Friday, 7 October 2011

Free Papers for Christmas Craft

Busy, busy, busy with Christmas definitely on the horizon it's difficult to know what to do first! Our lovely new Christmas card toppers from Hunkydory Crafts have already been a big hit and we won't be able to get any more for christmas this year so hurry if you don't want to miss out.
I am dying to try them out myself but decided to make a some new papers for Christmas first. I have had a few ideas in mind for a while and have finally managed to get them online.

The papers are an assortment of colours and styles that can be used in all kinds of papercraft projects. They are all free to download so just log in to the site, order the designs that you like and you will recieve an email giving you a link to each of the files. You can save the files on your computer and print them out as often as you like.
I have used some non traditional colours for two of the papers, cool blue and red for the Christmas trees and rich jewel colours for the snowflake design. I couldn't resist the traditional red, green and gold for the trees and stars design.

My favourite is the Rocking Robins they are so cute and I have included a sheet of larger sized versions of the robins which you can use as card toppers, they would look really good on the snowy sky background and would make really cute cards for children. You could also back them on card and attach a ribbon to make gift tags. Here's a link to the Christmas papers section of the website.
Hope you like them!

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