Saturday, 12 November 2016

4 challenges



I've used items from my Counterfeit kit to construct this card for http://colourq.blogspot.com.au/ 
I'm so pleased to use those turquoise vellum leaves.
I'm also entering at Shopping Our stash where they want a thank you card.

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When putting the card above on Counterfeit Kit challenges, I followed Tina to Jo's scrap shack
There I found another challenge.
 
 
This led to another Christmas card.
My technique is tearing and the colours are red, green and white.
The 2 embellishments are the dotty bows.
 
 
This also fits the requirement of a Contemporary Christmas card at Cardz4galz.

7 comments:

Oh You Made Me Ink said...

What a pretty card! I just love your layout and the colors are awesome! Thank you so much for joining us at Shopping Our Stash! Cyndi, DT

Christine said...

What fun, bright Christmas prints! Thanks so much for taking time to share at Jo's Scrap Shack.

Christine
DT Member
my blog: http://withaverygratefulheart.blogspot.com

Valou ALLARD said...

Very beautiful creation! thanks for playing with Jo's Scrap Shack this week. Good luck.

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

Julene so great to have you found us through Tina's blog! Welcome! Your Christmas card is so pretty! I love how you were able to combine multiple patterns together and make it look so uniform and fun! I haven't used the tearing technique in forever! Thanks for reminding me, I need to do this again! Thank you so much for playing along in our Funday Friday challenge this week at Jo's Scrap Shack! Please come back each Friday for a new challenge!! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs,
Jo-owner
♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

Oh You Made Me Ink said...

And wearing a different hat - I still think your card is so pretty! I really like the polka dot bows! Thanks for sharing it with us at Jo's Scrap Shack! Cyndi, DT

Cazro said...

A wonderful card full of Christmas colours. Thank you for joining us for our Contemporary Christmas challenge at Cardz 4 Galz Caz DT.

Lisa said...

Great use of your kit for that lovely card - the aqua vellum is lovely