Monday, January 21, 2013

A Christmas Card in Non-Traditional Colors

Hi!  Last year I joined the Christmas Card Challenge at Splitcoaststampers and set my goal at 5 cards per month.  It was an interesting experience.  Creating a card with snow on it, when it's 90 degrees and high humidity outside is, well, a little odd!  What wasn't odd, was opening a box of over 60 Christmas cards on Dec. 1st and being able to give a handmade card to people that would not usually get one from me!  That was FUN!  So now and then when you least expect it a Christmas card will pop up on my blog!

To create my card I used the Paper Players sketch:


The Inside: 
I am also entering this into the following challenge:
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Thanks for looking!!!

Supplies used: Stamps: MFT Seasonal Sentiments. Paper: MME 12 Days of Christmas, CS from stash. Acces: Spellbinders Lacy Squares and Classic Squares, MFT Die-namics Fishtail Flags and Squiggle Border and MS Snowflake Punch.


  1. Beautiful card - love the paper you've used and the fact that you've decorated the inside as well - thanks for entering my CHNC challeng extra for January - hope to see you again soon. x

  2. good for you. it's very pretty.

  3. Angie, this is fabulous! Love the bright colors and the embossing. Wonderful addition of dp on the inside too....great card! so glad you joined us at The Paper Players!

  4. Angie, I love the unexpected colors - they are fabulous. I love the layered snowflake and the little gold star at the top of your tree. So glad you joined the Paper Players this week and shared this fabulous card.
    p.s. love Storm, your stamping buddy!

  5. Ooh, I love that sentiment stamp, Angie, and the awesome papers. I am now playing in a Christmas card challenge on Splitcoaststampers, but it is the fan club one. I think it just started in January and you have to be a fan club member to do that challenge. You may want to check it out.
    I have never made my cards ahead of time, so it'll be nice to have them come next Christmas.

  6. It's so awesome that you are working on Christmas cards already, Angie. I'm sure the lucky recipient is going to love the great colors and all the detail. Thanks for sharing your creation with The Paper Players!


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