3 challenges inspired this Christmas card...
Jingle Belles // #JB2304 ...A year round Christmas challenge!! The challenge...use embossing on your card! I decided to use two embossing folders!! Thanks to Jingle Belles for keeping me on track for getting my Christmas card finished without a last minute race to complete them. Y'all should play along too and have a nice stash on hand by Christmas card sending time.
Retro Rubber Challenge // #rrcb200 ...A sketch challenge!! With a twist...gotta use a stamp that is over a year old!! My sentiment stamp is from Stampin Up's Come to Bethleham stamp set that is from back in 2012. FYI...my embossing folders are over a year old too!!
The Paper Players // #PP627 ...A color challenge!! I used the wrong color of pink on the first card that I made for this challenge! Got it right this time!! The color combo for this challenge is Balmy Blue, Crumb Cake, Petal Pink, and So Saffron.
Verse of the Day: (courtesy of YouVersion)
Oh my gosh, Deb! I would never have dreamed these colors would work for a Christmas card, but this is gorgeous! I love the embossing and the pearls. Thank you for sharing at The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
Deb, I love that you used these colors on a Christmas card - so a refreshing change from the usual colors and they work fabulously! So glad you shared this with us at the Paper Players this weekReplyDelete
Wow, what a fun Christmas card in those colors, Deb - love your embossing choices, too! Makes for a great take on our sketch! Thanks so much for playing at Retro Rubber!ReplyDelete
a classic sentiment never ages ... and I love the embossed texture in those soft colors ... so very glad you got *embossable* with us at Jingle Belles.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, not only do I love the classic sentiment and the two fabulous e/f's you've used, but I adore the way you've combined the FAB palette and cool sketch to create an incredible multi-challenge card! So pleased you could Emboss Like a Boss with us at Jingle Belles!ReplyDelete
Cute Christmas card! Love the sentiment. Thank you for joining Retro Rubber Challenge Blog!ReplyDelete