It's time for another challenge at If You Give A Crafter A Cookie. There are two prizes this time, provided by Fred She Said and KittyBee Designs. To play along, just make a project inspired by the cookies.
For my card, I used an image from Fred She Said, colored with pencils. The snippet of plaid has been hanging around for years (I used it for one of the first sets of Christmas cards I used, back when I did production-line Christmas cards. That was before I realized I did not enjoy production lines.)
The mistletoe embellishment is made the leafy end from a die-cut branch, with tiny half-pearls as the berries.
This card is for these challenges:
ABC Christmas -- Q is for Quick Layout
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge #295 -- Cute
Creative Inspiration #256 -- Christmas in August
Rudolph Days August -- Christmas
Pixie's Snippet Playground #243 -- Use snippets
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra
Kraftin' Kimmie's Wonderful Wednesday -- Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday #244 -- Anything Goes
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