"It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas"...oh wait....I am either 3 months late or really early for the holidays : ) I woke up this morning to some light (and I mean light) dusting of snow on our vehicles and lawn this morning so this weeks challenge fit in perfect. It's Christmas Trimmings challenge week with The Perfect Sentiment!
That's right..your challenge for this week is to create a Christmas card (with a sentiment of Christmas on the front) featuring some form of lace, ribbon, seam binding, twine etc on your card.
Here is my take on this weeks challenge...
To get in the holiday spirit to create this card I used some paper from Coredinations, DCWV & K & Company.
I tied some Maraschino & Honeydew twine from The Twinery in the fabric poinsettias...love that bakers twine : )
Stamped a holiday sentiment from my Fiskars clear stamps & wrapped some more of the yummy Honeydew twine around it.
I had this fab felt red trim in my stash and knew it was perfect for this card...love it!!
I love making the inside just as beautiful as the outside..ties the card together don't ya think?
Now for some amazing inspiration from my fellow DT members:
Please join me in welcoming our two newest members to the PSDT...
And we also have a guest DT for the month of March...
Please be sure to stop by their blogs and give them a HUGE welcome : )
Now on to our amazing sponsor for this weeks challenge....Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps and More
Robyn is offering up 5...yes that's 5 of her stamps that the winner gets to choose. How cool is that? Be sure to stop by her store and give her some love.
Now that you have been inspired by the PSDT...head on into your creative space and start working on your card for this weeks challenge...you wont' want to miss out. Be sure to stop by the Perfect Sentiments Challenge Blog for all the details surrounding this weeks challenge.
Thanks for stopping by..be sure to come back for another scrappy post.
K&Company-BW Evergreen stack
The Twinery-Maraschino & Honeydew
Tim Holtz Distress Ink-Festive Berries & Walnut Stain
Felt Poinsettias-scrappy stash
Tim Holtz Ideaology staple