Sunday, May 11, 2014

Ho Ho Ho!

No, I'm not talking about my sisters. BUAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Just kidding! (and I apologize if you spit out your beverage after reading that. But seriously, you should know by now not to eat or drink anything whist reading my blogs. (wink!)) Anyhoooooooo, I've again made a card under the gun for Merry Monday #107, which is a sketch challenge. Here's my take on it:

Here's the inside:

and the sketch:

I took a bit of liberty with the sketch. Instead of using the smaller round element over the banner, I used rhinestones on both sides of it. Other than that, it's pretty close. 

Well, better get this entered before it's too late! LOL! If you are celebrating, I wish all Mothers a Happy Mother's Day today! Thank you for being so incredibly awesome!! Hugs!

Stamps: MME - Lost & Found Christmas
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black; Ranger DI - Forest Moss
DP/stickers: Webster's Pages - Waiting for Santa
CS: Bazzill (green); scraps
Accessories: K&Co. - dimensional sticker; JoAnn Craft Essentials - ribbon; Recollections - small rhinestones; large rhinestone from stash
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik permanent, 3D foam squares; Glue Dots


  1. Great card, love those die cuts. Great job with the sketch, Did your fur baby bring you breakfast in bed? mine didn't lol. Happy Mother's Day.

    1. LOL, Barb! Nope, no breakfast in bed for me. Just another day here. Happy Mother's Day to you too!

  2. Love the papers you've used. I would have tried white and not been able to figure out why it wasn't working.

  3. What a sweet little Christmas tree, Chris! I love your interpretation of the sketch! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

  4. Such a snarky post beginning, and such a classy and pretty card! ;)

  5. Haha, omgosh....
    Very cute, Chris!

  6. Seriously, anyone who drinks/eats while coming to visit you should just get slapped upside the head. (Of course it took me a few tries to learn it, but hey. Slow learner).
    LOVE the elegance of those papers, and the perfect amount of bling. This sketch was a real challenge for me!


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