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Merry Christmas!!

I know its too early to wish but I have a Christmas card to share today and that justifies the post title :D.

I am playing today for Roree's challenge to create a Christmas card using 5 or more heck of a challenge if you ask me... I had a hard time playing this one :D

Here is what I created

I used the butterflies to create a Christmas wreath...and did I use 5 butterflies?...mmmm...I went crazy and used 8 :D. The sentiment is a Hero Arts Clear stamp.

Here is the inside of the card

Hope you liked it!! Thanks for visiting!!


  1. wow this one's sooooooooo lovely, u just keep getting better n better.
    PS: I got your diwali card, must have been in the mail box for long but checked only's absolutely gorgeous, love u girl!!

  2. Hehe...awesome card..I just brought these rub-ons i have inspiration too!!

  3. Lovely, lovely card... I love it.. the butterflies are gorgeous and love the insides too :)

    Are butterflies, stamped and coloured in or rub ons... they are just gorgeous!

  4. WOW..Beautiful CAS card. Loved the use of these butterflies. Really neat.

  5. Lovely !!The stamps look almost 3-dimensional

  6. Gorgeous card! Love your butterfly wreath. Thanks so much for playing along with the challenge. Hugs! ~roree

  7. excellent card sweetie.....and heartiest congratulations for completing 100 blog posts.................keep going............

  8. De bien belles créations!Bravo!!
    Amitiés de France:CLAIRE

  9. I shall do this for the season....instead of buying cards make my own with butterfly wreaths. Thanks for the idea. Great work.


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