A Very Merry Christmas to everyone out in crafty world!!!
Did everyone have a good holiday? I know I did . . . it was full of family, friends, and FOOD! (Well, and a little crafting on the side for me. lol) It is always so fun to get together and give thanks for the reason for this season . . . and to reflect back on the "good ole days". (Makes me sound old, doesn't it? lol)
Anyway, over at Get Inky! Challenge blog, we are having a new challenge and the theme is "Winter/Snow" . . . so easy, peasy! Well, when I think of winter, I think of Christmas, Christmas carols, evergreens, and such. So when I received this digi "Color Merry Christmas Tree", I knew I needed to use it as my challenge inspiration.
Here's how my card turned out:
As some of you might recognize, I came up with this same sketch and used this paper a couple weeks ago for a different challenge . . . but what can I say? When you find or do something good, you keep it. :) (But I did add a few different items to it to work with my digi image.)
For this card, I used "Very Merry Christmas" paper collection from Echo Park. I also used ribbon from Snug Hug; red bling from "Holly Jolly" mini jewels by TPC Studio; and "Vintage Finds" gems and pearls by Teresa Collins . . . and Voila! it was done.
Now it's your turn to come up with a project and get it entered in this week's challenge over at Get Inky! challenge . . . I truly hope to see you there!!!
Well, it's time to have a Midnight snack . . . I wonder if there's any leftovers left? I sure hope so. :)
Again, have a VERY Merry Christmas (and a Happy New Year)!!! Kathy