Monday, July 23, 2012

Christmas Card with EP

SO excited to find a Christmas challenge blog!
Thanks to Lauren Bergold for commenting on my blog.
I went to look at her blogs and found the Jingle Belles challenge
for Christmas cards all year long!

My card features Echo Park's Merry Christmas collection.
I cut the tree from Create-a-Critter cartridge at 3 1/2".
I loved this card by Jean Martin and decided to use a chipboard piece behind my tree.
It is popped in front of the Lacey Circle Spellbinders die cut.

The design is inspired by The Craft's Meow July Sketch:
I flipped it a bit and centered the image. 

Papers: Echo Park, baby!
Stamps: Lawn Fawn's "Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum"
Inks: Memento brown and Vintage Photo distress
Other: TH tiny attacher, Hemptique string, gems

I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Jingle Belles: red OR green, not both!

Thanks for stopping by,


  1. Kelly this is a wonderful Christmas card! I love your choice of patterned papers and the color combination! Thanks for your kind words! :)

  2. What a clever, and beautiful! take on the sketch. So neat to see different styles. Thanks for joining at TCM. Blog hopping is the best, isn't it?

  3. So very thrilled you found us at jingle belles ... love the chocolate cherry color combination ... and that music tree is fabulous.

  4. I love your Christmas tree card. Great paper choices and layout.

  5. Kelly, yummy color combo and a terrific card :)

  6. oof, i am glad you found us at JINGLE BELLES, we're having a blast making our cards throughout the year and MORE is definitely merrier!!! ♥

    as for this gorgeous card, well OF COURSE that is one of my fave EP collections, and you've used it brilliantly... who knew chocolate brown and scarlet would look sooooo amazingly festive & FABULOUS?! (well, clearly ♥YOU♥ did--well done!!!) :) :) :)

  7. I love this holiday card! I really must start making more Xmas cards! Thanks for joining us at The Craft's Meow!


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