Friday, September 20, 2013

Jellypark Friends - Sentiment as Focal Point

This week at Jellypark Friends we're challenging you to make a card with the sentiment as focal point.  
When you're making a stack of Christmas cards you want something that's quick and easy.  Using a sentiment as the focal point is a good choice.  Most sentiments can be punched out or die cut and be ready for use on your card.   If you feel like it you can dress it up a bit by adding some color like this one.

Here's the deets:
stamp - Jellypark Friends "Christmas Bundle Set"
ink - printer
paper - Bazzill "Ruby Slippers" and "Sunbeam" card stock"; October Afternoon "Make It Merry" dp
miscellaneous - copics; baker's twine; charm; Spellbinder's scalloped circle die; pearls

Here's the challenges:
Jellypark Friends - Sentiment as Focal Point
Crimbo #50 - Quick and Easy
Crafty Creations #240 - So Charming
Sisterhood of Crafters - Devine Digis
Going Grey with Scrap Creations - Polka Dots
Whoopsie Daisy - Use More Than 2 Patterned Papers
Creative Card Crew #45 - Christmas

Thanks for stopping by, come back again.


  1. What a fun Christmas card, Chris! Great way to highlight that sentiment! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

  2. Had to tell you that I had a good laugh over the moving away from your dentist comment! Thanks for that! :^)
    Hugs again, Penny
    Have a really wonderful weekend!

  3. Great card sweetie. Thank you so much for sharing your lovely creation with us at Creative Card Crew.

    Cathy DT

  4. Wonderful holiday card and love that it's not the traditional holiday colors. Thanks so much for playing along with us in The Sisterhood of Crafters in our "Devine Digi's" challenge.

  5. Wonderful design! Love your papers on this one. Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Card Crew!


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