Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Forever Friends Kraft Notes Christmas

Today I am sharing a Christmas card made with the Docrafts Forever Friends Kraft Notes Christmas kit. I have pulled this kit out a few times from where it has been stored, looked at it and decided nope I don't know what to do with it and put it away again! Anyway this time I got the kit out and it worked out ok. 

I decoupaged the image up with Pinflair glue gel and matted it onto a white circle followed by a scalloped circle with my favourite Neenah kraft card. The papers and sentiment are also from the kit and I inked around the edges with Forest Moss Distress Ink for a change. I added some gorgeous gingham ribbon that went perfectly with the papers, a button star (also distressed around the edges with Forest Moss), some twine and a few gems. 

Products used:
  • Docrafts - Forever Friends Kraft Notes Ultimate Die Cut kit
  • Dies - Spellbinders Circles and Scalloped Circles
  • Ribbon - Hobbycraft
  • Twine - The Ribbon Girl
  • Star button - Ebay
  • Kraft Card - Neenah Dessert Storm - Crafter's Companion
  • Gems - The Hobby House

I hope you like my card today and thank you for visiting my blog. I have been inspired to enter the following challenges:
  1. Winter Wonderland Challenge Blog - Spots and Stripes
  2. Papertake Weekly Challenge - Stars and Stripes


  1. This card has a real rustic charm to it Fern. Love that ribbon and glad to see decoupage too xx

  2. Lovely card Fern as always. Good luck with the challenges. Ann x

  3. Beautiful Xmas card Fern! Thanks for joining in with the Winter Wonderland Challenge this week!
    Hugs Lynsey x

  4. This is a gorgeous Christmas card Fern, I love your decoupaged Forever Friends bear and matching papers - your gingham ribbon is perfect.

  5. This really has worked out wonderfully. Love the combination of colours and sweet FF decoupage xx

  6. Gorgeous Christmas card. Thank you for joining us at Winter Wonderland.

    Deborah A


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