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Noel, Peace, and Deck the Halls


Hello friends, Now that ETA is behind us and thankfully with minimal damage, although we did also have 9 inches of rain, and my dad is doing better with his infection, I had a chance to play along with the Colors over at The Paper Players. I sure have missed playing along with them. I thought retirement was supposed to come with all kinds of free time. LOL The colors that they have are perfect for getting more Christmas cards completed, so I decided to make two. 

Card Details: The musical background, the bell die-cuts, and the leaves are from Stampin Up. The bows on the bells are from Paper Smooches. The Sentiments are all Stampin Up. The tag die is MFT. I also used some white paint splatters too which really made the cards come to life. 

Thanks for stopping by and hope you and your family are staying safe.  Somehow we will get through this, we just have to keep doing our part! Hugs, Nanc’

7 thoughts on “Noel, Peace, and Deck the Halls

  1. Two fabulous cards my friend…Yes those colors do inspire Christmas…I love your silver bells!!

  2. Your cards are both so beautiful. So very festive.

  3. Those silver bells are fabulous! A quintessential Christmas card!

  4. Glad you’re safe and sound! I love these bells…the one with three on it is my favorite (I love “threes”) and the white spatters are a perfect addition! Thanks for playing with the Players this week!

  5. Those sparkly silver bells are gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with my colour challenge at The Paper Players this week!

  6. Glad you are safe and Eta is way gone. Love your two beautiful cards with those silver bells.

  7. The music is perfect with those big shiny bells, Nancy.

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