Merry Monday Challenge #41

Hey Everyone

There’s a new sketch over at Merry Monday today.  I’d have to say this one was a bit tricky for me, so in the end to make my card work, I flipped the sketch on it’s side.

I may’ve purchased too many packs of Stampin’ Up! Christmas DSP as it’s coming close to Christmas and I’ve still got heaps of DSP left.  Next year I’m going to reduce the amount I buy.  I tend to buy one or two of every Christmas pack without thinking if I’m going to use it all! For this card I’ve used some of my Be of Good Cheer DSP and teamed it with Early Espresso for something different.

We’d love for you to join us over at Merry Monday.  Head over to the challenge and check out the gorgeous inspiration the Design Team have come up with.

LeAnne Pugliese

Bonnie Klass

Nina Forsyth

Thanks for stopping by.

Products Used:
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Be of Good Cheer DSP
Ink: Early Espresso, Old Olive Marker, Raspberry Ripple Marker
Stamp Sets: Christmas Classics (retired), Many Merry Messages (retired)
Other Products: Early Espresso Satin Ribbon (retired), Hemp Twine (retired), Slot Punch, Circle Punches

Cheers

Narelle

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8 thoughts on “Merry Monday Challenge #41

  1. Narelle, this card is gorgeous! You did a wonderful job pairing this paper up with the Early Espresso cs and those holly leaves…..SO PRETTY! Love that you flipped the sketch! Very festive!
    Have a good week! 🙂

  2. I was a good girl and only bought one pack of Christmas DSP this year! LOL! I hear ya on buying it all, I usually do and then use a teeny amount of it! Pretty use of the sketch Narelle, love the ribbon on the side of the banner and the sentiment is one of my favs.

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