Leslie's Challenge this week for our technique at Come and Get It, and she decided that she wanted us to do Z fold Cards. I decided to do another Christmas Card, I used the Winter Post set (retiring May 31) and also the Four the Holidays also (retiring on May 31) I used nestabilities to cut it out, and colored with inks and blender pen. Used some rhinestones around the edge of the nestie. The paper is from the Jolly Jingle paper (retired), and wrapped a piece of vanilla ribbon from my stash around for the closure, an added a knot of it into the inside as well. I like the polka dots on the inside, just at the bottom, so I can still stamp or write a message to the person above. Thanks for looking, have a great Sunday and a creative week.
I will also enter this into the follower challenges
Moving along with the Times: Merry Christmas
The Pretty Little Ribbon Shop : Die Cuts
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Lots of Layers
What a pretty card Cindy. Love the colour scheme and design.ReplyDelete
Super card - saw this earlier on Come and get it (must remember to join in). Thanks for another card for my CHNC challenge 69 xReplyDelete
Aww this is gorgeous Cindy !! I love the image and you've coloured it beautifully! Love the design and how it folds out - the papers are perfect and I love the gems around the frame - so pretty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT and Good Luck in the Challenge!
Hugs Sue xx
Pretty! Love the rhinestones around the image!ReplyDelete
Oh my I love the DP you have used, tis very much perfect for the festive season! You card is beautiful! Thanks so much for bringing your Christmas Cheer this week to Moving along With The Times :)ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful card!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at the Pretty Little Ribbon Shop challenge.
Very nice job on your card, Cindy!ReplyDelete
What a lovely card.ReplyDelete
This one is so cool! The image is great, and I love the polka dots...ReplyDelete
what a brilliant design and i love the dotty DPReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week for our Christmas in April challenge
Wonderfully done Cindy.....see your getting a head start on the Christmas cards.ReplyDelete