Friday, 1 November 2013

Another Christmas Card Challenge!!

Hi there everyone! I am back again to share with you a card for a challenge over at Nonni's blog

You may already now about the first challenge - Stamp a Merry Christmas. It is still going right up until the 24th December.

This challenge has Nonni asking us to use our Scraps or old stash to create a Christmas Card.

The card that I have made was made completely from scraps - except for the card base!!


Here is my card -




You can see how easy it would be to make something like this entirely out of scraps!! Can you see my tiny berries? They were cut from scraps of red glitter paper.

This is my first card that I used my new Impression Obsession dies for (you may have seen my second card that I blogged a few days ago). I have only been able to show you now, though. 

Lots of fiddling again with all these little pieces but the end result is so fun.

So, pop on over to Nonni's blog to join in the fun!! She has two challenges now that will be running up until the 24th December and there are also prizes to be won!


I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges -

Stampin' Royalty - Anything Goes (my second card)


(This is also my second card at Inkspirational)


Update! Thanks to my good friend, Loll, I will be entering my card into this challenge too!





Updated to be entered in Hazel's Christmas Challenge HERE


Thanks so much for looking xx


Supplies Used:
  • Cardstock: Garden Green, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi, Old Olive, Crumbcake (SU)
  • Stamps: Greetings of the Season (SU)
  • Ink: Real Red (SU)
  • Embossing Folder: Holiday Frame (SU)
  • Punch: 1" square (to create the banner)
  • Dies: Pine Sprig Cluster, Twig Wreath (both Impression Obsession)
  • Accessories: Glossy Accents, Paper Piercer and Mat (SU), Stylus (SU), Red glitter paper, Dimensionals

13 comments:

  1. Wow Kylie, you make stunning wreaths with that die! Perfect use of scraps. I like the traditional colors too. xxx

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  2. This really is stunning Kylie. I do love the glitter berries and thanks for linking up to Ink with your second card x

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  3. Hi Kylie ... this is gorgeous!! I love all the bits and pieces you've used to make a beautiful wreath ... and the banner sentiment is perfect. I definitely will be CASE'ing this card!! :) LOVE IT! Loll xx

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  4. This is such an amazing wreath, looks like a real mini wreath :)

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  5. Your wreath is absolutely stunning, Kylie! I love the different textures and shades of green...beautiful embossed background and sentiment, too! Beautiful card!

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  6. What fabulous texture, and I love that you used different colours of green - it looks very realistic! Thanks so much for joining us at Festive Friday!

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  7. I'm so glad you were pointed our way, because this is beautiful! I love the texture of your wreath, and what a great way to use up your scraps! Thank you so much for joining us at Festive Friday!

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  8. Amazing card, the wreath looks lovely!

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  9. This is so very pretty, Kylie, and well done on using those scraps!! Hugs, Darnell

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  10. I saw your lovely card on Nonni's blog - you could also enter this into my CHNC challenge extra for November - I'd love to see it there too. x

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  11. Thanks for adding for CHNC challenge extra for November - hope to see you again soon. x

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  12. Sheer elegance! Thank you for sharing with us at Inkspirational!

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