Saturday, December 5, 2009

A Brrrry Merry Christmas!

Hello friends, I hope you had a wonderful weekend! Thanks for popping in :) Below, a couple more Christmas cards with this adorablly fun set from Clear Dollar Stamps, Just Chillin'. I can't get enough of this great holiday set illustrated by the fabulous Wendy Hall-- she does furry-friends so well!!! and how bout all the coordinating accessories (like this north pole sign) and wonderful sentiments, which not only include greetings for the holiday season, but birthday, friends, love, or just a good old-fashioned hello. I went with a chocolate and white base along with bright green stripes and frost blue snowflake designer paper from Tinkering Ink. The white base was cuttlebugged with the swiss dots folder. The snowflake button from Favorite Findings, 3 light blug gemstones from Kaiser Craft and blue/white dotted grosgrain ribbon (from my great buddy, Lee Murphy!) finish this holiday card.
And look at these fun fellas! I love the jolly bear and 3 penguins pulling his sleigh--these guys are heading to the North pole to give the big guy their Christmas wish lists in person!

Thank you again for visiting me! Have a happy and blessed day!

9 comments:

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

These are adorable Linsey! Great coloring and fun scene on your second card.

Julia Aston said...

Hey Linsey! how are you GF?! I love your winter cards here - the torn snow fields are so neat!

The Stamper's Touch said...

Such super adorable cards Linsey!!

Linda

Christi said...

What cute cards!!!

Andrea said...

these are soooo schweet!!!

Jennifer Meyer said...

Beary cute cards Linsey! Hope you are well, just stopped by to tell you I was thinking of you!

Have a fun week ~ Hugs, Jennifer :)

StampinCathy said...

The cards are just to brrrrrrry cute. Love your coloring, detail, and of course the bling.

Tricia said...

What detailed and adorable cards! I love the way you did the snow on the second card. I never think to make it different colors!

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