Monday, May 7, 2018

Merry Monday #289 - Add Star to Your Card

Good morning Merry Monday fans.  This week our challenge is brought to us by Debbie and she wants us to add a star to our Christmas card.
For my card I used star pattern paper from Tim Holtz Christmas 8x8 pad cut with a die from MFT Blueprints 27.  The white circle is cut with MFT Stitched Circle Stax and the sentiment (done on my computer) panel is cut with MFT Stitched Fishtail Flags Stax.  I cut one end part of the way and then placed it back in the die to cut the other end.  The joy is a die by Cottage Cutz called Joy Nativity, cut from gold foil paper by Recollections.  I cut one gold and 2 white layers, glued them together and mounted it and the sentiment panel with foam tape.

Please hop over to the Merry Monday Challenge blog and check out all the wonderful cards with stars by the Design Team.  Can't wait to see your cards in our gallery.

Thanks so much for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day.

Happy Stamping,
JoAnn

8 comments:

  1. Just love your gold foiled JOY Nativity, JoAnn! Perfect on all the die cut layers and I love the star paper too!!

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  2. This is beautiful, JoAnn! LOVE that gold nativity!

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  3. The Nativity Joy die is so special, JoAnn! I love how you've matched it up with the circle die! They look like they're meant to go together!

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  4. This is very pretty! I love the JOY die cut! So perfect!

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  5. What a beautiful card, JoAnn. Gorgeous Joy die.

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  6. What a beautiful, beautiful card JoAnn!! I love the die you used in gold and it is so perfect with the simplicity of the white circle behind it and the star DSP in the background...LOVE it!! Hope you're having a wonderful week!! :0)

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  7. JoAnne - I like your idea of using a star background for your card. I'm combining inspiration from several of the design team's cards for mine, and will definitely use the background idea! Thanks! -Donna

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  8. So pretty, I love the gold sentiment with the intricate center scene.

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