Monday, October 19, 2015

Red, White and Gold Christmas Card.....

Good morning everyone and welcome as we start a brand new week.  I'm here to share with you another Christmas card I made.


This card is really hard to photograph but is very pretty in person.  The flowers have gold on the petals and the white base has layers of gold and white.  A pretty embossing folder with snowflakes is a welcome touch and the pretty red flowers and matching bow are the icing on the cake.  I also used a Sue Wilson Die for the scalloped edge.

Cold weather has come to East Tennessee as we had frost yesterday morning and it's expected here again this morning.  The heat is on and I'm wearing long sleeves again.  Where did the nice Fall temps go?

8 comments:

Rita said...

Gorgeous card Glenda. Very elegant. Did you make the pretty poinsettias. Hugs Rita xxxx

Olga Jewell said...

WOW! These poinsettias are gorgeous!!!!! Love the touch of gold!

Vicki robertson said...

Glenda, this card is so elegant!!

Sylvia said...

Lovely card, Glenda, beautiful Poinsettias! Have a wonderful Monday!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Guaranteed these are homemade and totally beautiful. I love the card I just ordered and these red poinsettias are stunning. I love the tine bit of gold for the extra sparkle. Glenda, you work magic on flowers. Enjoy a wonderful week.

Marisa Job said...

Gorgeous flowers! This is a beautiful card!! Hugs!

Darlene said...

Absolutely gorgeous Glenda! WOW! You are the flower making queen and I just LOVE your style! Thanks for always inspiring me ... now to find the time to just sit and make flowers using YOURS as my sample. That day will come soon I hope!!! Temps have dropped here in Ohio too but today's supposed to be in the low 70s ... tomorrow too! I'll take it ... need to get these final outside projects completed. HUGS and thanks again for beautiful inspiration!!

Leslie Miller said...

Be still my heart! I would set this out as a Christmas decoration, then tuck it away for a year and bring it out again. Every year it would sit in a special spot among all the other Christmas pretties. So lovely, Glenda!

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