03 October, 2017

Display Cards from A Twinkling Christmas

Hello Bloggers

A 'display card' is one that is meant to stand & be open - perfect for a table display with a small Christmas tree behind it, on a mantle, in a book case or anywhere it suits.

This is the top of the pink A4 sheet with a pink ribbon

A butterfly ephemera with the antenna & body highlighted with platinum gel

Close up

The outside spine of the card - the 2 pink baubles are foam mounted & a pink ribbon is attached

The entire inside of the card

A round doily (15cm) is folded into a pocket & ephemera popped inside. A pink bauble which is foam mounted looks as though it is just hanging

Pink baubles ephemera are foam mounted as is the Christmas dancer,
A pocket on the right side has tags for journaling, a sentiment or pics

close up

The inside spine - foam mounted with ephemera & the pink ribbon which has been wrapped around the entire spine

The following used the Victorian Christmas Collection

This card is a single fold with a decorated inside.
Gold ribbon wraps around the fold & decorates the front of the card

The left inside has a pocket with tags for journaling or sentiments or photos

 The right side has a gold ribbon wrapped around the patterned paper

The pink card is matted in white over pink cardstock

The inside of the card

The left inside has a pocket with pink ribbon around it, white holly with platinum pearls, a white flower highlighted with the same pearls, tags tucked inside the pocket along with a pink bauble ephemera

 A close up of the pocket
The right side of the card has the gold & white birds on a branch - this could be trimmed further to make another pocket

Hope you enjoyed looking at the cards
Bye for now


  1. So many lovely ideas here,I especially like the pinks in the Twinkling Christmas range,Love these Meg

  2. Wonderful array of cards Meg! I love them all but especially the large display cards .. a fabulous idea to have them as part of the Christmas decor. Beautiful!! xx

  3. Wonderful creations and such a creative way to make a display for Christmas.