12.15.2008

Ghosts of Christmas Past :: Handmade Cards

Today is very cold and very snowy ... . the perfect day for sitting down with a bunch of ribbons and fabric and sparkly things and making this years' Christmas cards. My cards often tend to be a bit card and a bit ornament. I love working in the small format and often use photos which I layer and hand or machine stitch with whatever else is around. These are a few examples of my endeavors from the past few years ... . .




7 comments:

C. Andrako said...

I'm so delighted that you visited me and that I found you, Judith! I couldn't decide which post to leave a comment on...I liked them all!
The Dancing Madonnas are wonderful, and I'm crazy about the Stark Ghost Chair. I wanted one when they first came out and I believe they've gone way up in price now. We have alot in common. Thank you for your kind comment. I will visit again. All the best,
Catherine

Bart Boehlert said...

Hi Judith, thanks for visiting my blog. Your cards are wonderful, and I enjoyed the post about red. I'm usually not a big fan of red but your red is beautiful, very rich!

Rekha said...

Oh boy! How creative is that..Simply loved these ideas.

JM said...

Very creative indeed! The 1st one is my favourite! :-)
A friend of mine does a similar work wrapping Christmas gifts. Her presents allways look lovely!

Plain Jane said...

waay cute and fun! love the 'check one naughty or nice!"

paris parfait said...

Very clever work!

Chrisy said...

What great little works of art your Christmas cards are! Thanks for sharing!