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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Muse Christmas Vision #49

Hi Everyone,

I am back to stimulate you to pull out your Christmas supplies and play with us at the Muse Christmas Vision!

I made a real simple card using paint chips (courtesy of Home Depot...... ;)

Used a triangle die to cut the paint chips. Added the funny face and arm - stamps by YNS (Your Next Stamp). Punched the speech bubble and added the tiny sentiment (Papertrey). I strung some gold thread with sequins and wrapped it around the front tree - needed some ornaments - after all its a Christmas Tree! I mounted it on a wood colored PP with foam tape. Dry embossed the  back panel (Papertrey)

Hope to see you at MCV!


*Vicki* said...

Super creative and fun!! Love it!

Mac Mable said...

Such fun and so clever. Vibrant colours and great use of the paint chips x

conil said...

Could you get any more clever?...I think not! What a darling concept...and with paint chips. Good way to recycle and save $$$ at the same time. The card is completely charming. I LOVE IT!!!

Susanne Vargas said...

Haha, wie witzig! Und brilliant! Auf was für Ideen du immer kommst!

Kara Lynne said...

How funny! Great idea to use paint chips and I love that silly face!

SonjaK said...

Was für eine geniale Idee für den Einsatz von Farbmusterstreifen! Und dein Weihnachtsbaum ist so was von niedlich. So einen hätte ich dieses Jahr auch gerne im Wohnzimmer stehen.

Flo said...

Das ist ja eine süße Weihnachtskarte!!!
Ich bin im Moment etwas sparsam mit dem Basteln, habe mal wieder eine Nähphase.
Liebe Grüße

Anita in France said...

Hahaha ... how clever ... and brilliant, Cornelia ... your decorated paint chip tree is just so fun! Hugs, Anita :)

Kim Heggins said...

Too darn cute and so stinkin' clever.

cm said...

Your paint chip trees are tooooo fun, Cornelia...smiling all over my face in seeing them!