Thursday, November 24, 2011

25 Days of Christmas: Day 4

Hi Everyone!

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!! I hope you all have a wonderful day with your family and friends. I want to thank each of you for stopping by and taking a quick peek at my card for today. Today's card is another example of how you don't always have to have the exact item to recreate a card. Sometimes, not having something forces you to be a little more creative! On her original "Merry Little Christmas" card, Kristina used some chipboard stickers for her trees. I didn't have any, so I just made mine using some pattern paper. I made the bottom layer a little bigger than the top and then separated the two layers with some dimensional adhesive.
I made the card a little smaller than the original card. Mine measures 3 1/2 x 6 3/4. So, it's still skinnier than an original A2 card; but not as tall and skinny as the "business envelope" card that Kristina created.
So, that's all for today! Enjoy the rest of your day and I'll see you all again tomorrow!!

Little Red Wagon: Christmas
Papercraft Star: Anything Goes
Penny's Paper-Crafty: Tie one on
Scrapbook Sisters: Christmas
Sisterhood of Crafters: Polka Dots
Aud Sentiments Challenges: Winter Sentiment
MelJen Designs: Twine or String


TannyP said...

Beautiful job of this - your tress are fabulous and perfectly inspired! Thanks for playing along with the Sisterhood of Crafters' Polka Dot Challenge!

Darlene said...

Love the striped & polka dotted trees! Very clever! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood ‘POLKA DOT’ challenge and please come back again soon!

one of the 'Sistahs'

Penny said...

Thanks for playing with Aud sentiments this week, was great seeing your creation.

Regan said...

What a lovely Christmas card! I love the dimension of the second layer on the trees. Thank you for playing along with us at Papercraft Star!

Julie said...

Love your color choices. Such a pretty card. Thanks for joining us in our holiday/winter challenge at Aud Sentiments

Rosanne said...

Cute card! Thanks for linking it up to Little Red Wagon.