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BYSHC Falling for the Holidays ~Noel

It’s Day 5 of BYSHC Falling for the Holidays Linky Party, which is a week long event where everyone can link up a new Christmas/winter card on BYSHC Blog for a chance to win a prize from some incredible sponsors. I’ve been showcasing one to two sponsors a day, so check the other days if you haven’t seen them yet.

Today, I’m presenting a card created with 3 of our wonderful sponsors, Angie Blom, Newton’s Nook Designs, and Gina K Designs. I started by ink blending a white cardstock with Gina K Designs Tranquil Teal, Jelly Bean Green, and Wild Wisteria Ink. Then I laid Newton’s Nook Designs Ornaments Stencil over the ink blended cardstock and inked them with the same colors so the ornaments are darker version of the ink. (The Ornaments Stencil is actually on sale at Newton’s Nook Designs if you want to check them out.)

I colored Angie Bloms’ new Noel digital image with Copic and Tombow alcohol markers and fussy cut it out. I added foam tape behind it to give it some dimension and glued everything on a black cardstock mat. (Angie Blom actually has 2 new images so check out her site if you prefer the word JOY instead.)

Thank you for dropping by. I hope this has inspired you to make a simple, colorful card before Oct. 28th. If you don’t have time to join us, still check out BYSHC Blog for all the other beautiful cards everyone has made. Stop by tomorrow for a cute hot cocoa card.


6 thoughts on “BYSHC Falling for the Holidays ~Noel”

  1. Oooo am loving the funky colours and the gorgeous sentiment and background, thanks for joining us at Rudolph Days Challenge this month, Luv Sam x


  2. Awesome card! I love the colours and the simplicity of the card. Thank you for joining us at ABC Christmas Challenge. xx Wilma


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