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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Christmas in Feb!

I made it through January with a Xmas card each week and now February begins. And here is my first card for this month:



This card is for the sketch challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown. Here is the sketch that Danielle set for us:


I have actually used a stamp from the summer set of stamps 'relax' by Verve. It is a 2 layer stamp with a bold and outline image. I am actually quite chuffed with myself about this because I saw the stamp early this week and knew I wanted to use it for this sketch and just played around and came up with a snowflake shape out of my Summer stamp! Isn't it great when something works like this! I added a few gems to keep the card CAS as I loved the clean look of the design and didn't want anything to over power it.

And just for Ruth ,who is on the DT, I decorated the inside:


So week 1 of Feb done!

Have a good evening my friends x

6 comments:

  1. Yay Sandie - so glad you decided to give this sketch a go! I love your interpretation of it and the inside as well (Ruth will be pleased too):o) Thanks so much for joining us this week at 52CCT!

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  3. Sandie, I LOVE this take on our sketch! The bright red really pops with the green and white! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :)

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  4. Hi Sandie, a beautifully contemporary Christmas card, love the inside and the colour choice. Thanks for playing long with us at 52 CCT This week

    Louise xx

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  5. Love this, Sandie. Stunning colour combo.
    xxx

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  6. Wowsers, what a fabulous card Sandie! Love the bright festive combo and it was brilliant to choose a summer stamp and make it a snowflake! A great take on the sketch challenge, you kept to a perfect CAS design! Look at you decorating the inside as well - I am SO impressed - it looks lovely!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at 52 {C}CT & I hope you join us again very soon! Ruth x

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