Monday, December 5, 2016

Ho! Ho! Ho!



Using a Christmas Die Cut from Cricut Design Space, and stamp set from CTMH, created a card for Fantabulous "Christmas Challenge"  After completing three of the four cards Bitten By the Bug 2 announced a "Christmas Words" Challenge today so my fourth card instead of a stamped sentiment chose the same sentiment in a die-cut from Cricut Design Space.  


Another Christmas Card, with no Sketch in mind, but to add to my 2016 Christmas Cards...loved the Brick Background paper which was cut and placed on card base a couple weeks ago; but just couldn't decide what to do with it. Pulled out the card base once again and chimney came in mind and off to Cricut Design Space to find something...purchased and modified this image. It all started to come together and was pleased with the design and made a couple more cards of the same.



Front of card was Santa coming down the chimney and on the inside Santa was traveling on to the next home.  



Submitted to the following challenges:  
 Challenge  - Christmas Winter

CTMH Products Used Unless Otherwise Specified:  
Design Paper 
     Unknown - Brick Background - Scraps of Love Local Store
     Paper Fundamentals "Ruby" 
Cardstock
     Colonial White, Ruby
Stamp Set 
     C1567 Santa Claus Holiday 
Ink / Pens
     Cranberry and Black 
Die Cut from Cricut Design Space
     Chimney No. M358467 - A Quilted Christmas Cartridge
     Ho Ho Ho No. M42117 - CTMH Artiste
Other
     3D Thin Foam Tape      

11 comments:

Caroline said...

The fireplace looks perfect with the brick background paper. I think one of my favorite cartridges is theeasy Quilted Christmas cartridge. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.

Penny Light said...

Aren't you clever and creative! The fireplace is amazing! I've never noticed that cut before. You have inspired me to go cut! Thanks for sharing your talent with us at Fantabulous Cricut.

Scrapping Girl said...

LOVE this! Now I want to make one like it!!!! Thanks for joining our BBTB2 challenge this week.
:)
Michelle

Billie A said...

Wow love this card. Wonderful look and so glad you shared over at Creative with Stamps.

Billie A
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Laurie Levorson said...

Awesome card! That brick background is amazing, the Cricut cuts are so cute and your simple color choice is just perfect! Thanks for joining us at BBTB2!

Alyson Mayo said...

That brick background is awesome - looks just like the real thing. Great use of Cricut cuts for this card and I love the minimal colour scheme. Such a terrific card :)

Dotty Jo x said...

So sweet! I love how you used die cuts and that little Santa. Thanks for joining us at Creative with Stamps this month, Jo x

moknowsall said...

Red, my favorite color. Wonderful Christmas card. Ho ho ho to you too. Thanks for joining our BBTB2 challenge.

Lori said...

What a wonderful card - gorgeous brick background and adorable Santa scene! Thank you for joining the Winter/Christmas challenge at Choux Choux Paper Art!

Karla Yungwirth said...

Wow! This is fantastic! Love your use of diecuts! Thanks so much for joining us for the FCCB challenge this week! Hugs, DT Karla

Sue Reynolds said...

Thank you for your comments from the DT at The Outlawz "Twisted" Thursday.

Janet McLaughlin,DT on December 5, 2016 at 5:59pm
Great die cuts and background make this a very festive card, Suzanne! I love the simplicity of the two color scheme! Very nice!

Camille Short on December 5, 2016 at 7:44pm
It's beautiful!!!

NanaConnie on December 5, 2016 at 7:54pm
Love, Love, Love it, Suzanne! Fabulous in the red monochrome.

Donna Mundinger on December 5, 2016 at 8:05pm
Adorable, Suzanne! What fab die cuts and that Santa is a cutie!

Katrina Brown, DT on December 6, 2016 at 3:43pm
Cute, cute, cute! What a fun card, Suzanne!

Andrea Beecroft DT on December 6, 2016 at 10:15pm
What a neat Christmas card Suzanne. I love all the neat cutouts and your background bricks look so real. Love it. Hugs Andrea
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Permalink Reply by Jean Chaney, DT on December 7, 2016 at 9:09am
This reminds me, Sue, of those plastic Santa decorations that we had as children (that are worth a mint now). I wish I had kept mine. Love this!