Friday, May 2, 2014

Christmas Lollipop!

I am back with another card for our weekly challenge for the Christmas Stampin' All Year Long (CSAYL) team.
The theme for this week's challenge is Anything Goes.

Our sponsor this week is Eureka Stamps and the challenge runs from May 2nd to the 8th.
I love the color red and highlighted every bit of the card with it............
Here is the inside of my card:

Be sure to check out all of the wonderful creations the rest of the design team has posted this week--click here for the link to the blog.  I am sure you will not be disappointed.  

Image/Sentiment—Eureka Stamps Lollipop Digital Image

Cardstock—Gina K White; Stampin' Up Cranberry Crisp; Basic Grey Figgy Pudding Kringle Patterned Paper 

Accessories—Copic Markers; Stampin' Up Cranberry Crisp Stitched Ribbon; White Brads

I hope you will play along this week with Christmas Stampin' All Year Long Challenge Blog too! Be sure to go to the blog and add your creations for the challenge this week! You can also check out the rest of the DT Creations with the links on the left sidebar as well as being posted on the CSAYL Blog.


Desire Fourie said...

Such a fun design. Love the mix of polka dots and stripes.
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Winnie said...

Such a lovely card! You are getting a jump on the holidays! Love the papers you put together too.

Shelly Schmidt said...

How fun- love the lollipop! You get so much stamping done- and such a great idea to make Christmas cards all year long!

fabiola jaques said...

super chou Barb, quelle appétissante et très mignonne carte, biz

Maxine D said...

Wonderful card Barb- the stocking embellishment is so cute!

Darlene said...

What a fun card, Barb! Love the reds and that fun little elf boot in the upper corner! Too cute.

JoAnn said...

Love your card with the cute Christmas "Lollipop" and pretty papers.

Anet van Zyl said...

Beautiful Christmas card Barb, I love the layout and pretty papers.

Heather said...

Red is definitely the perfect color for Christmas. : ) Great bunch of papers you used.