Simply gorgeous cards, love the church die too and the circle wreaths, so delicate. BJ#6
Gorgeous, but hardly churned out ...churning out is one of my skills!! I love the Kraft church in amongst the white, such a lovely focus. And, just in case you want to know - Snapfish are doing 50 photos free every month on some protion or another, if you are like me, and dont print your own. You and me then, putting pics in albums all winter!
Oooooooh, that is so beautiful - gorgeous winter whites! You're so clever. I love all the little details you've put in, they make such a difference. The little church is a great die, I can see why you're using it a lot - I would too!Hugs LLJ 11 xxx
Hi Diana, that is indeed a lovely die, and such gorgeous Christmas cards. Love the elegant white tones. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #1 XxXx
Wow..such a truly beautiful group of photos. Love the church die and that wreath is perfect. Thanks for sharing and visiting Enjoy a lovely week
Oooh, these are gorgeous, Diana! I love anything with a frosty finish and your cards with white and such subtle colours are just fabulous! Thank you for your lovely comment about my cards - I much, much prefer yours! I am trying to discipline myself to work to much simpler designs than I usually do, for the sake of time really. This doesn't come as second nature to me, either! So glad you are enjoying the kittens' antics - they are fun, aren't they! They grow up so quickly and it's great to be able to capture all this baby fun while we have the opportunity. Thank you for your good wishes re my "good and bad days" - it is really in my own hands how well I am, and I'm not very good at pacing, which results in the current boom and bust scenario. I'm trying to do a bit of something each day but not too much, and rest in between, and that way I should get back on a more even keel! Unfortunately, when we are busy with lots of different things, it isn't always possible. It was really great having a day with Margaret, though.Happy WOYWW,Shoshi #8
This church die is brilliant. I loved the other cards but these are just as gorgeous. Happy crafty woyww, Angela x10x
They are so stunning both Diana. I love the white crisp feeling of winter, and the church is adorable,(never saw it before ) . And oh the flowers on the beautiful wreaths , they are simply magical . This is the most beautiful winter cards, ever ! Hugs, Dorthe
What gorgeous cards, Diana, real stunners. It's a great die, no wonder you are churning out cards, although you are putting me to shame, I haven't even thought about the c word yet!!Hugs Lisax #16
Calling these Christmas cards does not do them justice Diana, these are works of art! LOVE the little churches, and the white, I can almost feel the crisp coldness. These are just exquisite, with your trademark attention to the tiniest details. Plus, now I know I'm not alone in working on Christmas items already!
what beautiful works of art! so stylish! Helen #3
I love that little die too - it's adorable! Again, you've managed to turn something that is cute in its own right into something effortlessly classy and sophisticated. Beautiful work! Thanks do much for visiting earlier! So true what you said about more expensive printers - you just don't want to mess with them. Hope you're having a good week! zsuzsa #22
PS. I didn't realise that was the same church die in the previous card - wow, what a difference black vs white makes! Totally different feel and character!
I love the wreath die you used - any chance you'd share who makes it? The card is fabulous!
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Hi Terry, I think it might be from Memory Box if you are talking about the wreath die on the top card, but I'm not 100% sure. I hope you see this as you are a no-reply blogger so I am unable to email you! Thanks so much for your comment.
Thanks for your help. I searched Memory box's website and did not find it - however, I emailed them and asked for their help - if it's retired they might give me a name so I can search ebay, etc. for it. If you have any other ideas of who it might be by, i'm at email@example.com
Stunning cards & beautiful photos Diana. I really must start my Christmas cards soon - thank you for the inspiration :o)HugsTracey x#20
I haven't been in blogland for a long time, this post makes me realise how much beauty and inspiration I have missed! The cards are so very precious. I will look at them again and again.
Just stunning. I really need to start, not that they will look that good lol. Thank you for popping by. Anne x #13
That church is just lovely. There is something about all white that is just so beautiful.April #21
Both delightful. I love the exquisite fragility of the pale blue version - the chapel looks like a fairytale structure made of ice. But I'm also in love with the design paper version - making it a place to find a moment's peace in a much busier urban environment in the rush and hurry of preparing for Christmas. Lovely work with the die-cuts in both - beautiful!Alison x
These cards are gorgeous Diana. It is lovely to see you blogging again. I am sorry to have been out of touch, its been a mad year one way and another. I cannot believe we are almost at November already. It is scary!!!! Elaine x
Your Christmas cards are spectacular! I love them both, but I think I like the second one best, simply because I like that kind of vintage looking background! You and Jan are always welcome on my porch - wouldn't that be a hoot! Thanks for your earlier visit, have a great week! Lindart #34
I can see why you love that die so much. You use it perfectly.have a good weekChristine #17
Fabulous set of cards, and so different in the lighter shades this week compared to last. Happy WOYWW Sarah #24
So peaceful and elegant - love! Hugs, Autumn