Paper crafting is works of heart

Paper crafting is works of heart!

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Merry and Bright with white blue and brown color palette for Christmas Card

This was a quick and easy made Christmas card using cute polar bear patterned paper from Martha Stewart 2018. A scrap of blue-green cardstock for a ribbon tail type tag and 2 different set of alphas along with some white glitter foam snowflakes and blue gems add the accents.




link for October challenge of Merry and Bright for Winter Wonderland Challenge Blog:



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other links and shares=
link for 52 CCT colour challenge for Week 2 of October 2019=
expired last night but you can see the marvelous DT projects and all the terrific linked submissions by a hundred +/- talented crafters: https://52cct.blogspot.com/2019/10/october-colour-challenge-dt-call.html; new challenge of theme for Week 3 is snowman...if only the patterned paper had snowmen instead of polar bears!!!!!!




*Not Just Cards= October challenge with anything goes theme
link: http://notjustcardschallenges.blogspot.com/2019/10/october-challenge-and-results-of.html


*my personal page on Facebook

*PPPDTC group on Facebook; its a sharing site for crafting bloggers

Short post, folks! Crazy week with substitute teaching interrupted with husband having some irregular cardiac issues and spending about 31 hours with him at a regional hospital! We've both spent the bulk of today/Saturday resting and napping.

Spending a little time crafting and blogging from the American heartland,
Becca S

4 comments:

  1. A delightfully simple and elegant card Becca - nice to see a card that is not covered in penguins, plaid, snowmen or polar bears:)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. What a great example of pulling various elements together for a delightful Christmas card, Becca! Love that pp, all the schparkle, and the pop of that turquoise tag sediment! I am sending best wishes that they are able to get hubby's heart beating regularly again. What a scare that must have been. Hugs, Darnell

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