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Joy Clair November Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

Its blog hop time at Joy Clair!

You probably arrived from the talented Jessica Pascarella 

You are going to love this month sets! I have the pleasure to introduce the set Holly Jolly Santa!



Here is the complete set:

Such cute images!

I just went with the little elf, stamped him repeatedly and colored him with Copics. Added the sentiment.
And here is a combined view of all the new sets:



Hop with us. Be sure to visit each of the designers on this blog hop!

Cornelia Wenokor - you are here

We will be giving away TWO $25.00 gift certificate to the Joy Clair store. To be a winner you must comment on JC blog and each DT blog. Increase chances of winning by sharing the blog post with your friends! The winner will be announced on the Joy Clair blog on November 30st.


Just in case you missed my previous post - the Joy Clair November challenge has started! You have a whole month to link up and as always the winner gets a $25 gift card for the Joy Clair store - what are you waiting for?

 Linking up with:
Addicted to Stamps and More - Holiday
Less is More - Celebration






Comments

Lori Kobular said…
Such a fun Christmas card! I love all the little elves!
!neke said…
Love those elves Cornelia !!!!
Helen Gullett said…
Cornelia, your card is so Jolly! LOVE those elves and sentiment :)
*Vicki* said…
This is such a fun and festive design!! I love it!! :)
What a cute line up of Elves. That is such a cool and festive looking card design.
LeeAnn McKinney said…
This is so cute, might have to use this idea.
smyiow said…
Such a cute card!! Love this!!
Karla Yungwirth said…
What a fantastic one layer card! Awesome job!
Unknown said…
Oh is a funny card! That remember a movie..ELF
Christy said…
Such an adorable card! Love it!
Denise Bryant said…
So cute! Love the row of elves!
Kathyk said…
I LOVE this!

Kathyk
Ha ha! LOVING this card Cornelia! You can almost see the little elves wobbling along trying not to drop their heavy presents. Adding their images to the top of the card makes your design so delightful. Fab work. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at the Less is More 300th celebration xx
Esther said…
Fabulously festive and a great choice of colour palette for some "pop" of the design! You've showcased this new release really well - great job! Thanks for joining in with us at Less is More :)
Suchi said…
It is such a fun and happy card! :)
Suchi xx
Sarah G said…
What a fun image and great design! It really made me smile :) So great to see you at Less is More this week!
Kim Heggins said…
This is just adorable....love all those pretty green packages.
Ashwini Rao said…
What perfectly aligned stamping!! Awesome!! And the coloring looks really great!!
Pam said…
Fun way to use this set! Made for a cute card!!
Sue D said…
Very cute and colorful design.
Anita in France said…
So much fun, Cornelia ... whimsical and cute ... definitely brings a smile to my face! Hugs, Anita :)
Helen Gullett said…
Cornelia, Love your card! ATSM - Holiday Challenge!
Helen Gullett said…
It's me again :) Love your border stamping on the card ;)

Thank You for playing along with ATSM - Holiday Challenge!

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