Hello Everyone! I have a fun Christmas card to share with you today featuring the Pion Design holiday collection “Let’s be Jolly”. These tradition colours are so festive and I can’t get enough of the holiday images that remind me of childhood!

Thanks for visiting!
Pamellia

Pion products:

Let’s be Jolly – PD20002B
Let’s be Jolly – PD20003B
Let’s be Jolly – PD20007B
Let’s be Jolly – PD20008A
Let’s be Jolly – PD20009A
Let’s be Jolly – PD20001B
Let’s be Jolly – PD20012A

  • This is so beautiful and sooo well made with all the many layers and all the different structures on it. Just perfect and gorgeous as usual.
    Merry Christmas everyone inhere, hope the new year wil bring everyone all the happiness and good health in the worl.ReplyCancel

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Hi Crafters!

It’s me, Cathrine here today to show you a Christmas card. I have been using the beautiful paper collection called “Let’s be Jolly”. This collection really brings out that true Christmas feeling. Just love it!

Thank your stopping by today!

Love

Cathrine.

 

Pion Products:

Let’s Be Jolly – Christmas eve PD20002

Let’s Be Jolly – Christmas florals PD20005

Let’s Be Jolly – Holly PD20007

Let’s Be Jolly – Christmas memories PD200011

Let’s Be Jolly – Cut outs PD200012

  • Sooo beautiful as always and even there´s not been used loads of stuff, it´s really lovely with loads of great dimention to it and different structure. Sooo beautiful and perfect in my book.
    A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to all of you there at Pion Design team and the office. Hope you´re all having a wonderful Holiday with friends and family, and we´ll look forward to see loads of amazing new creations in the new year again.ReplyCancel

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Hello Everyone! Today I am sharing a holiday card featuring the gorgeous and festive Pion Design collections “Let’s be Jolly” and “The Night before Christmas”.

 

Thanks for visiting!
Pamellia

Pion products:

Let’s be Jolly – PD20008A
Let’s be Jolly – PD20011A
Let’s be Jolly – PD20012A
The Night before Christmas – PD7807 front
The Night before Christmas – PD7804-back

  • Very very beautiful Pamelia,sooo awesome and in these fabulous colors too. I love the many layers and all the texture, you´ve managedto get into the decorations here, and it´s all soo perfect fitted everywhere. Lovely work as usual, well done.
    A very Happy Christmas and a Happy New Your to you and yours, and to the entire Pion family as well. hope you´ll all have time with your family and friends now and just enjoy the holiday. And I´ll look forward to a new year with loads of new and gorgeous inspiration frommall of you and that gorrgeous paper.ReplyCancel

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Hello!  I love to give handmade wreaths and ornaments to special friends, and the new Christmas collections Winter Wonderland and Let’s Be Jolly create beautiful vintage decorations for Christmas!  My first project is a large German star door wreath made with the red papers of Let’s Be Jolly.  Each of the eight individual German stars were made using strips of paper measuring 1″ x 24″  I glued the ends of two 12″ paper strips to make the 24″ strips.

This is a pink German star wreath ornament made with 1/2″ x 12″ strips of paper.  It’s a great size for an ornament.

Above are some other German star ornaments in different sizes using these gorgeous Christmas paper collections.

These ornaments were made using Pion Design Palette along with a snowflake die.

I created a cutting file to make this origami ornament below, but have included a link below on how to make one that is similar to this one.

Here are links on how to make the German star wreath/ornaments and  the origami ornaments:
German star wreath/ornaments:  https://gratefulprayerthankfulheart.com/1-year-blogging-anniversary-tutorial/
Origami ornament:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJOCqZfApVY

I want to wish everyone a very merry Christmas!
Tara

Pion Products – large wreath
Let’s Be Jolly – PD20005

Pion Products – pink ornament:
Winter Wonderland – PD22001
Winter Wonderland – PD22005

Pion Products – red ornaments
Let’s Be Jolly – PD20008
Let’s Be Jolly – PD20010

Pion Products – blue German star ornament
Winter Wonderland – PD22004

Pion Products – blue, pink, white ornaments
Pion Design Palette – Pion Blue I PD6109
Pion Design Palette – Pion Pink III PD 6117
Pion Design Palette – Pion White I PD 6101

Pion Products – blue ornament
Winter Wonderland – PD22007

  • Wauw you just keep doing it Tara, and creates the most amazing and gorgeous creations. I love your stunning wreaths here, sooo beautiful in all the different colors and papers here. Really spectacular work as always.
    Have a wonderful Christmas to everyone inhere and a happy New year as well, and looking forward to see all your amazing creations in the new year again here Tara.ReplyCancel

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Hi everyone, Tracy here sharing one of my favourite colour combinations of Pink and Grey.  I have used the Winter Wonderland collection along with the Palette Grey I and that adorable image from the collection also.

 

Hugs Tracy x

Pion products:
Winter Wonderland – Mitten Weather
Winter Wonderland – Winter Fun
Winter Wonderland – Images from the Past I
Pion Palette Grey I

  • WOUW this is so beautiful. I also really like this colorcombination and remember at one time in my young years, I had only this combination in all my sweat- and T-shirts in a couple of years, but I still very much like the colors together and this is gorgeous. Stunning work as usual, well done.ReplyCancel

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Here is a project made from the blue papers in the Winter Wonderland collection.

Have a nice winter day!
Marianne.

 

Pion products:
Winter wonderland PD22004
Winter wonderland PD22007
Images from the past – Winter wonderland PD1642

  • Soo beautiful and really well made as always. This collection is just sooo elegant and perfect for this kind of creations. Well doneReplyCancel

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Have a nice day!

Ewa

Pion products:

Greetings from the North Pole – Winter branches PD7603B

Greetings from the North Pole – In the Christmas tree PD7608B

Greetings from the North Pole – Memory notes PD7611F

 Greetings from the North Pole – Tags PD7612F

  • So gorgeous and beautiful as always here today. I love the reindeers and the soft neutral colors used for it too.ReplyCancel

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Hello Everyone! Today I am sharing a subtle holiday card featuring Pion Design collection “Christmas Wishes”. I love the neutral tones, they work so well for a wintery, snowy creation!

Thanks for visiting!
Pamellia

Pion products:

Christmas Wishes – PD9803-back
Christmas Wishes – PD9806-front
Christmas Wishes – PD9811-front

  • Soooo beautiful and elegant, and soo neutral, that it can be used for both males and females. Very beautifulReplyCancel

  • What a stunning festive confection. Cinnamon is my favourite spice, and neutrals are my favourite Christmas palette, and they look glorious here.
    Alison xReplyCancel

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Hello!  I always love it when Pion Design creates a pastel Christmas collection!  The vintage children and colors in the Winter Wonderland collection are soft and wonderful.  This year, I decided that Christmas stockings don’t have to made from fabric to be memorable.  Instead, I decided to make keepsake Christmas stockings from this special collection.  For this project, I cut out two 9.5 inch height stockings from Pion Design Palette, covered them with papers from the collection, and then made an open rectangular box to place in between them.  The box was also made from the sturdy Pion Design Palette and was designed to hold Christmas treats and treasures.

Here is another project where I cut out two mitten patterns, and then placed a rectangular open-top box in between them made from Pion Design Palette to hold treats.  The mittens measure about 8 inches in height. I love the pastel theme for this Christmas collection!

Giving handmade Christmas projects is a lovely way to express friendship and love over the holidays!

Tara

Pion Products for Stocking Box:
Winter Wonderland – Snow Day PD22001
Winter Wonderland – Winter Land PD22006
Winter Wonderland – Cut Outs PD22012
Images From the Past – Winter Wonderland II PD1642
Pion Design Palette – Pion white I PD6101

Pion Products for Mitten Box:
Winter Wonderland – Winter Fun PD22002
Winter Wonderland – Winter Land PD22006
Winter Wonderland – Cut Outs PD22012
Images from the Past – Winter Wonderland I – PD1641
Pion Design Palette – Pion White I PD6101

  • Absolut stunning work here again Tara. I absolutely agree to everything you said about this collection, it is just fabulous and you always makes soooo gorgeous projects with it too, and these mittens and stockings are simply stunning and such a sweet idea. Have a wonderfuæl Luciaday here today everyone and loads of fun.ReplyCancel

  • Gina Bloyaert

    Hey Tara,
    Again 2 amazing creations, i wonder where You get again and again so muth inspiration?
    Send Some inspiration to my i live in Belgium hahaha.
    Mvg gina België 😊ReplyCancel

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Thanks for visiting!

Ewa

Pion products:

Greetings from the North Pole – Snowflakes PD7604F

Greetings from the North Pole – December dreams PD7606F

Greetings from the North Pole – Snowfall PD7607F

Greetings from the North Pole – Memory notes PD7611F

 

  • WOUW this is so beautiful. I just love this unconventional grey color for a Christmascard, it looks really elegant and stylish. Beautiful work as usual.ReplyCancel

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