Monday, November 2, 2009

First Christmas card for the Season

Good Morning,
Today I like to share my first Christmas card for this season.  Hi Rachel!  I case this card front layout from Stampin' Up! Occasion Mini Catalog. Guess how long it took me?  About two and a half hours.  No kidding!  I had a hard time making the white layer part.  This is my second one.  Remember I've told you I am not good with card making?  I am not kidding.

Here is the inside.  I thought I'll keep it simple.  Don't want to spend another two and a half hours for the inside.  So I just used the same layout as the card front.
 
 Thank you for tuning in.  Have a wonderful day!
Hugs,                                                                                                                                              
Helen                                                                                                                                                  

6 comments:

Kelly said...

Congratulations! I just wanted you to know that your project will appear on the Yahoo Group Late Night Stamper’s blog finds of the day for Nov. 4. Want to receive your own copy of the blog finds of the day? Join us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/stampinuplnstampers/

pattyo said...

Hi Helen! Beautiful card! I heard you came to the office last week while I was away. I thought you were coming in this week. When will you be back again?

Rae said...

Hi Helen! I'm not sure why your card took you so long to make, but you must admit. it did turn out beautiful, didn't it? :) Hopefully you have a short Christmas card list! Love your cake and tree, also! I mean it Helen, I think you don't make cards because you like to make much more challenging projects! Be back soon! R

stampnmichelle said...

Please let me know where I can find some instructions on how to make the tree pop up.

Pam said...

I would love to know how to make that Christmas tree. It is beautiful!
Pam

Pam said...

That Christmas tree is beautiful. Let me know when there are instructions for making it..... and keep your fingers crossed that it isn't tooooooo difficult! Luv your work!
Pam