Good Morning to everyone. Hope you are enjoying December. It doesn't feel like it though around here. The temperatures has been in the 50's and 60's. Today it is suppose to reach in the 70's. We know were not having a white Christmas around here. Just a little bit of cold weather would help out though. I still don't have all my shopping done but I am getting close. I did finish my Christmas tree which if you follow me on facebook you would have seen it. I did it by myself and it was a little depressing. No one to talk to or even sing a little tune. My husband did let me splurge a little and I bought a new Angel for my tree topper. She's white and will go with every thing. Next year I am going to figure out how to put white lights under her dress and behind my Nativity Scene.
This week's challenge gives you another chance to make some final Christmas Cards. You can add that Christmas die that you have been waiting to use. Anne's Digital Art is our great artist's of the week. She is a lovely artist and she actually allowed me to work with her image "Christmas Balls." These are three Christmas ornaments sitting together in a pile. I colored all three different colors and put some glitter on a couple. I will show them on my card but first I need to tell you the prize Anne is giving this week.
4 Digital Stamps
Anne's Digital Art
Here is the card with her "Christmas Balls" which I maned my card, "Ornament's Of Our Homes."
I like that I only had three colors all over this card. (Except for the little bit of Gold) I was surprised that I found this sentiment in a book that I was looking through for another card. I was happy when I found them at the same time. Saved me time looking or thinking for a sentiment for one of the cards. Here is my list of items I used.
Cardstock -- The Paper Studio
Paper -- My Christmas Stash
Red, Gold, Ice Stickles -- Ranger
Sentiment -- Ultimate Guide To The Perfect Card
Font -- Monotype Corsiva
Circle with Balls Background -- Spellbinders
Embossing Folder -- Cuttlebug
Thank You for stopping by. It was great to let you know about the challenge, the sponsor and where you go to enter. Take a look at Robyn's Fetish Challenge Blog for all the cards the design team made and all the answers you have questions to.