Mar 282013

Each month Splitcoaststampers hosts a Christmas Card Challenge in the Fan Club Forum.  I decided to play along for the month of March.  Hopefully this will get me going again with some creations for this year’s cards.

It is so nice to have a collection of Christmas cards all ready to go once the holiday season arrives.

Card 1:

Stickles was added to all of the flowers’ centers for some sparkle.

Card 2:

Here’s some faux stitching just for fun.

Card 3:

A little bit of the image was cut out to give that out-of-the-box look.

If you are a member of the Fan Club over at Splitcoaststampers, come join the fun and get those Christmas cards started!

Happy Crafting!
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Card 1:
Stamps: Penny Black “Winter Glow”; Rubber Soul “Merry Christmas”; SU “Sanded”
Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; SU Bravo Burgundy
Inks: SU Bravo Burgundy, Always Artichoke, Elegant Eggplant and Apricot Appeal
Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Gold Stickles; Masking Tape

Card 2:
Stamps: Penny Black “Winter Glow”; Rubber Soul “Merry Christmas”; SU “Aida Cloth”
Papers: PTI Select White: SU Not Quite Navy
Inks: SU Bravo Burgundy, Always Artichoke, Elegant Eggplant and Apricot Appeal
Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Gold Stickles; Masking Tape; Piercing Tool and Template

Card 3:
Stamps: Penny Black “Winter Glow”; Art Impressions “Merry Christmas”; SU “Aida Cloth”
Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; SU Bravo Burgundy; My Mind’s Eye “Oliver” Designer Paper
Inks: SU Bravo Burgundy, Always Artichoke, Elegant Eggplant and Apricot Appeal
Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Gold Stickles; Masking Tape

 

 

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