Creating Kindness Design Team December blog hop - seasonal florals

December sure has snuck up on me. Anyone else in a mad panic about all the things they have to do before Christmas? To take your mind off the craziness of it all, sit back and follow around on our December Creating Kindness Design Team December blog hop. This month we welcome Liz Holloway as our guest designer and we are exploring the theme of seasonal florals. This will be fun to see what everyone comes up with as all come from different countries.

I live on the Sunshine Coast, Australia and we are in our first week of Summer so all of the tropical blooms are out, especially the frangipani. So I set about creating a fun, tropical Christmas card featuring these gorgeous flowers.

Wondering how I made each flower. Well check out my video at the end of this post for the how-to. Can you guess which punch I used?

I thought that this fun, summer floral wreath needed to be displayed so I popped it onto an easel card. 

The Merry Christmas thinlits are perfect for a big and bold sentiment panel.

And the card folds flat for posting. You can make a custom envelope for this card if you like but I decided it needed to be free. This is one I am giving in person.

Please check out my video to learn how I made this card. 

Make sure you continue both the video and blog hop. Next up is Charlet. Can't wait to see her season florals!


Blog Hop Participant List
1.   Jay Soriano -  UK
2.   Paula Dobson – New Zealand
3.   Lou Kitzelman - Australia - that's me!
4.   Charlet Mallett - USA
5.   Marcy Denning - Canada
6.   Liz Holloway - Canada
7.   Carolynn Sander – Canada
8.   Cheryll Miller – Australia
9.   Danielle Bennenk – Netherlands
10.         Jerim Dickins - UK

Product List
Glue Dots
Bone Folder


  1. What a delightful idea for a Christmas card Lou ... and I am in love with those frangipanis!! And I can almost smell them, they look so real! :) xxx

  2. Gorgeous card, Lou. Love, love, love that frangipane flower!


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