Christmas Flowers

Christmas Flowers

This Christmas card has been made using A Winter Walk in the Countryside cd rom.

Images are by Betty Davis.

As you will see this is a quick and easy card to make.

Materials used:

6″ by 6″ white scallop card
A Winter Walk in the Countryside cd rom
Red card
Small red gem
Foam tape
Double sided tape


When the disc has been opened choose an image and then select Designer Toppers from the list. This then gives you a complete design to use.

Cut out all the elements on the page.

Using the paper you have been given, cut this to 14cms by 14cms.

Attach one of the borders you have cut out going across the centre of the paper using double sided tape.

Glue this to the white scallop card using double sided tape.

Next measure a piece of red card approx 12.5cms by 12.5cms.

Place your topper on to the red card using double sided tape.

To place the topper on to the card use foam tape to give your card a little dimension.

To finish the card added your bows and red gem and a suitable Christmas sentiment.


Challenges I would like to enter are:

cdsunday – Christmas Flowers and or Foliage

The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog – Anything Christmas Related or Red , White and Green

Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge – Craftyhazelnut’s Patterned paper January 2018 Challenge





9 thoughts on “Christmas Flowers

  1. A beautiful striking card Lisa. The hips or haws (can’t remember which) are a beautiful red.
    Thank you for joining in with us.
    Carol xx
    CD Sunday DT

  2. Lovely card Lisa. This a great CD I have used it often. Love the addition of the bow Thank you for joining us at CD Sunday Wynn DT

  3. That is really beautiful, I love the image and the gorgeous card you have made with it. Thank you for joining us at CD Sundays

  4. What a pretty card! Thank you for joining us at Brown Sugar Challenge for January. We hope to see you again.

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