Sunday, February 15, 2015

CASE Christmas

Can you believe that it is the middle of February already!?  I can't.  But, since it is, here is my mid-month inspiration for Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra:
 I found this card on Pinterest (unfortunately, the link is broken so I don't know who made it and can't give credit where it is due):
Cute idea and a great way to use up scraps
I think it is the perfect card for using up scraps, plus I had the small label die already cut and sitting in my "bits and pieces" stash.  I hope you've been inspired to get working on your Christmas cards.  It's never too early to start!

C.R.A.F.T Challenge #298--traditional Christmas Colors (I threw a little brown in there, but I hope this is traditional enough)
Word Art Wednesday #170--anything goes with uplifting sentiment

Stamps: Verve "Silent Night"
Dies/punches: Spellbinders "Labels One"; Fiskars "Apron" border punch
Papers: American Crafts "Jolly"


Hazel said...

Thanks, Heather, for your lovely design inspiration card for mid month CHNC challenge extra for February x

Brenda B said...

I love this Heather, it's such a fantastic idea and a brilliant way of using up scraps. Your sentiment really makes it though.


Brenda said...

What a fun card, Heather! Thank you so much for joining us at CRAFT Challenge.

Unknown said...

The sentiment script is really lovely. I like using scraps and bits and pieces. A great Christmas card. Thank you for taking time to share your creations with us at Word Art Wednesday in our 170th challenge. Your art is beautiful. Many BLESSINGS to you and yours,

cotnob said...

This is a fabulous card Heather, you have chosen lovely papers.

Gail said...

This is gorgeous. I love the combination of papers and the overall color of burgundy, green and aqua. So pretty all together with these papers that just pull it all together. Gorgeous sentiment....such a nice card! Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin'! Hugs, Gail

chanya13 said...

You are so speedy - first christmast card in February ;) But I love it very much. Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. Hugs from Poland :)

Helen said...

Love it, Heather - a really clever way of using up scraps of paper!

Thanks for joining us at the CRAFT Challenge

Helen N x