Saturday, November 23, 2013

Speedy Fox & Friends #187 - Green Christmas

Happy Weekend to you!  We are continuing with our Christmas theme at Speedy Fox & Friends Challenge this week so I hope you join us and play along, just use the color GREEN on your cards!  For more fabulous inspiration and to link up your creation please visit Speedy Fox & Friends Challenge right HERE!

I used the branch and sentiment from  "Joyous Season".

I created this card for Susan (One4Joy) the Featured Stamper at SCS this past Sunday.  I CASED this card from her fabulous gallery: Blue Christmas...O4J.

 The inside:

For those that are celebrating Thanksgiving this week, do you have your Feast bought?  We are pretty much set here.  It will come a day early at our house due to DH's work schedule. 


  1. What a fabulous way to use the branch stamp and those ornaments look cute hanging from them.
    We were on the same page with this challenge.

  2. Angie--this is a wonderful card! I love the Christmas balls! TFS

  3. Beautiful card, Angie! I like how you used the two shades of green for your branches -- and those Christmas balls are wonderful! Yep, I'm all set for Thanksgiving! All I do is provide the turkey and the table. I don't even have to cook it -- my son deep-fries it! Yum!!!

  4. Was scrolling my blog lovin account and you card caught my eye befor I even knew it was yours. It is BEAUTIFUL

  5. This is waaaaay pretty for how clean and simple it looks I am stealing this idea..............Lis

  6. Really nice card and I like those little ornaments hanging from your branches. Have a great early Thanksgiving.

  7. So pretty Angie! Love the little ornaments!

  8. Those ornaments are awesome. Lovely card

  9. Such sweet ornaments, Angie!! Love those branches stamped in different shades and all the white space. Lovely card!!


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