Jeep Christmas

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Inside:

Oh what fun it is to ride in the jeep with you on Christmas Day!!

I made this card for my husband. He is a jeep guy and as soon as I saw this digi at JW Illustrations I knew it would be perfect for him. I used Digi Sketch Challenge (8/18/14) as my inspiration.
I used Doodlebug Scraps I had. I did cut out the digi to pop dot it to give it dimension.

CHALLENGES:
1) Dec Inspirational Card Challenge – theme – Christmas

SUPPLIES:
Digital Image: Christmas Jeep @ JW Illustrations
Cardstock: Bazzill (bazzill green, lava), American Crafts (cricket)
Patterned Paper: Doodlebug (Cheerfully Christmas)
Inks: pre-colored digital image printed on Canon Inkjet Printer
Accents/Tools: EK Success 1/16 pop dots, white brads

 

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Rockin’ Christmas 6 x 6 Paper Pad

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This was another card made for the regular (guy from our old church) card customer that needed 20 cards. I had bought a 6 x 6 paper pad at Hobby Lobby in the fall because it was cute and on sale. Well it was perfect as I made several cards from the paper in the pack. I used Tuesday Morning Sketches #371 as my inspiration.

CHALLENGES:
1) December Card Sketch Challenge – Bonus – use a past sketch – October 2016 sketch #5.
2) December Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – product – 6 x 6 paper pad.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven)
Patterned Paper: Sugar & Spice Studio (Rockin’ Christmas)
Accents/Tools: ribbon, white button, 1/8 scor-tape,

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Another one made with the 6 x 6 paper pad since I needed to make 20 cards quick. I started out with a sketch but it didn’t work so ended up with this.

CHALLENGES:
1) December Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – product – 6 x 6 paper pad.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Sea Water, white)
Patterned Paper: Sugar & Spice Studio (Rockin’ Christmas)
Accents/Tools: Martha Stewart Aspen Snowflake punch, glue dots, EK success 1/16 pop dots, cutter bee scissors, gems

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So I started out making the snowflake card and I cut this piece of polka dot paper but it didn’t end up working out. So I found this square image of Santa in the paper pack and thought it fit perfectly on here once it was mounted on black cardstock. Simple but it works!

CHALLENGES:
1) December Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – product – 6 x 6 paper pad.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Sea Water, white, Raven)
Patterned Paper: Sugar & Spice Studio (Rockin’ Christmas)
Accents/Tools: Martha Stewart Aspen Snowflake punch,

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So I had these scraps sitting on my desk after make 3 different cards from a 6 x 6 paper pad. Decided to use them to make a simple but cute Christmas card. I added snowflakes to the middle panel then added stickles to all three panels (hard to see in the photo).

CHALLENGES:
1) December Inspirational Card Challenge @ Scrapbook.com – product – 6 x 6 paper pad.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock: Bazzill (Sea Water, white)
Patterned Paper: Sugar & Spice Studio (Rockin’ Christmas)
Accents/Tools: Martha Stewart Aspen Snowflake punch, Frosted Lace Stickles, micro glue dots

Christmas Words

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Christmas Words w Tree

I used Sugar Sketch Challenge #41 as my inspiration.

CHALLENGES:
1) March Inspirational Card Challenge – product category – paper (or stamp) with words on it.

2) Sugar Pea Designs – Sugar Sketch #41 – make a project based off the sketch.

3) Christmas Card Challenge #13 – use the photo as your inspiration. I went with the tree and the sparkle.

4) Crimbo Crackers Challenge #101 – Die Cuts. The tree is a Sizzix die and the snowflakes were cut from a cricut cartridge.

SUPPLIES:
Image: Sizzix Christmas Tree #2 original die
Patterned Paper: MME 6 x 6 paper pad – Christmas
Cardstock: Bazzill (Raven, Pomegranate, Rain Forest)
Accents/Tools: Christmas Cheer Cricut Cartridge (snowflakes), gems, star gem, stickles (frosted lace)

Merry Christmas Kiddo!

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One of the guys at work was driving to Hallmark and then remembered I made cards so he called me up asking if I could make his daughter a card. Not ever making cards for him and not sure what he wanted since his daughter is in college I sent him several images from different sites. He picked Cookies for Santa at The Paper Shelter. It has both pre-colored and outline images so it was perfect. This is what I designed with that image:

Merry Christmas Kiddo

His front had a different sentiment as it was more personal but in my hurry to get it done I forgot to take a picture of it. So I had to make another one to take a picture so it could be posted on my blog.

Sketch: Sketch N Stash Challenge #107

CHALLENGES:

  1. Anything Goes – Christmas Break Challenge @ The Paper Shelter

SUPPLIES:

Digital Image: Cookies for Santa @ The Paper Shelter

Cardstock: Bazzill

Patterned Paper: Recollections (Bright and Jolly)

Inks: pre-colored digital image printed on Canon Inkjet Printer

Accents/Tools: Cricut, Basic George Cricut Cartridge, ribbon

Christmas ornaments

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The challenge at Christmas Cards All Year ‘Round this month is Ornaments. While wondering Deedee’s Digis I saw this Christmas tree with ornaments and thought it would make a cute card.

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I went looking through my scrap drawers containing Christmas paper (yes, I have two scrap drawers containing ONLY Christmas paper!!) and found this perfect piece from the Basic Grey Nordic Holiday paper pack. I like the stitched look to the letters and it was the perfect color. I used Tuesday Morning Sketches #294 as my inspiration.

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CHALLENGES:

1) Christmas Cards All Year ‘Round – Ornaments

2) Tuesday Morning Sketches #294 – Use the sketch provided as inspiration

3) The 12 Months of Christmas Challenge #4 – Anything Christmas with an optional twist of non-traditional colors listed. I chose to do the anything goes.

SUPPLIES:

Digital Image: Country Christmas @ Deedee’s Digis

Cardstock: Bazzill

Patterned Paper: Basic Grey (Nordic Holiday)

Inks: pre-colored digital image printed on Canon Inkjet Printer

Accents/ Tools: button, Twine (Simplicity), Fiskars Scallop punch

Oh my I almost forgot….It Digital Release Day!!!

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Oh I totally forgot about it being Digital Release Day at Clear Dollar Stamps! The releases are totally cute and so many different styles I’m sure you will find a couple that you MUST HAVE!!

I couldn’t resist playing with Austin’s new Autumn Digital Stamp. The scarecrow just had to be made into a card but then I decided to play in word and combine the food together. Well, then that just went so easily into the October Card Challenge – Sketch Category at Scrapbook.com I made that card too! I used Sketch: Seems A Little Sketchy #23 for the Scarecrow card.

  

Scarecrow Card Inside: I hope you don’t think I’ve baled on you… How ya been?

I then played with the pre-colored Patchpal Reindeer Digital Image

I used Try Stampin’ on Tuesday Sketch #87 for my inspiration.

CHALLENGES:

SUPPLIES:

Give Thanks

Stamp: Autumn digital stamp
Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill (kraft, brown), Patterned Papers: Crate Paper (Lemon Grass Collection)
Inks: pre-colored digital image
Accents/Tools: pop dots, button, floss, circle punches

Hay!

Stamps: Autumn
Cardstock: Bazzill
Inks: pre-colored digital image
Accents: distresser, burlap, brad, pop dots

Reindeer – Merry Christmas

Stamps: Patchpal Reindeer COLOUR
Cardstock/Papers: Patterned Paper – digital paper that comes with stamp, Cardstock – Bazzill
Inks: pre-colored image printed on a Canon Inkjet printer
Accents/Tools: pop dots, cricut, Elegant Edges Cricut Cartridge, Xyron X