Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Challenges? I've got it covered...

I made my rounds to my fave blog challenge sites on Sunday and found so much inspiration! I decided to do my Christmas card this week based on the following 3 challenges:  
Jingle Belles- Hybrid Holidays (using a digital images with embellishments, papers, etc.)
Shopping Our Stash- No Coloring! No Coopics or Prismacolors!
Card Patterns- this sketch, but I rotated it once, clockwise:
My card:
I loved working with the Card Patterns sketch! I got this vintage image of Santa from an Etsy seller and printed it on ivory cardstock. No coloring! I just inked the edges of my papers and added some Hero Arts felt pointsettias and placed a vintage button on top for a little added "oompf!" Easy and fun, not to mention how crafty I felt to combine 3 challenges! I never do that!


  1. Love how you flipped the sketch ... and the texture of those felt embellishments is so fun ... thanks for having some digi-fun with us at jingle belles.

  2. Look at you deftly combining challenges, my sweet bloggy friend :)

    Thanks for playing along at Shopping Our Stash!

    xo June

  3. what a brilliant job of ALL THREE CHALLENGES, missus! i love that digi-santa... he looks FAB uncolored... and the sketch is brilliant rotated! you've sooooo got it covered in beeeeeeautiful amanda style!!! ♥♥♥

  4. Wow, 3 challenges in one card, that's impressive. Great card! Love the Santa image and the layered felt flower!!!

  5. Actually.... SANTA looks naughty somehow ;-) Nice card!

  6. What a great holiday card! thank you for playing along with Shopping Our Stash!

  7. I actually prefer non-colored images. :) Nice job on a three-fer!

  8. THIS
    {I love THAT Santa!} I sure am glad you were inspired to create with this sketch and share your GLORIOUS output with Card Patterns... Yee Haw!

  9. The felt flowers look so good on your creation
    Cheers from Bangalore ,India
    Dr Sonia S V


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