Friday, 23 December 2016

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas wishes using non-traditional colours.


I have added thin foam dots randomly around each wreath layer, colouring each one using Copic markers to match the piece on top, so that they are nearly invisible under the curled leaves.
I die cut the bow and popped it in place using a 1/4" high foam dot, curling, popping & adhering the tails of the bow to make it more secure.


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Paper Smooches - Christmas Words 2 Dies
Kaisercraft – 6 ½”Paper Pad – North Pole 
Perfect Layers Rulers

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I am going to enter my card in the following challenges (alphabetical order):

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ABC Christmas Challenge
Y is for Yikes and Z is for Zoom
this card is a YIKES and a ZOOM
yikes because I needed another Christmas card
and zoom because I needed it fast
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Christmas Cards All Year ’Round
December Challenge – Anything Christmas / Holiday
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Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge
CHNC Challenge #312 – Cute or Anything Goes as long as it’s Christmas
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Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge Extra
December 2016 - anything goes as long as it's Christmas
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Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge
Challenge #86 – Create A Christmas Card or ABC (Anything But a Card)
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Incy Wincy Designs
December 18 – Non Traditional Christmas Colours
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Paper Sweeties
Paper Sweeties Inspiration #50 December 2016
I love the non-traditional colours from this inspiration pic
   
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the challenge this month is to use dies
   

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The 12 Months Of Christmas Link Up
Challenge #24 – Optional Theme … Welcome To The North Pole
I believe that all the houses at the North Pole would have a wreath on their front door and that everyone would be wishing each other Merry Christmas ... all year long!
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25 comments:

  1. And a very Merry Christmas to you-love this card! It's so happy & I really like the pink & red! What die did you use for the bow-it's lovely!

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    1. Thank You Beth :)
      The bow is from the "Take A Bow" set of dies from Winnie & Walter https://www.winniewalter.com/products/take-a-bow-cutaways I highly recommend these dies as it has several different bows and, like all W&W products, they are wonderful quality too.

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  2. Hi Tracy, this is a gorgeous card, I love your design with the lovely red colour scheme. Thank you for joining in the fun with us this time at ABC Christmas Challenge.
    Sue...xxx

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  3. What an absolutely darling card -- I adore the pink and green and lovely wreath and sentiment! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us at Paper Sweeties for our December challenge!

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  4. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at CCAYR, good luck!!! Amy DT

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  5. A fabulous card and a great design. Thank you for sharing with us at Christmas Cards All Year Round.
    Kath x

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  6. Tracy, this is just beautiful. Every speck of it is gorgeous! I love the wreath and the red bow. :) Thanks for joining us at Christmas Cards All Year 'Round! Please be sure to come by again soon! ~ Ali (CCAYR DT)

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  7. Great Christmas card. Thank you for joining us at Holly Jolly this Christmas season. Happy New Year. Judy DT

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  8. Great card - thanks for joining us at Christmas Cards All Year Round.

    Happy New Year!

    Helen x

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  9. Gorgeous card Tracy, the wreath is lovely and I love the pink, very cute 😍

    Thanks for joining us on the ABC Christmas Challenge and Happy New Year!! 🍾πŸ₯‚
    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  10. Lovely creation. Thanks for joining us at Holly Jolly. Good luck.
    Lynn aka Lynnpenguin, Holly Jolly DT

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  11. Your card is gorgeous, Tracy. I love the colours and the background paper. Thanks for joining us at ABC Christmas Challenge. Luv, Wilma

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