Thursday, December 15, 2016

Wheelbarrow Christmas Card

Are you all ready for Christmas?  I'm not...seriously not one thing bought yet!  I just put up my far behind.  We left the day after Thanksgiving for a cruise from L.A. to Miami thru the Panama Canal.  It was amazing but put me way behind!  Plus a new puppy that is taking up a ton of my time, don't get me wrong I am loving every minute of her.  Even when she gets me up everyday at 6:30 (this morning 5).
I really love this card, it was easy to make and I think it is cute.  It was made with the Paper Dolls for Everyday and Winter Woodland cricut cartridges.  The gifts are cut from the DP, the snow was hand cut and the sentiments printed from the computer.


Lisa said...

I love this card, too!! The layers and design are fabulous!! Wow!! Love it my friend!! And your cruise sounds like so much fun!! You need to post pics for us to see!! I'd love to make that journey through the Panama Canal!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Sherrie K. said...

Awesome card! The wheelbarrow is fantastic! Love the background and super cute sentiment!
Your trip sounds lovely! Hope you get everything's been a busy December for me and hopefully I will have everything done in time~
Sherrie k

snappy scrappy said...

So adorable!!!

Debbie said...

I just found your site and absolutely LOVE your work. What does DP mean? Also, after the holidays and things settle down for you I would love if you could post a video showing the steps you use for your cards. For instance giving more info on how you do your printing from your computer (font, sites you get sentiments, etc). Thanks again.

Georgiana said...

Love the wheelbarrow with that wood grain background. Happy Holidays to you!

Gwen said...

Hey Debbie I hope you find this! DP is designer paper. I get my fonts from a lot of different places most are free some purchased. I then design my sentiment in my silhouette program most of the time or you can use other programs. So I don't buy the sentiment is is just fonts and then I will use a couple of different fonts in the same sentiment.