This week I was able to send out some more Christmas cards overseas and was happy I was able to managed it within the first week of December. There are still some to be mailed in the coming week before I go on a short holiday break with family back in the Philippines so I hope all are received before the 25th.
For now, let me share the card I created for Sketch N Scrap, Card Sketch # 15. The sketch is another great one from Kelly.
I used the pretty red ribbons from my stash while the patterned papers are from Basic Gray, Aspen Frost collection. The small banners are from Pink Paislee which I also have in a while from my stash and the stamps from Ali Edwards.
I’m entering this card in Divas by Design, Feeling Festive challenge.
Also in Through the Craftroom Door Challenge, Anything Goes
It’s the first sketch of the month at Sketch N Scrap and we now have Card Sketch #13 designed by Kelly.
I created a holiday card using papers from Pink Paislee including the banner embellishments. Only few more weeks and Christmas is already here 🙂 I really need to get going with my holiday cards and not cram the last-minute to send it to family and friends overseas.
For my sentiment, I used a stamp from Papertrey Ink.
Remember, Sketch N Scrap Holiday Blog Hop is still going to until 8th of November so come by at the SNS blog for inspirational projects.
Oh, and I’m entering this card in Simon Says Stamp, Anything Goes challenge.
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Quickly checking in to share my take in this month’s Papertrey Ink Tag it Challenge blog hop.
The challenge is create a quick set of five gift tags for the holidays, just perfect for the coming season isn’t it?
I used Papertrey Ink’s tag dies, alphas, star, and Christmas sock dies for this project. A combination of one, two or more of the elements. I did random ones rather than only one layout for the same set of five tags.
So without further ado, here’s what I came up with.