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~George Washington Carver

Friday, July 16, 2010

Holiday Chic





Christmas In July!  A nice alternative way of cooling off in these hot summer days.  However, I can't say I'm in the holiday spirit just yet.  A little outside the box today with nontraditional Christmas colors for this holiday card!

SPIES:
STAMPS:  For Tag:  Face- Rubber Stampede; Holly -Recollections; Joy sentiment - Inkadinkadoo (I think). Christmas sentiment - Recollections.  Sheet Music - Glitz It Now.  Madonna Image - The Graphics Fairy.
PAPER: DP: Paper Pizzazz; Tan and brown cardstock. 
INK:  VersaFine Vintage Sepia; For the Tag:  Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Vintage Photo; Ink It Up -French Blue .
EXTRAS:  Champagne lace ribbon, gold string; brown silk flowers, light green buttons.

CHALLENGES:
The Shabby Tea Room:  #18 - Christmas In July
Christmas Cards All Year Round: Any Kind of Christmas Card - July Challenge
No Time To Stamp: #147 Christmas In July
Flourishes: #FTTC174 Christmas In July



Merry Friday!

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6 comments:

Nicole

Pretty Christmas card - vintage at it's finest! Thanks for playing along with us at TSTR! :)

Debbie

Such a lovely vintage image and design! I {heart} the non-traditional colors you used!! Thanks for sharing your creation with us in the Tea Room :)

Lisa

Wow vintage Christmas never looked so good! Thanks so much for sharing with us in the Tea Room!

Audrey Pettit

Great card! I really like all your stamping. Mixes so well with the Graphics Fairy image. Love the texture you've added, too. Thanks for playing along with us in the Tea Room.

suzARTe

Another BEAUTIFUL card. Its great to see an actual religious image on a Christmas card, really brings out the real meaning of this Special season

tWiNkLestamper

Love this one. The elements blend so nicely together!

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