Practicing Creativity

Multi-language Christmas card

I made up a few of these cards to mail to our French/International friends. Where we live near Geneva, Switzerland is unique in Europe. The United Nations and all its affiliates, plus numerous NGOs and international businesses, give this area a distinctly international feel. Although the speaking language in this part of Switzerland is French (Switzerland actually has four official languages—German, French, Italian and Romansh) people come here from all over the world so you're just as likely to hear English, or Spanish  or Russian, etc., on the street as French. This multi-language Christmas stamp from Aladine seemed ideal. 

The design is simple, allowing an assembly line approach to making more than one at a time. I kept it flat for easy (and affordable) mailing. 


Paper—Kars cardstock, Folia Basic Red paper pack.
Stamp—Aladine multi-language Christmas.
Embellishments—Artemio rhinestone, Anita's Ripple Stickers snowflake.

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