November 1, 2012

Spark Your Creativity Challenge (Anything goes!)

Happy November!!!!

Today  my DT project for Spark Your Creativity (Anything goes) is another Christmas card! I am in love with this one because I got to use my new Chevron stamp I got while in Halifax with Michael!
 
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I paper pieced the penguin's scarf, hat and gloves.. (I should have taken a side shot)  Isn't he cute!!!
 
I like this card because it is an card and envelope in one!
 


 
 
 
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Have a fantastic day!

10 comments:

Rhonda Emery said...

awh so cute. hugs

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee this!! LOVING the chevrons and love love love that penguin!!!!

scrapclose2theheart said...

That card is adorable! :) I love the chevrons & the fact that it is an envelope too. I also like penguins. Truly a home run hit!!!

CRAZY4 CHRIST said...

very cute card love the twine wrapped around it! cute penguin!!
Kristan

Beckie said...

Great card. Love the chevrons.

Be blessed, Beckie
http://justbcreativecrazy.blogspot.com

Lisa said...

This is so awesome, Naomi!! The penguin is so stinkin' cute and I love the chevron stamp!! You did a fabulous job my friend!! I so need to get started on my Christmas cards!! Thanks for the inspiration!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

yyam said...

Ooooh cute! I love that chevron stamp! :)

Karons Krafty Korner said...

Naomi - this card is fabulous - I love the design and that image is wonderful. Hugs, Karon

Sarah Biswabic said...

What a cute card Naomi! I hope your son is doing well. Your friend, Sarah

Karen said...

Oooh, this is SUCH a sweet card, Naomi! :o) The paper-piecing is lovely and I adore the interior sentiment. :o) So clever being an envelope, too! The twine is so gorgeous. (I love twine a little too much! Hehe!) This will be such a blessing! Regarding your comment today: I do my shaped cards all the same way. I use my Gypsy to weld together the base, overlapping them just enough to have a decent-length crease. Then I simply cut out the base shape again and adhere it atop with my ATG tape glider. That way the shape isn't cut off at all. There will always be a bit of an overhang when you look at it from the back, but it's much better (in my opinion) than having the shape not be complete. That's probably more involved than you were looking for, but I wanted to be sure I answered your question. :)

Oh! And my mom will be okay.. she has some things going on but we are prayerful. :) She is in good hands!

Hugs and blessings!