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10/22/2013

I'm Dreaming of a Pink Christmas

Hello again, and I'm back with another card to submit to Jingle Bells I'm Dreaming of a Pink Chrismas (and a Cure) challenge. Please do visit this site, read the rules, and perhaps you will be inspired to make a card featuring pink and play along. Here's my card:


- Pink cardbase was from a 6x6 pack of DCWV Shine paper acquired on my recent travels, and embossed with a Darice Angel EF, another recent acquisition. Thought this EF would be appropriate for the challenge subject. Used a sanding block very lightly along the raised surface of the emboss.

- MS border punched from a snippet remaining from the card base used in the 1st card I submitted in the previous post for the Jingle Bells challenge. Silver holly stickers from the sheet  that had the sentiment sticker.

- Rhinestone snowflake.

- Filigree stickers on the corner.

This was a quick & easy card to make. I hope I can find time to make a few more, as so many people I know, have had to deal with the dreadful disease. I hope you'll be able to find time to make a card & join in.

Since I have a small snippet on this card, I'm going over to the Snippet Playground for week #95, and let Parsnip check out this card to get his opinion on it. Miss is still off on her training trip, & Parsnip may need a little cuddle. C'mon along, and let's check out what is going on! As always, thanks for your visit & any comment you may feel like leaving. Hugs


17 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Mary, and I love the angel. The sanding really made her stand out. Love the pink!!

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  2. A lovely embossing folder Mary and it makes a pretty Christmas card. Christine x

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  3. Both cards today are beautiful, love the idea of pink for Christmas, the angel is really beautiful. Hugs, Anne x

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  4. Both of your cards - this one and the previous one - are fantastic! Love the look of pink for Christmas. This angel is awesome. SO lovely!
    Lynn

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  5. Thanks for sharing your lovely pink Christmas card Mary.
    Hugs from England Joan

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  6. She's a lovely angel and looks perfect in pink! I love the silver corner accents that make this one so elegant and special! Beautiful!

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  7. Very pretty quick card, (but it doesn't look quick). The stickers look great with it. (I have a pile of stickers that are not being used... why do we collect so much ?) Enjoy your week, Shirleyx

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  8. Absolutely perfect pink Christmas card Mary - I'm always in awe that you can sand enbossing without spoiling the image. Love it!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  9. Very pretty card Mary. Love that sanding on the embossed paper!

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  10. Great embossing and snippet use.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  11. Very pretty card Mary. LOVE the embossed angel. Loll xx

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  12. Oh Momma Mary, this card is gorgeous and it sure doesn't look quick! I love that embossed angel and I love the stickers that you used with it!! Let's hope there is a cure one day for a lot of cancers!! Hugs!

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  13. Mary I love this card. That angel is so beautiful. TFS

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  14. Your angel is gorgeous and I must admit I am not a pink person but you did make a lovely card.
    Sandy

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  15. oh WOW! another fabulous job, that angel seems especially appropriate in this context! thanks for linking pink with us (AGAIN!) :) in a great cause at JINGLE BELLES! ♥

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  16. Such a pretty holiday card ... the embossing is so lovely on that shimmery paper ... so glad you went pink for a cure with us at jingle belles.

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  17. Mary, you have done such a beautiful job with this snippets card! I adore your elegant angel in the pink and silver!! Hugs, Darnell

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