Happy Holidays–1 of 5 Christmas Cards for February

Here is the first of my February cards encouraged by the Splitcoast stampers challenge.Various blog challenges have inspired me. DSCN3957_edited-1 

http://craftyourpassionchallenges.blogspot.com/ – anything goes, no patterned paper. So I made my background from a stamp – Stampin’ Up’s “Rue Des Fleurs” set.

http://christmascardchallenges.blogspot.com.au/ – make own background – I embossed the navy card, and embossed the stamped white panel.

http://christmascrafting.blogspot.com/ – blue white silver

http://natalduranteoanotodo.blogspot.com/ – anything goes

http://crimbo-crackers.blogspot.com/ – no people or animals. The sentiment stamped under the pen is from the “Warmest Regards” set.

http://craftyhazelnutschristmaschallenge.blogspot.com/ – use die cut – Spellbinders snowflakes


11 thoughts on “Happy Holidays–1 of 5 Christmas Cards for February

  1. This is a beautiful Christmas card and in Blue Hues too how cool!! I love your use of so many elements ie the EF, boarder punch… Neto stamp set too, love it! Great job!

  2. Gorgeous card – love the deep colour of the background – shows off the rest of the card so well – thank you for joining in my CHNC challenge 58 – hope to see you again soon. x

  3. What an elegant card and so beautifully stamped.Love the blues with the silver.Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see you again next week 😀
    Lisa x

  4. Oh! How pretty and absolutely elegant! Love what you have done with the colors. That stamp is GORGEOUS! Wow! The layers and textures are magnificent. Thank you for sharing your creation!

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