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Joy Clair December Challenge

Hi Everyone,

its December and therefore we have a new challenge at Joy Clair!




I used that handy dandy set Christmas Borders - really super easy to make pretty cards with that!
I stamped the reindeers in Versamark and heat embossed them in white on red card stock. added two strips of Washi tape and stamped the Jolly holiday strip in red and heat embossed it as well. One more grey strip of Washi and two enamel dots. 



Hop on over to see all the inspiration from your talented DT! Hope to see you at the challenge! You have until January 30st to link up and as always the winner gets a $25 gift card for the Joy Clair store - what are you waiting for?

But - please follow the rules, or you won't be eligible to win....

Linking up with:



Be sure to stop by Joy Clair's social media accounts:
Joy Clair Projects Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/780661272059755/
Color by Faith Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/939788189403798/

Comments

Lori Kobular said…
Love your card with the strips of stamps, great take on the challenge photo!
*Vicki* said…
That is such a fun border image set!! I just love your design with it! :) HUGS
Anita in France said…
Cute, fun and so very festive, Cornelia! Hugs, Anita :)
cm said…
These border images are marvelous; your showcase, fantastic! Another add to the ever-expanding wish list!
hugs~c
Rosmarie said…
Einfach nur schön! ...und die dots geben ihr den letzten Schliff!

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