Welcome to Becca's Heart for Creativity blog! My body and brain were overloaded with LOTS to do all day long on the day of deadline with a card to make. I'm already on a specific Christmas card making challenge blog, so I decided to give myself the prompt of an all green card.
Dumpster diving was next. Kidding! Stash treasure hunt--yes! I've got 4 shoe box size containers inside the house currently. I've got more Christmas and winter season supplies out in the garage; probably 2 or 3 boxes I believe. It was so difficult to find green-only Christmas products. If I would allowed green and white...lots more options. Extremely difficult but I kept it to all green. Base card was made with solid green cardstock 5" x 7". And then 3 scraps with the center one coming from a Christmas paper pad collection.
Accents are from various suppliers such as Webster Pages for alpha stickers, Pen + Gear for washi tape, and Bo Bunny for the green flower die-cut.
#436 All Green Season's Greetings Christmas card=
green glitter paint pen was applied to the center of the flower along with the accenting on the petals
and the flower is raised off the background paper scrap with a round adhesive foam dot.
almost all vertical lines
MTTC's posting link: #436 Christmas in July
Remember: you can do anything Christmas for your project, too; and it doesn't need to be a card either. Check the MTTC posting for details but I'm pretty sure you could make a tag, a Christmas party invite, a Christmas treat bag topper, a Christmas theme candy bar wrapper, etc.
other challenge blogs and Facebook groups that I'm sharing this posting or card photo with:
a. PPCC blog #475; theme= anything goes (paper-crafting wise)
b. MLCC blog #24
c. Paper, Paper, Paper & Design Team Calls group on Facebook;
d. Mixed Media Creativity group on Facebook; paper products (patterned paper, cardstock, washi tape, alphas, die-cuts); crystal gems; glitter foam tree; glitter green paint pen;
Crafting in the USA heartland,
Design Team member for these 3:
c. 52 CCT
Stay safe and healthy!
You certainly gave yourself a great challenge Becca, and made a great job of applying it - a unique and pretty cardReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Maxine!Delete
Great design - love how you used the letters.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Penny's Challenge.
Great job on the challenge. Wonderful Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at MLCCBReplyDelete