower and the little tulle tie. I am now convinced I can post my Halloween item now.....lol I had been holding off. My Mom asked me to come home so I will be leaving for CT in a couple weeks. She is not doing well. I have just been out-of-sorts as of late. Love and miss you.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  12. What a beautiful Christmas card! Love the poinsetta image and the layered leaves and sprigs underneath too. The sparkly tulle bow is gorgeous as well.

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  13. This poinsettia looks real - just gorgeous!

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  14. Beautiful card Nancy. I really like how you colored the background behind the leaves. That ribbon you used is gorgeous!

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  15. Wow! Love what you did with the drawing! Great work! :)

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