bring on the merry!

…and I’m back with another holiday card.
cardstock:  pti white/black, bazzill neon  stamps:  reverse confetti/bring on the merry  ink:  zing white, wplus9 white  other:  paper smooches poinsettia die, mme washi, yns gold nugget gum drop 
So, I didn’t craft at all yesterday {gasp!}.  I played with Katie, we went to a pretty fun crafty garage sale.  By the time I made it back home, I literally ate lunch and napped…whew, garage sales take a lot out of a gal {wink!}.  
So, today is dedicated to all things crafty and I’m bloggin’ live.

I still adore the chalkboard technique!  That Paper Smooches Poinsettia die has been in my stash for a long time and this is the first time I used it.  Isn’t it fun in the Bazzill neon pink?  The center of the poinsettia is a Your Next Stamp Gold Nugget Gum Drop that I colored with my black copic:)

I’m failing miserably in the postal friendly holiday cards…sigh.

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remember that the JB gals are donating $4 to the Susan G Komen Foundation for each new Pink Christmas card that links up to their current challenge…come on designers, let’s flood the Paper Crafting community with PINK!

33 thoughts on “bring on the merry!”

  1. oh my gosh ANOTHER amazing pink card already?! you are a creative MACHINE missus, just the amount of things you make puts me in awe… and then they're all ♥GORGEOUS♥ as well!!!!!!! i looooooooooove the way you've done the chalkboard technique here, plus that sentiment is FAB♥U♥LOUS! but the poinsettia makes it… 😉 thanks VERY much for "thinking pink" with us once again at JINGLE BELLES, you soooo totally ROCK! ♥

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  2. This is fabulous! The bright pink poinsettia against the chalkboard background is such a stand-out! Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday and Freshly Made Sketches.

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  3. YAY LOVE the chalkboard… I need to do one soon!!! On my list now!!! Love the Poinsettia! …Sooo.oo soo. Sad I missed out on yesterdays fun..you would not beleive. But late in the afternoon here Sunday, and feeling better… Good enough to check out all the great craftiness everywhere!!!!! Maybe I can craft too…

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  4. Woo hoo, Amy! What a great combination of all three challenges! Your card is super-sweet. Thanks for playing along with this week's Merry Monday challenge.

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  5. I'm glad to have company in the postal-friendly-fail department! lol! The chalkboard & pink make this a super fun & funky xmas card 🙂

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  6. Gorgeous neon pink poinsettia – man do I wish they actually grew this color!! Postal-friendly cards? What's that?
    =] Michele

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