Jul 21, 2009

Digital Tuesday #16 Christmas in July

Hello and a happy tuesday! I love the challenge Amy chose for us over at the Digital Tuesday challenge blog.

" Christmas in July"

Because many times I wait until the last minute to make my christmas cards. And that can get hectic at that time of the year!

I made a pretty simple card as I seem to have very
little time for my hobby these days. The image (a limited time freebie from Digital Stamp Oasis) was printed at 3.5 x 5 inches on GP white card stock. I colored it with copics. Then I ran the top and bottom of the paper thru the big kick with swiss dots embossing folder. Adhered to basic black card stock then to sahara sand card base. To finish the card off, I added the sentiment (SU - warm words) with the oval punch, added the snowflake punchouts and a little bit of stickles.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. Be sure to check out the other gorgeous Design Team samples and maybe play along for a chance to win your choice of 3 digital stamp oasis images.
Oh, and the image I used is a freebie from digital stamp oasis throughout the month of July. You can download it here.

8 comments:

  1. This is darling Ellie! I love it!
    Hugs
    Lynda =)

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  2. Just the kind of christmas card I want to get goos job.

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  3. This is adorable Ellie! I love the way you used the embossing to look like snow!
    Blessings, Maria

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  4. This is adorable! Love how the top & bottom are embossed!

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  5. Too sweet and so pretty! tfs Ellie!!!

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  6. So cute Ellie! I love the image and embossing that way is just a wonderful idea!

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  7. Ellie the image and card are adorable and a reminder that I should be starting on my cards too!

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  8. So cute!!! love the embossed borders and I love this image!!!

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