Saturday, April 2, 2016

Fa la la la la

 After lying on the beach in Cuba for a week I was a little slow 
getting back into my craft room - had to do laundry and yard work but 
today I get to play! And I'm starting with the challenge at Merry Monday. 
The challenge is to make a card based on a Christmas carol and after
a few different ones ran through my head I settled on Deck the Halls but
now I can't seem to get it out of my head :)



I came across this dsp while I was cleaning up my craft desk. I have no 
idea how old it is or where it came from but I knew I was going to use 
it. To make the 'jolly' more of a focal point I also die cut it out of 
fun foam. I love that stuff! I embossed the sentiment and called it
a day. Time to make some cards!




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supplies:
from Stampin' Up! unless noted
card stock: whisper white, old olive, cherry cobbler, basic black
stamp set: Jolly & Joyful (Lil' Inker)
big shot: jolly (Lil' Inker), lg & sm stitched rectangle stackables (Lawn Fawn)
ink: whisper white
whisper white embossing powder

9 comments:

  1. So lovey with that pretty pattern paper. Thanks for joining us this week at Merry Monday.

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  2. Love that paper, Susan, and what an honor that your first card was for Merry Monday! Now let's sing...Deck the halls...

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  3. Susan I really like how you put your card together. The dsp really was the clincher for this card. :)

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  4. Very pretty..love that paper!

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  5. Very pretty..love that paper!

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  6. I like your Christmas carol - and I really like your card!

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  7. Beautiful card, I love the pretty paper. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

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  8. Love that popped sentiment! That's one of my favorite dies, and it does really well with the foam. The background is perfect.

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  9. Gorgeous paper beautifully used! Love the red die cut word! Cuba?!--how exciting!

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