Warning - image heavy post!
Scalloped scissors for the border. Craftwork Cards "Oh my words Christmas" for the sentiment - makes card making so quick and easy.
Using up some of my extensive Bazzill "Just the Edge" strips and a bit of left over card embossed with the Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder.
A co-ordinating frame, again with free magazine paper from a different collection.
White peel-offs and the end of the blue swirly ribbon as a tag. I made up my own sheet of Christmas messages and printed them off on robust card.
I've had the dimensional snowflake stickers for years and years - you only need one! The blue scalloped border is cut from glitter paper.
I cut a bunch of white snowflake die cuts last year with my friend Tara's Sizzix snowflake dies. Easily customisable with Promarkers and Stickles.
Using my Tim Holtz keyholes die and bits of leftover free magazine paper.
Lots of scalloped circle punches and a way of using up just a left over strip of patterned paper.
Even though the paper above is really busy, I really like this card - I think the double scallop is really effective, especially when paired with that snowflake dimensional sticker embellishment.
And some left over handmade purple paper - again, with just a strip of patterned paper. I used up one piece of that collection last year, but from the remainder, I have made 25 cards - a great staple if you're on a budget. All quite easily achieved using some crafting basics - circle punches, ribbon, shaped scissors and some die cuts. Voila!