Thursday, April 16, 2015

Krafty Christmas

Here's another for the Christmas card pile, using the coffee and cream color combo from 53 Christmas Card Throwdown.  The tree (which I think is CTMH) is white embossed and mounted o a frayed burlap layer for texture. Sketch is the current Sketch Saturday layout.

I played in several challenges to create this card:

Sketch Saturday #356
Crafty Hazelnut Christmas challenge #224 -- add texture
Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Extra -- anything Christmas
52 Christmas Card Throwdown -- coffee and cream colors
Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge -- trees
Inky Inspirations #205 -- Kraft it
Creative Inspirations #309 -- seeing stars
The Ribbon Girl -- any image plus ribbon
CRAFT Challenge #307 -- Christma

9 comments:

  1. Love your card and the colors you chose. Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week! Hugs, Deb

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  2. I like the texture from the burlap. Lovely Christmas tree. Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

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  3. I love the layer of burlap and ribbon trim. Beautiful!

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  4. love the burlap background and the embossed tree on the kraft cardstock - thanks for joining us at the 52CCT

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  5. Beautiful. Thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. x

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  6. A great card hun! Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations! xxx

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  7. I love these colours and what a great card. Christmas in april.... you are sooo organised! thank you for joining us at creative inspirations.

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  8. Kraft and red! I was just talking kraft with a friend. Kraft and black is quite timeless but kraft and red has quite a pop to it. Love this card. That burlap... nice look to combine with kraft. The kit I'm working on now has a loose weave burlap ribbon. I'm not really sure where to go with it.

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  9. LOVE this festive make Sandy.Kinda Scandinavian feel to it.

    xxx

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