Starting today and running through July 31st, Flourishes is having a sale on all of their Christmas Sets!!  There is no need for a code or coupon or anything.  The sale price is right there with each set.  Check them out!  What’s better than a sale!

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This card uses Flourishes “Flourished Christmas” set and backgrounder “Damask Reverse”.  The ribbon is May Arts.  The wonderful dotted lime green designer paper is Memory Box’s “Sprout”.  And the rhinestones are made by Kaiser.

Have you been over to Splitcoaststampers and played along in the Dare to Get Dirty 08 Challenges?  This is the second challenge that I have participated in.  It is for Jenn’s challenge.  It is also for today’s Sketch Challenge #186.

Have a great Wednesday everyone..  We’re halfway to the weekend!  Yeah!

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Stamps: Flourishes “Flourished Christmas”, “Damask Reverse”

Papers: SU! Basic Black, Whisper White; Memory Box “Sprout”

Inks: Versafine “Black Onyx”

Accessories: Kaiser Rhinestones; May Arts Ribbon

17 Responses to “Flourishes Celebrates Christmas in July”

  1. This is beautifully done Susan! I love the out of the box reindeer, the colors and the wide organdy. They all make for one gorgeous creation!

  2. This card is stunning!!!! The colors and everything are just so elegant!!!

    Thanks for letting us know about the sale too! 🙂

  3. This card is just stunning, Susan — I love it!!! The black damask and green accents are HOT, HOT, HOT!!!! I am praying I have time to get to this challenge today — it is SOOOOOO FLLC!!!! WONDERFUL CARD, WONDERFUL JOB, WONDERFUL CHALLENGE ENTRY!!!

  4. Very classy, love the color combinations. Damask reverse looks good with Christams.

  5. This is stunning Susan!!! Black and white is one of my fav’s, and it’s perfect for your card. Beautiful work.

  6. This reindeer is so pretty. I love it.

  7. I saw this card over on SCS yesterday, but it’s worth a 2nd comment over here. This is just great!! That green panel is some of my very favorite dp cardstock!! I love how you used it here to accent the black. It really enhances that gorgeous reindeer image. Love the sheer bow and gems around the neck! Fantastic card, love it!

  8. I love that reindeer! I need to stop on over to the Flourishes site I think. The lime green accents add just the perfect accent to your card…beautiful as always.

    Charmaine

  9. I love the black and white and since green is my favorite color I have to tell you it’s the PERFECT accent!!! 🙂

  10. It was so nice to meet you, Sharon! This card is beautiful. I like the splash of green.

  11. This is gorgeous Susan. I love the bling around the neck! Just fabulous.

  12. Wow is this an eye-catcher! Love all the flourishes! Beautiful card that I just might case!

  13. I needed a break from blogland – a soothing break – and so coming to your art-card-gallery was just the ticket…you continue to amaze me with your creativity…I’m just living for the day when you make the same card…unwittingly, of course…in the meantime I’ll continue to be amazed.

  14. Wow! Gorgeous! Love all the layers and the black and white is superb!

  15. Absolutely lovely!

  16. This is a most gorgeous Christmas card, Susan!! I love how it all came together, and my favorite is the bling collar!!

  17. An absolutely gorgeous card, Susan! Love the jeweled collar. What a knockout!

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