Saturday, December 17, 2011

Speedy the Cat Challenge #86

This week at the Speedy the Cat Challenge Blog, Patty has asked us to create " a Christmas card"! ...well now imagine that! LOL....who thinks she has PERFECT timing (-: I do !!

 so here we go! i grabbed the new set "New Pines"...
fun using some fibers I've had seems like FOUR-EV-ER!!!
My Mind's Eye dp, MFP cardstock, frame with Labels 15, scrunched seam binding with stash brad, MS leaf punch, Memento inks, Copics C1,YG63, E33,37 and white gel pen

next i created a card with retired set "Ginger Cookies"...i didnt realize this set wasnt available any longer, so its for my own "personal use"



ok, now pop over and check out the challenge and the DT's inspirations...
and enter your Christmas card....

you have one - so c'mon ...can't win that FREE SET if you dont enter
this aint Publisher Clearing House come knockin on your door LOL

do they really do that ???

LOL with hugs for all

entering this in the Christmas card challenge over at Joan's Gardens

10 comments:

Patricia St Martin said...

Hello my friend, Love your fun card. I think my New Years resolution for this coming year is going to be I'M GOING TO ENTER MY CARDS IN CHALLENGES, I do that once and a while, you are the first person I told that too. You have a Merry Christmas and a Health New Year in 2012!!
Hugs,Pat

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

You crack me up! Awesome work!

Kathy Bradley said...

Both wonderful cards - lovely work!!

The Other Patti Sue said...

Totally awesome GF! I got your beautiful card today Thanks so much!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Oh fun cards - especially the GBman! I also loved my turquoise card -- thanks gf!! Merry Christmas~

Lori said...

Aww, love the addition of the little birdies. The ginger bread is adorable too!!!

Janeen said...

LOL I was wondering about that when I saw it. I do love those gb me though. great card

Olga said...

this is gorogeus!!!! Both of them, you always make me smile!

Becky said...

Beautiful cards and that second one is just adorable.

Kim said...

I love the way you did your pine cones surrounded with warmth in the colors you used. A beautiful Christmas card.

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