Sunday, April 7, 2013

Merry Monday #56 Jingle Bells

This is my card for Merry Monday #55 sketch challenge.  As you can see, I turned the sketch sideways to accommodate my hanging bells image.   All papers are Stampin Up.  The base and image panels are Naturals Ivory.  The mats are Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler.  I used some DSP from the Jolly Holiday pack (retired).  The sentiment and bells are from a Verve set "Bright Spirits".  I added the pine branches from SU's Watercolor Winter.  I think it added just the right touch for the hanging bells, which are paper-pieced and mounted with foam dimensionals. The ribbon is colored with Cherry Cobbler ink and a blending pen.  The sentiment panel is also mounted on foam dimensionals.  The banners are cut with MFT Fishtail Flags Stax Die-namics.
 
Thanks for stopping by my blog.  I appreciate your comments.

8 comments:

  1. Very pretty card JoAnn, I love the fun papers you used. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday this week.

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  2. How pretty JoAnn! Great papers! Thank you for joining us at Merry Monday!

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  3. I love these paper pieced jingle bells hanging from the pine, JoAnn! And you've lined up the circles perfectly! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

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  4. Now how cute is this?! Lovely work! Thanks for playing with us at Merry Monday!

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  5. so love this, the jingle bells are adorable!! Thanks for joining us this week on the Merry Monday challenges!

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  6. Lovely take on the sketch, love the paper pieced bells and your choice of DSP. Thanks for jolining us at Merry Monday this week.

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  7. Great use of these papers! You've created such a lovely Xmas card! Thanks for joining us at Merry Monday this week!

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  8. This is beautiful JoAnn. Love the papers & those Fish Tail mats are such a perfect element to add . I've got some ordered but they are still on back order. I wish they would get her so I can have a play with them. Cute little bells too.
    Hugs, Janie

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