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Medallion Christmas Card

This is another Christmas card that I made for easy mailing. It is my attempt at a single layer card. (Check out all the beautiful single layer cards by my blogging friend Kathy at The Lucky Stamper.)

I kind of think these medallions look like fancy snowflakes. Kind of… My DH said that this is his favorite out of all my Christmas cards.

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Wow beautiful. Love this.

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Doreen said…
What a beautiful card I love the medallion stamp.xxx
xiumaiyuki said…
You know how much I love a perfect CAS!! And this is one!!
Sara I. said…
Wow Cheryl - so awesome!! Love the stamps and the punch at the bottom!! Gorgeous!

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and many blessings to you in 2012!!

~hugs
Shoregirl said…
What a pretty card - I love those medallions!
Donna Mosley said…
Stunning card Cheryl, love the pink and green together and gorgeous stamps.

Donna x
CardArTart said…
It's gorgeous and they totally look like snowflakes!
Tracey T said…
Your DH obviously has good taste! I think this is a gorgeous, stylish card, so beautifully stamped. Thank you for playing at Sweet Stampin' and Happy Christmas. Tracey x
Cheryl First said…
This is beautiful, Cheryl! Very elegant!
Thanks for joining in the Stamping Dragon Designs Challenge!
Cheryl First
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Alicia said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl. Great job on the single-layer theme. You rocked it!
Alicia xx
these medallions are SUPER!!!!! I love when you do one-layer cards because you ROCK them!!!!

Love the bling in the middle too!!
Cathy said…
Such a stunning card, and those medallions are fabulous. Thank you for joining in the Sweet Stampin'challenge this time.
Cathy xx
Karin said…
I thought these looked like snowflakes too, and used this set on some ornaments that I made this year! Awesome card and the colors look great together!
Robin Parker said…
Wow, this is gorgeous. Love the medallions. Thanks for sharing on the Belli Challenge and Happy Holidays to you and yours.
Arabella said…
This is just beautiful Cheryl! I'm pants at single layer cards, but if I could do them like this I would be very happy!

Arabella
Karen B. said…
This is just a lovely holiday card! I hope you and your family have a very merry christmas!
Tracy said…
Your hubby has good taste! It's a beautiful card Cheryl. The stamping is gorgeous. :-) Hugs!
Stampalicious said…
beautiful! thank you for joining our challenge at OSCC this week, hugs, martina
maryr917 said…
This is such a beUtiful card-love the fact that it's flat for mailing- thanks for playing along with Creative Belli

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