Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Quietfire Design Winter Wonderland Blog Hop Day 2- Merry Christmas- Christmas Sunshine- A Smile is the Best...



 I bet you are as busy as I am! and we still want to bless our friends and family with hand created cards.
Welcome to day two of our Holiday hop and be sure to leave a comment here
and on all the blogs to be entered to win prizes!

Let Quietfire Design do the work for you!
Quick elegant and easy!
I'm going to be a woman of few words and  let the stamps and cards speak for themselves.



 The background is created with this set of 6

Another version of this card here.
The tree is a digital cut from Suzanne's Silhouette Store
Here it is on the mat.
***TIP**
Add the jpg to your mat for a visual of the finished project.

I've given you plain and simple, now visit the rest of my DT sisters to get 
blown over the Christmas Tree, with their elegant and creative designs.
Hop over to Yvonne today to continue the Quietfire Design Holiday inspiration!

Be sure to leave comments everywhere to be entered in the prize drawings.
Details below:

are on sale 25% off the regular price during this event!
And yes, we're giving away PRIZES!
Merry Christmas!  
We'll be giving away a stamp or set on each of our designersí blogs.
 All you have to do to enter is
 leave a sweet comment
 on each of the designers' Winter Wonderland Blog Hop post! 

Have all your comments in my midnight on Friday December 19, 2014 to be eligible. 
 The winners will be announced on Quietfire Creations on the weekend.

Here is our schedule starting tomorrow.

Monday: Diana-go back and enjoy and comment!
Tuesday: Robyn(that's me!)Yvonne  
Wednesday: WandaTeresa  
Thursday: Kathy Jo, Suzanne  
Friday: SherryYogi

Happy hopping and Merry Good Luck!
Comments and Questions always welcomed!

92 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards with beautiful sentiments by Quietfire Designs! I love the die cut trees!

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  2. Robin,
    What a beautiful cut out! I am so impressed that you made your own decorative paper with all the gorgeous "
    christmas " stamps.
    I wish you a very Merry Christmas.

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  3. Really liked the sentiments on the stamps used for the inside greetings, the background paper created from stamps, and both trees were stylish...the die cut one especially.

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  4. Both of these cards are so pretty! LOVE the embossing and coloring on the first one and the second is so fun and festive!! LOVE the whimsical tree and the sentiment is perfect!! It would make a great home décor piece to remind people that they are in a happy place and to leave the grumpiness at the door! LOL Thank you for sharing these pretty cards with me!

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  5. BEAUTIFUL cards Robyn!!!
    LOVE how you created the background and - WOW - the sentiments inside are ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTFUL!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION :)

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    1. Hey Tracy,

      You are my random winner of a quiet fire design rubberstamp! Please contact me with your mailing info.

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  6. Love them all!! Especially the very first one since I just did a bunch of Christmas cards with that same design and colored almost the same way LOL

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  7. Simply beautiful. These elegant sentiments are wonderful!

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  8. Lovely! What a great idea to use those stamps to make the background too - love it.

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  9. Very pretty card and love that caligraphy script.

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  10. Such gorgeous cards! Love each of them.

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  11. wow, both cards are very cool. I just love the flourish tree. that would be an awesome metal die. can you put a bug in Suzanne's ear.? I keep thinking I will get one of those machines but i'm not ready for that step yet. both of your cards are so beautiful.

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  12. That first card is beautiful and very unique. Both are awesome, Happy holidays to your and your family!!

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  13. Lovely cards ,thank you for sharing .

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  14. Gorgeous cards!! Love all the pretty papers and details on both. Thanks for sharing them with us :)

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  15. Wonderful cards!! I like them both!

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  16. These are just beautiful! Great Techniques..

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  17. Beautiful cards Robyn! I really love the lacey tree! Thanks for the opportunity to see your creativity and to be entered! Blessings

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  18. Love your card and always love the stamps.

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  19. Lovely! I just love the die-cut tree and the inside sentiments!!

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  20. Wonderful designs using gorgeous Quietfire stamps. I love how you let the beautiful cards & stamps speak for themselves!

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  21. Wonderful designs using gorgeous Quietfire stamps. I love how you let the beautiful cards & stamps speak for themselves!

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  22. Love the first card. The background on the second card is too busy for me because it makes it hard to see the lovely tree.I am sure others will love it. I really like that both your cards are simple to make.

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  23. I loved what you did with the MerryChristmas stamps as background.

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  24. Gorgeous cards and beautiful designs! Love that Christmas tree and your other cards are so unique. Beautiful work.

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  25. Plain and simply wonderful that's what I see here! Love your craft show photo's too this is what makes for a Merry and Bright holiday season! Have a good day! :)

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  26. Love that embossing on the first card with the touches of color. And great idea making your own background on the second! Merry Christmas!

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  27. Beautiful cards and LOVELY verses! I especially like the first Christmas tree and all the colors!!! Great job on both of them!!

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  28. You have captured the essence of the holidays. TFS

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  29. Beautiful cards and
    great stamp sayings.
    Love the first tree card.
    Carla from Utah

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  30. I love your cards. The Christmas tree card is quite unique! Thx for sharing. Another North Carolina girl here. :~)

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    1. I fyou find yourself near Asheville- give me a shout out!

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  31. Both cards are so festive and so beautiful Robyn!!

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  32. Such elegant cards you've made Robyn :)

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  33. Wow! That card is so pretty! I love it :-)

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  34. Love the different colors on the Christmas tree. Beautiful card!

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  35. Love the sentiment that you used, the font is very nice.

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    1. These stamps are hand lettered, they are not fonts. Glad you like them! good luck in the drawings!

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    2. Sorry for the misunderstanding...I was referring to the beautiful calligraphy of the sentiment.

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  36. Beautiful cards and the sentiments for both are wonderful. I love the way you made the first card, so unique. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Beautiful cards. My fave is the first one.

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  38. Elegant diecut tree. Can you give a tip as to how to adhere intricate cuts? Thank-you.

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    1. Yes. I use a mono adhesive with a very fine applicator tip, and let the glue dry for a minute before you flip it over as this will make it less messy. You can also use a glue pen, tho I don't find these dry as well.
      If you son't mind the mess, you can put a dab of glue on your finger and rub it on- that works really well- just messy. You can also use a dry fine brush or micro brush. Hope this helps- maybe I'll do a video if Santa brings me a new camera boom or a camera man!

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  39. Love the front of your card -- great thought And also the verse inside, Thx

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  40. I especially like the Christmas tree card, wonder how you colored it..? It's pretty cool :)

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    1. thanks Mickey. I used Sakura Stardust pens to color the tree

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  41. Beautiful cards! Elegant with the beautiful sentiment stamps and the pretty tree designs!

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  42. Just beautiful work there by all folk.. Shaz in oz.x

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  43. I love how you used the different sizes of Merry Christmas to make your background paper..so clever. Your cards are beautiful!

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  44. lovely cards. Nicely done. Have a great day Robyn

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  45. Both cards are terrific! I like how you showed two ways to make a Christmas tree card. Great ideas!

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  46. I love the way the first card was embossed. The two-color design is so pretty.
    The die-cut tree is great and would be so fast to make for the cards.
    thanks for sharing two great ideas.

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  47. Absolutely gorgeous projects!!!

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  48. Beautiful cards done with Quietfire Design's stamps. I just love the Christmas trees!

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  49. I especially like the Christmas tree card, with the embossed tree and simple message. Merry Christmas to you!

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  50. Very pretty cards especially like the tree one so elegant.

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  51. Beautiful cards, yes, the stamps do speak for themselves, but they talk better to some than others (like you!)

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  52. A lovely collection! Warms my heart.

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  53. Such lovely cards with beautiful stamps!

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  54. Awesome cards! Just love Quietfire stamps!

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  55. Beautiful cards and they showcase so well the unparalleled beauty of the calligraphy that *is* Quietfire. Thanks for sharing!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  56. Interesting card, simple and so pretty.
    Dorthy

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  57. Both cards are very lovely and simple.

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  58. Simply beautiful! Suzanne's stamps are always inspiring and you made such beauties with them!

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  59. Gorgeous cards! Love the CAS look of the first one.

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  60. Beautiful cards. And the sentiments are gorgeous.

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  61. Beautiful cards. Love the sentiments. I would use them over and over

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  62. Like all these cards but the top one is my favorite. Would love to know what the tree stamp is... :) I also like the cutout from Suzanne -what a unique tree -it's beautiful! Thanks, Robyn!

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    1. thanks Joni, the tree in the first card is an embossing folder from Darice

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  63. Great cards. Love the digital tree design.

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  64. Love all of the cards - they are gorgeous!

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  65. Great cards Robyn! I especially like the embossed tree. Not sure why, it just grabs me!

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  66. simply divine! The sentiments are perfect great cards!

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  67. Awesome project!! love it, thanks for sharing

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  68. For some one with few words, you make a big impact! Thank you for your inspiration.

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  69. I'm such a fan of yours. Love your creations.

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  70. Beautiful cards; love the digi tree. Thanks for sharing

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  71. really love that tree. Merry Christmas

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  72. Lovely cards Robyn. Merry Christmas!

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