Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Christmas CAS card

I thought I'd get started on my Christmas cards. I always start late and have to rush at the end. Sometimes I send out "New Year's cards" instead of Christmas cards! :)
So, here is my first Christmas card. CAS for the CAS(E) this Sketch! challenge #4.

Here is a close up of the sentiment, which I love!
I used white and pool party paper from SU! I also used two SU (Stampin' Up!) Christmas sets: Peace to the World and Christmas Punch. A pool party brad is used for interest.
I also want to submit this to the following challenges:
Make It Monday #114-Anything Goes
Use Your Stuff challenge #59 -Christmas or Holiday themed
I hope you like it. Thanks for looking and visiting my blog! I appreciate any comments!


Desire Fourie said...

Shari this is gorgeous and very creative. Love everything about it. Wishing you a fab Tuesday.
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Quip1320 said...

Love the color and the brad in the center really makes that snowflake pop! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS(E) this Sketch!

Jackie Rockwell said...

Wonderful sentiment Shari! So glad you played along with us in this week's CAS(E) this Sketch!

Lynne said...

Love the simplicity and the cool look to the card. Thank you for joining us at Use Your Stuff.


Gayatri said...

Beautiful Christmas card. Great take on the sketch. Thanks for playing along with us @ CAS(E) this Sketch:)

Billie A said...

Great CAS Christmas card I love the white and blue. Saw you on Make it Monday.

Monica said...

Superb card... love it's delicacy and elegance. Little adds much.
Monica xxx

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

Wow Beautiful C&S! By the way, I sailed in from Make It Monday :) P.S. I have Santa’s Candy on my blog !

Keti said...

Beautiful CAS Christmas card. Love the color combination and hand write sentiment. Perfect.

I saw you at MIM. My projects are 130 and 177.

I was making Christmas cards today, so I hope you are already thinking about writing a letter to Santa Like I do :-))

Happy Crafting!

Joy said...

Love this card! and the bard you used in the center of the snowflake. Thank you for sharing your creation with us on the Use Your Stuff blog :)