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Friday, November 26, 2010

"Tis The Season


It was inevitable - the Christmas season is here. In fact it has been in the stores everywhere - since Halloween! I have put off making anything Christmasy until now as we have the rest of this month and almost the entire month of December to create holiday cards and projects. But is is time - Thanksgiving is over and my favorite holiday of the year is on it's way!

I love this style of card and you can find a great tutorial on the Friday, November 19th post on the Bo Bunny Blog at

Thanks for stopping by today!

Wishing you a great weekend! We have cold, cold, cold here in this part of WI but no snow yet!

Barbara Diane


Cheryl Kosakura said...

Super cute card!

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, what a great card. I love the paper you've used and the ornament. TFS.

Debbi said...

What an amazing card! I love the shape.

Laura said...

Wow this looks so interesting! I have to try it also :)

Oh and thanks for stopping by my blog to comment :)


Ruthie said...

beautiful... thanks for such clear instructions!

Ank said...

What a fantastic card!! A lovely "springkaart"so we say in the Netherlands.
I want to thank you for your comment on my card.

Diane said...

That is sooooo neat! Love it!
Great papers too!

Conni said...

Many thanks for the dear comment to Max.
Really a pity that the distances are so big. Small Max tries to emigrate just about e-bay.

Unfortunately, my English does not so feel also well. I often take a translation programme.
I like their maps very well. They are made so particularly and with a lot of love.
I look over and over again with pleasure at theirs blog.

Kind regards Conni

Nati said...


craftycrafter said...

what a lovely card Barbara,love the colours you have used thank you for your kind comments on my blog keep warm love Dorothy xx

Helen said...

What a great fold card! I must try this.

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.


Ann said...

what a unique fold that is for a card. I love it. I think I may have to try that.
It's very cold here too and we're expecting snow this weekend.

LINDA said...

What an awesome card.. love the design.. Hugs, Linda

Mary said...

This is so cute, just love the paper you used.

Melissa Carr said...

Mrs. Barbara, this card is absolutely adorable! I also so want to thanks you for checking out my blog and leaving such sweet comments! Your work is awesome and very inspirational!

Zebiline said...

Oh Barbara, your card is so cute. I love the paper and the colours. Thank you for the inspiration!

☆Happy weekend☆
With love

Alice said...

what a beautiful card! I love the shape and colors!

Caroline said...

Hello thanks you for checking out my blog and your sweet comments. Your blog is also very beautiful!! Beautiful creations!

In Holland it is also very cold!
We are expecting a little bit off snow later this week.

Hope you have a nice weekend.

Greetings Caroline

Carol said...

Barbara this is fabulous. My friend Peggy keeps sending me links to uniquely folded cards-she wants me to make some so I can show her how to do We need to come and play at your house this This is just lovely. Hope you had a very Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

Bear Hugs,
Carol :O}

duendes said...

hello Barbara,wishing you a great weekend,Hope all is well with you!

Hugs and hugs.

unicorn said...

Lovely card and thanks for the tutorial:)))Love the colors :)))

Amanda said...

Wow Barbara, what a beauty!! Thanks for the link to the tutorial. Also for you visit to my blog and your kind comments.
Have a great weekend and keep warm!

sweetsue said...

You are so creative! I love it!

Staying Crafty said...

That looks awesome!!!

Tabitha said...

Super cute card. Thanks for sharing.

Monica-FC said...

what a nifty card. I love this.

Aluap said...

Barbara, cute card!I must try this :)

Michelle said...

Hi Barbara

This is lovely, the papers are gorgeous.

Such an impressive fold, thanks for the step by step photos.

Have a wonderful day.

Michelle :-)

Ann Martin said...

How cute! Very glad to have found you via Ann'sSnapEditandScrap.