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Monday, February 2, 2009

Spotlight on Christmas

Over at SplitCoastStampers, a Christmas card challenge is hosted each year. The idea is to make your Christmas cards a little at a time throughout the year so that you aren't rushed like a crazy person come Dec. 1st (raise your hand if you recognize yourself - I know I do!).

Here's my January submission:
I used a tutorial from SplitCoastStampers for the Criss Cross card. It was made from Very Vanilla cardstock, on which I attached DSP from the Ski Slope line that was in the Holiday Mini catalogue...should have ordered more of that *pout*

I stamped the image in Chocolate Chip on Very Vanilla, punched it out and mounted it on a piece of Bashful Blue.

The belly band is a piece from the Office line layered under a piece from Ski Slope.

What do you think?

Stamps: Spotlight on Christmas
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Bashful Blue
DSP: Office and Ski Slope
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Brad

Happy Stampin'!

15 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I'm raising my hand I know I am always rushing at the end!

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  2. very sweet.....i hope you are doing well! *~*

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  3. I love criss cross cards. really like your color combination too.

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  4. Great colors! I always love to see Christmas cards w/o red & green.

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  5. Love the non-traditional colours and the criss-cross card design!

    I'm putting my hand up as another last minute card maker too!

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  6. Great Idea. Non traditional colors, nice!! TFS

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  7. I have been in Xmas Challenges befoer and they really do make life so much easier!!! This is a beautiful card.

    What I liked most about the challenges was I would do a dozen the same one month and then change designs for the ext month...It never got too laborious!

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  8. Beautiful card! I love that it is not traditional Christmas colors.

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