Good morning all!  I hope you have been enjoying your weekend so far!  Winter has definitely settled into mid-Canada, this morning it was -21C ( -5.8F) with the windchill.  But I like winter, so I am not complaining, plus (in my opinion) you just can't have Christmas without winter =)

I had fun creating this card;  I started with Reverse Confetti Doin' The Wave confetti cut and created the background with lots of fun colours.  I then embossed Inkadinkado Spirit of Christmas (discontinued) sentiment with Stampendous! White embossing powder on vellum.  I finished it off with a row of stitching and some Lawn Fawn Peace Joy Love sequins (which also might be discontinued?)

2014 Christmas Card Count = 52

I created this card for the following challenge:
Freshly Made Sketches

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday - cheers!!



Linda Callahan said…
Oh I love this fun holiday card! The vellum overlay is wonderful over the colorful background! Thanks for joining us at FMS!
Jen Mitchell said…
This is the coolest Christmas card! I love the non-traditional colors and the vellum layered over the curvy waves! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!
Mona Pendleton said…
So very pretty Deanne! The embossed sentiment looks gorgeous!
Amy O said…
Oh, my! That background is fabulous! I love how you used the vellum over it so we could still see the beautiful colors and patterns behind it. And I love the pretty sentiment too. Beautifully done! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week!
lovely card ! thanks for sharing
greetings from sunny belgium
~amy~ said…
How pretty! I love the base panel and the embossing on vellum!
JanR said…
I feel like a very bad Canadian. When I read your -21ºC my reaction was "OMG - brrrrrrr! It's too soon!!!!" and you're all like, "Oh well, winter's here." (I could title the previous sentences: "The Difference Between Ontarians and Residents of Saskatchewan When It Comes To Winter Weather". :-) )

Fabulous card! I adore the colours and the layout.
Bonnie said…
What a wonderful stamp, Deanne! I love it on the vellum atop that playful background!

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