Friday, May 27, 2011

Peace

I finally played along with the Jingle Bells challenge.  This week the challenge is to include 3 (or more) pattern papers.  One of mine (the label) is cut from the packaging.  All the pattern paper and such are from Making Memories Noel paper.

16 comments:

Becca Sadler said...

Laurel, it's great to see you've started creating Christmas cards! This one is super! Love the combination of papers and multi layers to the label.

Dora said...

Ow and I love this...wonderful layers and perfect colors!

lynn said...

cute-love the snowflake paper!

Karen B. said...

Awesome combination of patterns!

~amy~ said...

good grief woman...you seriously slung this card out quick! I.love.it. Happy Friday!!!!!!!!

1CardCreator said...

Great card Laurel, love how you always keep it fresh!

Judy Ford said...

Wow! This is great! Love the label layers and all the patterned paper! Great Job!!!

Brenda said...

I tried postng this morning, and blogger wouldn't let me through. This is such a pretty and peaceful card!

SmilynStef said...

A little bonus point for throwing in recycled packaging ... love that big red bow ... so glad you joined our jingle belles fun.

lauren bergold said...

ooooooooooooooh! what a SLAM DUNK of pea christmas card this is! brilliant combo of patterns here, and such a lovely design--i love that you've got some recycling in the mix, too! ♥AWESOME♥!

lauren bergold said...

ok, i am not sure how i got "pea" in there, i was trying to say "of a christmas card" and clearly my fingers had a SPAZ! it truly is a FAB card though, with NO veggies in sight! :)

Rosemary said...

This card is terrific- very elegant and chic, I love that you even fit recycled elements in it too!

Debgem said...

I do like the rosette you've made and the way the papers coordinate so well. Using the packing is very thrifty too! Lovely card!

June Houck said...

Very trendy and cool!

Lisa - papergrace said...

Great combination of papers, Laurel. And your rosette piece just flat-out rocks! Love the red twine, string (or whatever it is) hahha! It adds a perfect bold touch of color. VERY pretty!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Just BEAUTIFUL! I Loveeeeeeeeeeeee the wrapped twine! :):):):):):):):):):):):)