Tuesday, September 29, 2009

SPCC #17

I love the color combinations that are posted on SPcolorcombos. Samantha is coming up with an awesome color challenges, and this week wasn't any different. It wasn't easy to add the yellow in, but it was a blast to play. Here's the color challenge:
and here's my card:

Ok gals, I admit that I can't get away from Holiday cards lately. It seems like at least every other challenge I'm particpating in, I'm making a Christmas card!!

I had the idea for a little bit to use the xxx alphabet set, but I hadn't come up with the write card to do it on. This card was turning into the perfect one for this alphabet set, and put it over the top fun. Hope you enjoy!!



I used the following product on this card (all product Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: Snow Buddies (116505), Christmas Punch (115366), Jumble Alphabet (115199)
Paper: BashfulBlue(105120), Real Red (102482), So Saffron (105118), Old Olive (100702), Watercolor Paper (105019)
Ink: Bashful Blue (105209), Real Red(103113), So Saffron (105213), VersaMark (102283), Real Red Marker (100052), Bashful Blue Marker (105111), So Saffron Marker (105114)
Accessories: Glassy Glaze Enamel Stampin' Emboss Powder (100477), Scallop Edge Punch (112091)


  1. Great card! I love everything about it!!

  2. I just love this delightful card! That alphabet is perfect in it. Thanks for using SPCC colors.

  3. Yay! Loving when people make Christmas cards. Great use of the color combo.

    Emily-SP Diva

  4. I love Christmas cards!! Great use of the color combo!
    So glad you joined us again this week at SPCC!

  5. Love this combo translated into such an adorable holiday card!!

    Heidi SP Diva

  6. Beautiful card for this color combo!! WTG!


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