Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Merry Merry Christmas

Merry Merry Christmas 2012
We have started our challenge #57 over at Color Me Creative. Don’t you just love all these colors. The challenge ends on Dec 7th, 2012 at 8:00pm. I’m going to let you in on a little secret our next challenge is a  BIG ONE…. Suzanne has been talking about A HOLIDAY BASH mmmmm what could she be thinking…. She is also talking about BIG PRIZES!!! OMGoodness if you know Suzanne like I know Suzanne when she talks about big prizes and lots of them, remember last year at this time (Christmas is Suzanne favorite time of the year) she gave away so many prizes and there were so many winners. Have I got you excited yet???? Can’t tell you can more but be watching out for our next challenge. I can’t wait…
**Non-Traditional Holiday Colors**

color ANY image ANY way you like but there CAN BE NO RED-GREEN HOLIDAY COLORS USED, WE WANT TO SEE NON-TRADITIONAL COLORS USED in the image somewhere!!  Our sponsor is:

The image I used is called Candy Cane Jingles.
Merry Merry Christmas left 2012
The paper used is from Peppermint Forest stack from Joanns. Added one jingle bell to his hat. The gem stone gift is from Christmas crafts.
Merry Merry Christmas right 2012
The sentiment stamp is from Hero Arts.
Merry Merry Christmas inside 2012
The gold Christmas tree ribbon I have had for a long time and I just love them added a couple of gold snowflakes from Michaels.  Punched out a snowflake. Have an area for the message or a stamped sentiment.
Merry Merry Christmas markers
Copic markers used to color the image. Also used spica colors olive, gold and melon. Gelly roll silver and gold.
Merry Merry Christmas flower
The poinsettia I cut out with the Silhouette Cameo. That was the easiest flower I have ever done.  The center of the flower is Suze Weinberg’s Mini Mosaics.
Merry Merry Christmas sentiment
I did some Faux stitching around the sentiment and the image. These gold corners I have had forever, they are just paper and I have no idea where they came from.
Merry Merry Christmas close up
Thanks so much for stopping by.
 
Challenges:
Thought the Craft room Door-Anything Dec 3 ends
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12 comments:

Penny said...

Patricia, he is just the cutest little guy! Love your coloring & love that jingle bell on his hat! What a fun design this is--love the papers, the distressing, those fab corner embellies, & the fun sentiment! Thank you for sharing this with us at TTCRD! Hope to see you again next week! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Linda Palmer said...

I love it! I love non traditional colors for Christmas cards. Love your darling image, your beautiful coloring and the little tidbits you always add to make your cards special. I'll have to enter this one.

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

I love it. What a super image love how you've coloured it and that corner its great - I love corner dies :)

jacqui x

Marie-Louise said...

Fantastic card Patricia. Such marvellous attention to detail. Brilliant.

Anne Temple said...

Fabulous card with so many wonderful details! I really like the little gem package on the bottom - so cute.

NanaConnie said...

Super card, Patricia! Love that little elf -- he's so cute. Your paper choices are marvelous and that flower! WOW!

Roxann said...

Outstanding, Pat! Love that cute lil' image and that flower looks real!

Hugz,
Roxann

Desire Fourie said...

Gorgeous. Love all the little finishing touches and the colours work well. Hugs Desíre {Doing Life - my personal blog}

Sandy said...

So cute - love the inside and I always love the colors you use. Really fun and pretty!
Sandy

*Vicki* said...

Oh my goodness my friend, you always put so many lovely details into your creations that I need to take a look at each photo so that I catch them all!! LOL!! I want to stop and thank you again for all of your very kind and encouraging comments!! They really mean so much to me!! BIGGEST HUGS :)

julieprice3 said...

Very cute, love the pretty corner bling, so happy to be on the CMC team with you my friend
Hugs Julie P

ERICA said...

As always, your work is wonderful. I just can't say it enough. The poinsettia is the perfect touch!