Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Funky Christmas card

I've been really busy the last few days re-decorating my 8yo daughter's room and had to stop and take a stamp break this afternoon.  I wanted to make a funky Christmas card and used some digi images (tree and sentiment) from Wild Flower Kids.  The text background is a .pdf that I'm pretty sure came from Mel Stampz blog but I'm not positive. It's Christmas dictionary text and I printed it on rustic white cardstock.  I used more of the Basic Gray Eskimo Kisses paper with a card base of PTI Sweet Blush.  My 6yo chose the button.
Short and sweet tonight, I've got some paint brushes to clean.  Painting is such a pain but the clean up is even worse!  Have a good one!


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9 comments:

  1. i absolutely love it. totally smitten on the text! we are going to start painting the kitchen and dd room next week!

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  2. I love this card...I love how you can put cards together....

    Not sure if I commented or not but really like your newly designed blog... I like it a lot.... and admire your ability to do that yourself....

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  3. The text is a very cool idea! I love it. And you did a great job with the layout and your coloring!

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  4. Ugh, cleaning paint brushes is just the worst thing! Love your card though!

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  5. I love the button your 6-year-old picked out. It totally caught my eye! These colors are fabulous together. I like the sweet blush for the background. What a fun Christmas card! I hope the paint clean-up went well.

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  6. What a neat card! I love the ecclectic look of it! and LOVE LOVE LOVE the beautiful new blog layout!!! wonderful choice for you annie. It's a nice reflection of your wonderful personality. :)

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  7. Super cute card! I love all the color - so bright, fresh and fun!

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  8. I love this unique layout. I love the patterned paper and the Christmas tree. i love this!

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