Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Christmas Card for a Color Challenge

This card uses the Create with Connie and Mary Challenge#326 here. It's a color challenge to use Mossy Meadow, Lost Lagoon and Silver. Festival of Trees is the stamp set with some Moonlight DSP Stack. 

Here's my recipe:
Stamps: Festival of Trees
Papers: WW, Mossy Meadow, Lost Lagoon, Silver glimmer paper, Moonlight DSP Stack
Inks: Mossy Meadow, Lost Lagoon, Versamark
Accessories: Tree punch, Itty Bitty Accents punches pack, Extra-large oval punch, Basics Rhinestone Jewels, Stampin dimensionals, 3/8 inch Mossy Meadow stitched satin ribbon, Silver embossing powder

7 comments:

Lisa Martz said...

I like the way your DSP looks like snow and I like all the bling you added. Thanks for playing the Create with Connie and Mary color challenge this week!

Lisa Young said...

What a pretty, sparkly card! I love the addition of all of the rhinestones on your tree. It gives your card an extra festive look! Thanks for joining us this week at Create with Connie and Mary.

Mary Brown said...

How pretty! I love the silver on the tree...PERFECT for Christmas! That dsp looks great as your 'snow'! Thanks for playing along this week in the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!

Margaret Raburn said...

Such a pretty card using the challenge colors!! That Lost Lagoon DSP works so well as snow and all the silver sparkle makes for one beautifully glittery card! Thanks for joining us for the color challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

Melissa Davies said...

All the glitz added to this card is just stunning! Another gorgeous card! Thanks for playing along in the color challenge this week at Create with Connie and Mary!

Deb said...

What a pretty Christmas card! Love how you added the oval behind the tree to help make it pop! Thanks for playing the challenge at Create with Connie and Mary!

Connie said...

Very pretty, that Festival of Trees and Punch makes such great cards! Thanks for playing along with the color challenge this week on Create with Connie and Mary!