Monday, 14 November 2011

My Craft Spot Monday Challenge #33 - Easel Cards

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Hey everyone! Hope you all had a fabulous weekend. Mine was great!
Well it's time for another Monday Challenge over at My Craft Spot. This week it's #33 Easel Cards.
I had such a great reaction to my other wreath card that I thought I would show you another version.
I just love pink and white for Christmas.:)
Make sure you head over to My Craft Spot and check out what the other design team members have made and make sure you enter this weeks challenge for your chance at a fabulous prize. I can't wait to see what you come up with.
Recipe:
Wreath cut out at 3 1/2 from the Jolly Holidays cartridge
Cardstock - Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper - Recollections
Martha Stewart branch punch
Embossing folder - Stampin Up
Ribbon - Papertrey Ink
Also used glitter, bling, 2way glue pen, atg, dimensionals, tombow mono glue

Well I`m building up the muscles in my one hand making these cards. LOL! Punching about 50 branches for each card is killer, but well worth the end result. Make sure you use a thinner cardstock to punch  the branches, not Papertrey Ink. Their cardstock is way too thick to punch. I tried!


I love that Kimberly`s sentiments can be used for the inside and outside of your cards

Thanks so much for stopping by today.
Now go make yourself an easel card and enter the challenge.
I am also entering this into some challenges. Stamptacular Sunday #138 -Punch It & C4C113


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Take care,

31 comments:

angie ashuk said...

I love the card, and pink and white for Christmas is my favorite color combo:) the wreath is beautiful.

Carrie said...

That's so cute. I love that you used pink on a holiday card. I mean, who doesn't love pink?! heh. I can't imagine punching out that many branches for each wreath, but it's beautiful.

Judy said...

I just love this card it is so pretty the colors are striking....
Judy

Tami B. said...

I thought the last one was great, but this is absolutely gorgeous!

Cheryl said...

Pink is the best! And I LOVE this card! I will definitely have to "borrow" the idea. Thanks for sharing great inspiration!

Karen said...

Beautiful card! I love the bright pink and white together. The wreath looks great! :)

Karen
craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

Creations by Shirl said...

ooh la la Candy~
Another gorgeous wreath... What a showcase! I bet that hand must be all cramped out with punching out all those branches... I really love the end results though ~ it is sure a picture perfect card.....

Kate said...

This is so gorgeous, Candy! I've got to give one of these wreath cards a go as I've been so impressed with the ones you've created! I love the non-traditional colours you've used for this as well. Great job!

Jayne said...

Very pretty card Candy.Love the colours.
Jayne x

jessica said...

This is beautiful!! Love the pink :)
TFS

The Queen (Laura) said...

This is very pretty! I really love the colors you used. Great job Candy!

Jen said...

So gorgeous! I am loving all of your creations!! The pink and white is a nice change for the Christmas season!

Carolyn L. said...

WOW! This is just fab. I'd buy this in a second. Thanks for joining us at Stamptacular.
Carolyn

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

Wow, absolutely BEAUTIFUL card! Must have taken you awhile to put all the branches together to make the wreath and love that you made them in white instead of green, so pretty :-)

-Sam :-)

Elaine said...

OMG, this is so beautiful. I love the pink & white! And all the sparkly too!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

OMG...gorgeous! I can't believe all that punching! Great job!

Shelly said...

Just so BEAUTIFUL! I have tried to get my hands on that punch forever! Love the way it came out!
Shelly

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Beautiful wreath! Nice design!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

rockpapercricut said...

You had me at pink. :) Really pretty! 50 punches-well worth it. :) Pink and glitter are the perfect combo. I"ll have to make this card for one of my girls--they'll love it!


Ally

Jackie said...

Wow, that is beautiful - 50 punches - wow again! You are going to have muscles. But it was well worth the work, look how elegant that is. I loveeeeeeee Pink!

Heleen said...

Wow this is a real lovely card! Thanks for joining us at stamptacular sunday and I wish you luck on the challenge. Hope we see you soon again at stamptacular.

Greetz,
Heleen

Nina said...

Ohlala, your card is fab!! Love the colour combo and the wreath, what a punchin job :)

Thanks for joining our "Punch It" challenge at Stamptacular Sunday :)
Hugs, Nina.

Tracy Suzanne said...

So, so pretty Candy! You can see how all your efforts paid off. It's so elegant and a card to be treasured.

Thank you so much for you kind comments and your prayers. They really do mean the world to us in these uncertain days. They lift us up, support us and give us so much comfort.

Wishing you a beautiful day.
Hugs...Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute :)

Beckie said...

There you go with that AWESOME wreath again! Love it in white, too. Great card.

Be Blessed, Beckie

Cricut Couple said...

Absolutely Stunning!!!

GabyCreates.com said...

OMGoodness!!...how many times did you have to punch!? ...I have been looking high and low for that punch and cannot locate...MS is loosing in some sales!
Gorgeous card!!

barbsmith2536 said...

Lovely card. The branches are so delicate and fine.

Barb from Toronto, Canada
http://barbsmithdesigns.blogspot.com

Digi Darla said...

Oh, my word! You are right! This is a gorgeous card! I love it and I love your blog. It is absolutely beautiful! Well done, Candy!XXX~DigiDarla

Pendra said...

This is so lovely, thanks for sharing how you did it! I've been looking for something kind of special for my Mother In Laws card this year and I think I could do this!
Crafty Hugs,
Pendra

Amy said...

This is gorgeous!!! I love your white wreath! :)Amy

Selina said...

So elegant! Love the colors!

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