Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge #171 - Sentiment

Monday, September 14, 2015



 Happy Monday!  I'm thrilled to be the hostess for this week's Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge!! My challenge is to create a Christmas card using a sentiment as the focus!

I saw this word split technique on Papertrey Ink's blog and thought it was kinda neat.   Taking a word die cut, sponge the word, cut it in half and then place a piece of card stock in between the to halves.  What do you think?



Now it's your turn!  If you need some inspiration, stop by the Design Team Member's blogs to see their awesome projects:

 

Kathy

10 comments :

  1. Thanks for the fun challenge, Kathy, and I love your card with the split sentiment and the darling trees! Thanks for the inspiration on Merry Monday!!

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  2. Fabulous take on your fabulous challenge, Kathy! Love the bright colors!

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  3. What a beautiful and bright card! Love how you cut the sentiment die in half with another sentiment strip!

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  4. I think this idea is lots of fun, Kathy! Especially with these fun colors! Great challenge and great card! Hope you're having a wonderful week!

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  5. Love this, Kathy! The split sentiment is neat! I may have to try this! I love how it showcases your sentiment and those little trees just finish your card perfectly!!! Great challenge too, by the way! Hope you have a great week! :)

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  6. This is so adorable Kathy. Love the colors you used.

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  7. I just tried this technique last week and it's pretty neat, your card looks great!

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  8. Very cool technique! Love the colors you used!

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  9. wow!!! I mean woooowww!! Love how you combine those different script dies! It's a super original technique! the card look amazing with it! Hope you like my takes on the challenge! :)

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  10. LOVE those bright colours!!! Beautiful!

    Deanne :)

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