Maria, over at Just Us Girls came up with a fun sketch.
While I was visiting in Seattle, my friend and I stopped at a mortar stamp store! Wow, that was so fun - I can't remember the last time I was in an actual stamp store. I scored a couple of dies like the one I used here. I have been seeing them everywhere in blogland and I just love them~ that was a fun store! Meanwhile no links to anything since I didn't use any stamps! Oh, I did use my Bowdabra to make my bow.
Pop on over to JUGS, and play along! We would love to see your creation~
Tonight, I am combining a couple of cards. One for challenges, and one for my SCS sample card. I will start first with the challenge card. I was able to combine Curtain Call; Christmas, CASE Study and Muse in one card. It worked rather well actually.
I used my Christmas standard set, Hero Arts Holiday Cheer, a $1 Santa from Mike's, and a sentiment from Hero Arts Holiday Sayings. Here is the CASE Study card [Keisha Campbell] Muse Card [Laurie Willison]
Curtain Call Christmas Day 1
And, the SCS Color Challenge card for this week. Karen chose Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi, and gold, with a dessert of fussy cutting.
While looking for a stamp, I came across my Spellbinder Poinsettia dies! [HA! Forgot I had these fun puppies] No dessert for me - remember, I really don't like using scissors. I used a different sentiment from Hero Arts Holiday Sayings.
Welcome to the House of Cards Term One Blog Hop! If you've come here from Tara's blog, then you are in the right place! If you have just stumbled here and would like to participate, please hop over to the House of Cards challenge blog to get started! We've got some fabulous sponsors that are providing prizes, so make sure to leave comments at each stop for a chance to win!
This hop goes through December 15th, so take your time hopping. We have invited the IBS Designer Team to join in, along with the entire HOC Team. There is also a challenge for you the hopper - anything goes, inspired by this photo: [over on the HOC Blog]
Ready for the list? [I'm telling you it's a doozy]
Nancy rocked choosing this week for the Wild Card challenge - One Layer, Winter Theme card. WOOHOO - I love me one layer cards, and I have missed making them!
Now, some stampers think you can't have ribbon and bling on a one layer card - but me, I go for it. There is only one layer of card stock in this photo. That's how I base my OLC. [Just sayin'] I used a retired Stampin Up set, Simple Shapes with a little water spritzing, and a sentiment from [my go-to this Christmas] Hero Arts, Decorate Your Holidays, dual stamped for a shadow effect.
Do you like the challenge? Well come on over to JUGS over and play along -- you can't say the challenge isn't easy enough~
Thanks for stopping by~