Christmas Mojo 265

I’m definitely behind on creating Christmas cards.  Since it is now November, I’ll be focusing on Christmas cards for the next while.  This week’s Mojo Monday sketch ( is a perfect opportunity.  Here is a copy of the Mojo265 sketch:

Here is my version:

I tried to add an embellishment like the sketch but I couldn’t find anything that looked right to me so I left it off.  I also decided to make an A2 size card instead of a square – just a personal preference of mine.

The stamp set is Ornament Keepsakes – it’s a great collection of ornaments.  And the thing that makes this set a favourite of mine even though this is my first time using it is the fact that there are matching framelits.  Makes it so easy to cut out the ornaments!  A little bit of bling and some baker’s twine and you have a perfect ornament to add to a card.

I modified the design to create a second card:

I really like the addition of the faux stitching around the Very Vanilla layer.  I decided to omit on of the mats behind the ornament to better accommodate the faux stitching.  If I were to make this card over again, I would use Old Olive for the mat instead of River Rock to make it pop.  I think that if I were to do this, I would like the second card better.  Which one do you like?

Thanks for stopping by!

Stampin’ Up Supplies:

  • Stamps: Ornament Keepsakes, Greetings of the Season
  • Paper: Real Red, Old Olive, River Rock, Very Vanilla
  • Ink: Real Red
  • Accessories: Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies, Stampin’ Pierce Mat, Essentials Paper Piercing Pack, Real Red marker, Lucky Limeade Baker’s Twine, Rhinestones


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