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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Anything Goes

After the success I had making handmade cards last year, I decided that I would continue to join in the monthly challenge at Christmas Cards All Year Round and I am proud (and rather shocked) to announce that I have officially begun making my Christmas cards for this year!!
The pictures I used were from the packaging of a gorgeous Lang calendar I purchased last year. I couldn't bear to throw them out because they are so pretty, and I figure I'm also doing the environment a service by reusing what would otherwise be trash.






12 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards - great use of the images and i love a bit of recycling
    Lisa ;)

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  2. Really awesome! I love recycling too. The first and last ones are my favs.

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  3. Great job! I enjoy recycling things on cards, too. I especially like ideas like yours that don't look like they are recycled! :)

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  4. Those cards look amazing. And never too early for christmas, hay the stores already have easter eggs so why no christmas :)

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  5. Beautiful cards, Beccy. I became also a yearround christmas card maker. Avoiding the stress at the end of the year!

    Greetings from Norway!

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  6. Beccy,
    All of these cards are Elegant, and thanks for sharing them.

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  7. Beautifully elegant cards Beccy and I love the thought of recycling something this beautiful which would normally be thrown away. :-) xx

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  8. They are sooo wonderful, but the first one is my favorite.

    Greetings from Germany

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  9. your cards are all beautiful
    thank you for showing them all

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  10. What A great idea Beccy I still have All my old Cards here Whar A great Way to Re cycle You are A gem.
    Hugs Mary.

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