Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Christmas In August

I am so pleased to finally upload this card that I made at the Stamp Camp. This little Santa was fun to work with...we made the scalloped border with our...yes you guessed it...Scalloped Border Punch and also did sewing on the card, well our SU Demo Ann, did most of the sewing for everyone!! Santa's head is also popped up on dimensionals, along with one of the trees! This was popular among the ladies...all liking the 'cute' cards. I must say though, this wasn't a set I would have looked at twice but after working with it, I can definitely see that it has potential! I do like the overall look of the card!

I have taken a close up as it can be hard to capture dimension in a photo...I love the lift that it can give...you wouldn't think that it could make such a difference!! I love the concept of this card and can think of sets that I have that I could do this with....hmmmm....thinking...thinking!

This qualifies for the Our Creative Corner Challenge this week the theme is Christmas in August....I could handle Christmas every month - how about you! LOL! It is also for the Creative Card Crew Challenge, which is also Christmas in August - sounds like we are all going to be organised this year!! LOL!

Thank you for stopping by I love to see you have been and appreciate your encouraging comments - you know they make my day! God bless you!


  1. Linda, my friend, I love this little card!!!! This would make a perfect mass production card to mail out. TFS this fun little Santa. Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

  2. Such a fabulous Christmas card. Thankyou for taking part in the Creative Card Crew Challenge.
    Paula xxxx

  3. Aw, cute little chubbie Santa. Fun card, Linda!


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