Monday, December 24, 2018

Christmas CraZy and VSN


Just a word of warning... there are multiple cards on this blog post. I hope you won't mind.

If you were on my blog last Friday, you saw the VSN card I made for Sharon's challenge. If you missed it, you can see it HERE. I mentioned in that blog post that I had hoped to do all of the challenges, but that wasn't going to happen. In fact, I mentioned that might be the only one I made other than the one I made for my challenge, which you can see HERE. But... this is one time I really LIKE that word... But, I made four more cards. YAY!

The first one I'll show you is actually made with the goodies I received in the Christmas Crazy swap for November/December. Shelly was my partner and she sent me a beautiful Northwoods Christmas image and some designer papers. THANK YOU, Shelly!

 I used Shelly's goodies for the card I made for Misti's A Christmas Carol VSN Challenge.

A Christmas Carol
Be inspired by your favorite Christmas Carol

I don't know that I have a favorite one,
but this is the one I remember as the
first Christmas carol I learned
as a child...

Away in a Manger



It took me 52 minutes to make this card.


The next card is for Michelle's Skipping Christmas challenge.

Skipping Christmas
Put a snowman on your card


Stamp - Whipper Snapper Riordan

It took me 29 minutes to make this card.
(Note: The image was already colored and in my stash)


Then I made a card for Brenda's Always Winter challenge.

Always Winter
Create a winter themed project


Stamp - Whipper Snapper Chilly Snowman


It took me 28 minutes to make this card.
(Note: The image was already colored and in my stash)


The last card I made for this year's VSN is the one for Ann's The Legend of the Poinsettia Challenge.

The Legend of the Poinsettia
Make a card with a Poinsettia on it


Stamp - Flourishes Poinsettia and Pine

It took me 47 minutes to make this card.



Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

3 comments:

  1. Jeanette,
    Your cards are beautiful and cute. I love the poinsettia and nativity cards. The snowmen are so stinkin' cute! They both made me smile.

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  2. Wonderful cards Jeanette - love the paper pieced poinsettia! Well done on having the images already coloured in your stash - it helps the process no end :)
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. All are awesome, Jeanette!! Beautiful work!!

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