Thursday, November 25, 2010

Cricut Cardz #52 and Crafty Creations #95

This week over at Cricut Cardz for challenge #52 we are to make a Christmas themed card with 'Words Only'!!! No images, just words. Use words from any Cricut cartridge and any colors. Also over at Crafty Creations for challenge #95 the theme is to make a Christmas card or project. They both post new challenges on Wednesdays. For my card base I used Pure Poppy from Papertrey Ink. The bg cardstock is from October Afternoon-Very Merry-Trim the Tree, the back of this sheet. The striped cardstock is from My Little Shoebox-Holly Jolly-Mistletoe, the back of this sheet. I cut 'merry christmas' from Simply Charmed cartridge two times. I used foam tape to pop of the top layer. I used the striped on the inside to tie it to the front but no image this time. Now hop over to these blogs and join in on the fun! Hope ya'll like my card!!! :)

13 comments:

barbsmith2536 said...

I love the peppermint striped paper you used. Great job. Thanks for joining us in this challenge.

Barb from Toronto, Canada
CCC Design Team #2

Melissa said...

Nice job, thanks so much for joining with us at CCC.

girlia said...

nice

Jeri said...

Sharon, what a great job with the words challenge this week. You even have words in your background paper. Well done. Thanks for playing along at Cricut Cardz.

primpedinpaper said...

Cute card! Love the little happy faces! Thanks for playing with us at CCC! -Nicole

Adrian said...

nice job!

Alex said...

great take on the challenge :) tfs :)

mforquer said...

Gorgeous Sharon!! Thanks for playing at Crafty Creations this week!
Melissa

buglvr2010 said...

Love it! the background paper is great!

Raven B said...

Sharon the colors you used are sooo pretty. This reminds me of candy canes. Thanks for playing along with us at the Cricut Cardz Challenge.
Hugs,
Raven

N2ScrapN4Fun said...

Nice job on the card. I love the October Afternoon bg paper.

Thanks for joining us @ CCC.

DORCAS said...

Love it!!!

Scrapper69 said...

I Love the cut... it looks like a peppermint stick! Very creative! TFS! :o)