The gold card one looks the best I think. I added some bling and mounted some. However, after making eight, I grew tired of them. Moved on to another few things that just leapt into my basket - some Blue Christmas embellishments from Scrapbooking Australia. Again, I got about 6 pieces for $6. I really liked the girl and thought I would turn my hand to vintage - but even though I am old I just don't seem to get there. However, they turned our OK I guess.
Again, some scrap Christmas paper and card, a bit of ribbon and lace, some bling and stars - done.
Then I went to another shop and found a 12 x 12 sheet from Graphic 45 called Christmas Past Frames. It cost $4 but I got 5 cards from it. Here they are:
It took me an hour to make these, and I used scraps of Christmas paper, ribbon and lace, some doilies, and some card to mount some bits and some bling. I also used dimentionals to lift up sections, particularly in the apertures. Here are three of them in close up:
OK, I added some ink around the edges of the base card, some leaves and brads to the Santa card, and cut out the aperture and put the image inside the card for Peace.... but Peace and Tradition come from a give- away in a magazine. So, only another 120 or so to go..........no, I won't put all of them up here! Just wanted to boast a bit that's all about getting some cheap and quick cards done.