Thursday, July 30, 2015

Merry Christmas Wreath, MM167 & MOJO408

Hi friends! Did you know that today, July 30, is Cheesecake Day, Friendship Day and also Paperback Book Day? I think I should celebrate by taking a friend to the Cheesecake Factory, and then next door to Barnes & Noble! Maybe. Enough silliness. It is so hot in the Northeast US right now, even hotter than it is in South Florida. Maybe that is why my brain is slightly melted. Yes, Virginia, there is a card here. A frosty one to cool me off.

Today I am playing along with two challenges. Merry Monday would like us to include a heart on our Christmas Card. I'm also playing along with the Tall & Skinny challenge at Mojo Monday, though my wreath was too chubby to go skinny. The story of my life.

Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Holiday Greetings (Verve)
Card Stock: Whisper White, Soft Sky, Real Red (SU)
Patterned Paper: Nordic Noel (SU)
Ink Pads: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Markers (Copic)
Tools: Circle Punches (SU)
Accessories: Soft Sky Thick Baker's Twine (SU)

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Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is just beautiful! Love the colors and that perfect little twine bow. Thanks for playing along with Mojo Monday!

Maria Rodriguez. said...

Oh Sandy, what a fabulous and beautiful way to combine two challenges!!
Love the colors on the wreath and how they combine with the very festive DSP at the bottom.
Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday and Mojo Monday too.

Maria Rodriguez.

LeAnne said...'re too funny! I would definitely go to the Cheesecake Factory with you, and I AM too chubby to be skinny! But anyway, I love your pretty little wreath, what a sweet way to highlight those cute hearts!

Marcia Hill said...

Love your sweet wreath with the hearts...CAS and just perfect!! :0)

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

This is gorgeous - such a beautiful wreath and awesome color combo!! Thanks so much for playing with us at Merry Monday!

Cindy Groh said...

Cool. You made the wreath out of the little stamp. I'm on the look for a wreath for the Senior Center church group I teach cards to. I Like this idea. Thanks for sharing