30 in 30 Memory Works Card Challenge: Day 16

Happy FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo! Ready for the weekend? Hop on over to the Memory Works blog and check out the sketch by Verve (home of Mojo Monday and Viva la Verve challenges) that the fabulously talented Christy Musack has for us today. (It’s NOT for the faint-hearted, but the fun-loving will have a ball!) And don’t forget to stop by Studio (C) to get some more inspiration from Christy! (Folks, this girl can craft!)

So here’s my take:


Okay, have to be honest, I wasn’t sure how this one would turn out. But I LIKE it! 😀

The patterned paper is from Lily Bee Designs’ Christmas Cheer collection. (The 6×6 pad, to be exact.) I used American Crafts cardstock in Rouge and Leaf for accents. The snowflakes are cut from Pool cardstock, also by American Crafts. I added a little bling in the middle. The Leaf cardstock is edged using the Pinking Hearts punch [retired] by Stampin’ Up. I layered it under the 2 half circles and then tied it all together with a little Silver Shimmer Trim by Close To My Heart. (Really dig this trim!) I used silver and white gel pens to accent the half circles and added a sentiment at the bottom from CTMH‘s Snow Flurries stamp set [retired] in Cranberry Exclusive ink.

Here’s a close-up:


(Is that Shimmer Trim cool, or what?!)

Have a wonderful Friday and an fabulously creative weekend!



2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Lynn Darda
    Nov 16, 2012 @ 07:17:41

    I love that Shimmer Trim with those papers, which I will now HAVE to buy!


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