Saturday, November 19, 2011

Goodwill, Universal Formula

Hello, friends! Today begins a new week over at the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge!! If you haven't ever played along, I encourage you to join us! One lucky participant will win their very own set of Waltzingmouse Stamps! :)

Today we have a wonderful layered sketch for you to try! I can't wait to see your take on this sketch -
I have been having so much fun making Christmas cards lately, I couldn't resist an opportunity to make another one! I layered some of my new Peppermint papers and embellishments along with a strand of little Christmas lights, and a wonderful tag and sentiment from the Seasonal Remedies set. I finished the card with some chipboard snowflakes that I covered with chunky glitter.

Have fun with this and don't forget to link up by Friday for your chance to win!

Supplies: Stamps - Seasonal Remedies (WMS), DP/Embellishments (Crate Paper), Christmas Lights (Recollections), Glitter (Martha Stewart), Cardstock - Forest Foliage, Whisper White (SU!), Ink - Forest Foliage, Basic Black (SU!)


  1. I do like this - the backing papers are just super, and the border of Christmas light with little light charms is just fab! Love it!

  2. This is fab Jen, love this label,paired with the bright backing paper, and the fun string of lights.

  3. Love the string of lights and matching chipboard piece - what fun papers on this pretty Christmas card Jen!

  4. Hi Jen!
    Do I really see some actual christmas lights there!! How funny! I love all the bright and cheery colors in your card, looks like a party already! I could use some brightness, 'cause it's sooooo foggy here at the moment! Just like when we crossed the Golden Gate with you!! So makes me remember SF as well! :-D
    Hugs, Wendy

  5. Oh, what a cute card! It has a retro feel--love those patterned papers!

  6. Cute, cute, cute! Love that seasonal remedies stamp! And love those snowflakes and Christmas lights, too. I fell in love with that sheet of paper and bought it, but since then have been a bit stumped by it. Thanks for the inspiration. Love how it looks here!


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