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November 08, 2012

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Theresa Grdina

Last year I was less tradtitional when it came to my Christmas Creating...this year, I am hoping to use a vintagey look of reds and greens. PS LOVE the cards!!!

Svetlana Austin

beautiful cards!
I oped for a color combo depending on the photos I scrap - some ask for something bright and funky and others I prefer to scrap in more traditional colors.

Julie Tucker-Wolek

These are BEAUTIFUL!! I am LOVING the colors!!!! I have started my Christmas cards (just last weekend) -- but I seem to be leaning towards Burgundy, Forrest Green and Pale Blue this year :)

Adeline - MĂ©liandre

This year I want a vintage atmosphere with white, gold, black and dove + red to light it up.
So would love to win On trend collection ;) Anyway thanks for the opportunity!

Lindsay

I tend to learn toward traditional colors, but this I'm liking the thought of adding in some teal (my favorite color)!) I'm also definitely more into the subdued color schemes this year, so there will probably be lots of creams and kraft, along with some gold and silver thrown in! Thanks for the chance to win :)

Natalie (QSOgirl)

I love the traditional red and green, but I also like to add in some jewel tones!

Amanda J

I'm really not sure, I still love the white, aqua, red combo for the holidays, but thinking I might change it up a little this year. I'm excited to see everyones comments for inspiration!1 Thanks for the chance!

tina phillips

I love all of these!! My card palette this year is a mixture. I have some very vintagey looking cards, some very traditional ones and a few fun and funky ones with bright pinks and teals. Just depends on my mood when I sit down to create!

Margie Visnick

I am going with a mostly traditional/vintage color scheme with a few pops of turquoise!Red, cream, green, kraft, and gold...

Rachael F

Last year I went monochromatic with different shades of red and burgandy...so this year- pink, mint, and gold!!! And I would love to use some of the pink On Trend patterned paper to really kick up my holiday projects! :)

Carol (ScrapMomOf2)

Oh! My! Goodness! What gorgeous cards! They are truly inspiring! WOW!!! I'm a traditional girl . . . love traditional Christmas colors, but I love, and I mean love, when I see non-traditional colors used in decorating, paper crafting, holiday clothing, etc.

Diane

I love both-- very simple whites for Xmas and BRIGHT hot pink and electric green. I know-- kinda nutso!!

Meghann

I LOVE this collection! I am a traditional girl, love red and green, but this year I am all about metallics... Gold mixed with silver. Thanks for the giveaway!

Dana

Very cool giveaway! In the past, I've always stuck with the traditional red & green...but lately I find myself wanting to feel more rustic, so I've been going with red & brown and green & brown. I'm really liking the change.

Grace

Such lovely cards! I like traditional colors with a burst of something very bright.

Cindy deRosier

I like traditional colors. My favorite combinations are red & green with gold or red & green with brown.

Heather Sweet

This year I'll be working with bright colors-blue, green, red. Last year I did traditional colors, so I thought I'd mix it up! I love your cards! I've been working on building my thank you card stash with different styles of cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

Lara Benefield

I am a Huge. Fan. I tend to lean towards newer tones of colors. More modern tones of the typical shade. That's why I love the colors in this line. The neutrals are more grey and beige, and cream instead of grey and brown and white. I love the mid-tones in this collection. For the holidays, Ill be choosing the same trend picking tones and shades that are with between a common color or lighter than a common color. I hope that makes sense. :)

Miriam Prantner

I tend to be pretty traditional in terms of colors, so that's mostly what I'm going to use, but I will probably throw in the red/turquoise combination for some projects too, loving how those look together. Great cards, especially love the one with the thickers!

Amy S.

Beautiful cards! I'm in the mood for mainly traditional colors this year, but also want to add some pink in there.

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