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One Layer Christmas Card Challenge

Hi Everyone,

I got the honor to be Guest designer at the One Layer Christmas Card Challenge!
Perhaps you want to play along - we have your all time favorite theme - anything goes, but it has to be one layer, of course!



Since Shery Russ from STAMPlorations is the creator of the challenge I figured I pull out my copious STAMPlorations supplies and make a card worthy of the occasion! The background stencil (spritzed), the stamp, the sentiment - all by STAMPlorations. 


Come on and play with us! 
You will need those Christmas cards, I know that ;)

Linking up with:
Lost Coast Design - anything goes




Comments

Flo said…
Jaja, ich weiß!!! Weihnachten kommt immer so schnell und völlig überraschend. Aber ich bin halt ein Saisonarbeiter.
Der/diejenige, die dieses Riesengeschenk bekommt wird sich aber freuen, auch wenn es nur auf die Karte aufgestempelt ist.
Liebe Grüße
conil said…
Congratulation Miss Guest Designer...and what a treat you've provided us with. Amazing color...love that background and the touch of glimmer on those perfectly colored images.
BożenA said…
Hi Cornelia!
Sparrows chirp, the big day today ...? Happy Birthday. Above all good health, happiness, love and endless ideas for your unusual cards.
Hugs,
BożenA
Karren said…
Fabulous job creating dimension on a one layer card!
Anita in France said…
Such a cool and fun spritzy background, Cornelia ... fabulous with that cluster of wonderful Christmassy images! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
One super artsy, spritzy fun way to showcase the Christmas words stencil that pairs delightfully with the gift/ornaments combination! Added bonus: both of these products reside in my collection sooooo...inspiration sparked!
Hugs~c
Susan Joyce said…
Awesome Christmas card Cornelia, love the depth and dimension you created with your stamps and stencil. Thanks for being our Guest Designer at OLCCC.
Nikki W said…
The background is really great, love the colours and the placement of the image and sentiment. Fab make. Thanks for joining us at the lost coast Portal to Creativity :)

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