PDNov16Merry1000Hi there! Today I have a collection of Christmas cards to share featuring beautiful images
from a sheet of From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted paper along with a variety of versatile
and pretty papers from both the Days of Winter and My Beloved Son collections.
The first three were made using pretty papers from the
Days of Winter collection:
PDNov16Noel1000PDNov16HolidayGreetings1000The last card was made using pretty papers from the My Beloved Son collection.
Don’t be fooled by the name! The collection is quite versatile making it so easy
to be able to combine or mix with many of the other papers:
PDNov16SeasonMany thanks for visiting! I hope you’ve enjoyed your the cards that I made.
Kind Regards,
Mona

Pion products:
From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted ~ Warm clothes PD3105
My Beloved Son ~ My son PD5501 back
My Beloved Son ~ Edvin’s world PD5506 front
My Beloved Son ~ Prince Anton PD5504 back
My Beloved Son ~ Martin’s train PD5507 front
Days of Winter 6×6″ ~ Lilly and Siri PD5201
Days of Winter 6×6″ ~ Erik and Elsa PD5202
Days of Winter 6×6″ ~ Christmas Flower PD5203
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I have made a card using one of many beautiful vintage images from Pion Design. A Winter card in soft pastel colors.

Hugs Johanna “pojjo”

Pion products:
From grandma’s Attic ~ tinted – Warm clothes PD 3105
Flower Frames- Roseus Pd4206
Flower Frames – Rosa PD4203
Flower Frames – Viridis PD4212

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Hello, here is a card I made using papers from the For Father collection, so beautiful vintage papers. They are just so suitable with these Pion Design vintage images.

Wishing,
Minna

Pion products:
For Father – Pocket watch PD1811
For Father – Borders PD1806
Studio of Memories – Cut out PD1511
From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted – Christmas PD3106

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This tag was made for a challenge to use {B}lack {S}ilver {W}hite with an additonal color – {P}ink. I have used the beautiful black and white print from From Grandma’s Attic as a centerpoint. It works well with the soft pinks and silver embellishents, and the black and white background draws focus to the picture.

Marie

Pion products:
From Grandma’s Attic – PD138

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Hi everyone, today I have a card to show you made with beautiful papers from the Sweet Baby collection.

Thanks for stopping by,

Anne Kristine

Pion products:
Sweet Baby – Pink baby planket PD4007
Sweet Baby – Pink forget me not PD4104
From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted  – Warm clothes PD3105

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Here’s a tag made from the Shoreline Treasures collection together with a vintage image.

Thank you!

Ewa

Pion products:
Shoreline Treasures – Dragonfly PD4605 back
Shoreline Treasures – Borders PD 4610 back
From Grandma’s Attic ~ tinted – Bouquet PD3104

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I’ve chosen some pretty neutral tones and a gorgeous vintage photo for this sweet card, I’ve embellished with some pretty die cuts, flowers and lace. I hope that you enjoy my card as much as I did creating it for you.
Have a wonderful day!
Hugs
Julie P

Pion products:
From Grandmas Attic – PD138 Ladies
My Beloved Son – PD5506 Edwin’s World
My Beloved Son – PD5509 Writings

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Is there any better way to start up a November week than by presenting a new Guest Designer? Meet Julie Price, a talented crafter who is staying with us for the rest of the year. We are so excited to be taking part of her upcoming Pion Design projects, and we’re quite certain they will all be amazing!

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My name is Julie Price and I live in Sydney Australia, I love to create both cards and 3D pieces and enjoy the Shabby Chic style. I love using lots of die cuts,pretty lace and flowers on my creations to compliments the beautiful papers. I have been crafting in one form or another for as long as I can remember. I taught painting for many years and for the last 18months have been teaching Copic colouring at my local craft store. I have had many projects published in Australian Simply Cards and Australian Papercraft Essentials magazines and in 2012 won Practical Publishing Cardmaker of the Year /Paper and Embellishments.

I am delighted to be sharing my designs using the gorgeous Pion paper ranges and am very thankful for this opportunity, I hope that I can inspire you with my creations over the next few weeks.

My blog: Stamps, Paper, Ribbons and Things

xo Julie P

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This gorgeous paper is so versatile and just perfect for many occasions, here I’ve combined with a sweet Magnolia image for a sweet Christmas card.

Have a wonderful day ,

Hugs Julie P

Pion products:
Siri’s Kitchen 6×6″ – PD5405 Geranium

  • Hi Julie, sooo great to see you here too with your stunning creations. I´m very sure, they´ll be just as gorgeous as all your work always are, and todays card here is definitely amazing and very very beautiful. I´ll look forward to see lots more like this.ReplyCancel

  • DT ~ Tara

    Hi Julie, So very glad to see you here – welcome! I love your little card using Siri’s Kitchen and can’t wait to see more of your upcoming projects with Pion Design papers!ReplyCancel

  • Theresa ~ Pion Design

    Sooo cute, thank you Julie ♥ReplyCancel

  • Soooo sweet!!
    I love it :)ReplyCancel

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Hello to all my friends, here is a card using papers from the collection Shoreline Treasures.

Wishing you a wonderful day,
Minna

Pion products:
Shoreline Treasures – Dragonfly PD4605
Shoreline Treasures – Tags PD4612
Shoreline Treasures – Borders PD4610

  • WAUW this is so beautiful, and actually really nice to see a summercard here among all the christmascards these days. It certainly makes us remember the awesome summer, we had this year, and that is so nice he he. I love this card.ReplyCancel

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