Color my world with family, friends and some time to be creative making cards!

Is it too early for Season’s Greetings?


Hello, I have made another Christmas card for you today. Is it too early? Are you as surprised as I am? Over at Just Us Girls, the photo that we have today just looked like Christmas to me, so that is where my inspiration began.

Here are a few card details: Background was made with Oxide inks and white splatter paint. The die-cut is from Taylored Expressions. The bow is from Paper Smooches. There are also very small star dies in the sky made with a Verve border die-cut and the sentiment is Verve as well.

Before I go I am also going to link up my card over at CAS Mix Up where they have asked us to use Splatters on our card and or project.

Please join us this week at Just Us Girls. The girls and our two guests Carol and Melanie have done a fabulous job! Take care, Nanc’

12 thoughts on “Is it too early for Season’s Greetings?

  1. Super fun focal circle 🙂 – great inspired card

  2. Your ink blending is superb, I love the contrast with the white and black and your white splatters have worked brilliantly. Thanks for sharing it with us at CAS Mix Up this month xx

  3. This is beautiful! Love the colors you used for the background!

  4. LOVE the colour of your night sky with falling snow Nanc’! So beautiful against the black cityscape. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up! This would also work for the current CAS Christmas, but it closes soon.

  5. Beautiful blending on that amazing sky! I love the snow and stars combined over your village. Nice addition with the bow, too. Hope you are doing well and staying safe!

  6. Never too early to build a Christmas card stash…and this one is lovely. The ink blending with twinking stars and spattered sky is beautiful.

  7. Never too early to make those holiday cards! This is so pretty. You did a fab job with blending those inks for the night sky. Lovely card!

  8. Cute as Nancy. Love your simplistic take on that gorgeous photo. Lovely colours.

  9. It’s never too early to get started on Christmas cards, Nancy. This one is lovely with the scene on an ornament.

  10. Making Christmas cards year-round makes sense to me…and the one you’ve shared here is sooooo lovely with the beautifully blended snowy sky and pretty row of houses! I want to bundle up and step into that scene….An inspired, inspiring take on the photo!

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