Thursday, November 6, 2014

Merry Christmas


Hi everyone,

It's challenge time with my friends over on the CCEE Stampers challenge blog. Being a brand new month, it is time to introduce Maryann Einam as our challenge hostess for the month.

Maryann has asked us to celebrate Movember by created a card that features a moustache.

I am also using this card for my FGM challenge I do with two friends (Maryann is actually the M in the FGM),  and this month it was to create a card using the Spiral Circle Pull Card designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs.

To decorate my card I used the Stampin’ Up stamp set “Santa Stache” … after all Santa’s has a moustache hehe!


Rather than adding the spiral that comes with this die set, I kept it just as a ‘flip’ type card.
Don't forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog (goes live 12 AM EST) to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs:
Stamps: Santa Stache – Stampin’ Up
Paper: White; Red; Upon The Housetops DP – Graphic 45
Dies: Spiral Circle Pull Card; Clocks and Gears designed by Karen Burniston for Elizabeth Craft Designs; Holiday Words Script – Sizzix
Other: Black Ink; Candy Dots; Foam Tape; Copics



Lynn McAuley said...

What a fun Christmas card, Frances! Santa is certainly at the top of the famous moustache list!!

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

Fabulous saying to go with the BIG 'stache on Santa!

Lois said...

I see you had Santa on the brain, too! Cute flip card, Frances -- I love the striped paper.

Sabrina said...

Not just a fun card with an all-time classic moustache, but what a fun fold too!

Joanne (jojot) said...

fancy fold, fun, festive, fantastic

Liz Williams said...

Frances, your stamp collection with perfect sentiments that go with them must be incredible. You seem to have the perfect one for every challenge.

Maryann said...

Fabulous idea using Santa, he never crossed my mind, awesome job on the FGM challenge too - Maryann

Karen Aicken said...

This is fabulous - I love the bright cheery colours, and of course you used one of my favourite Karen Burniston dies!