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Monday, July 19, 2010

FHF Recipe 4 Christmas In July

Good morning, today Friends Having Fun has a new recipe challenge.
Edited to add close up picture.

Theme: “Christmas in July”
- make a holiday card or scrapbook page (you can choose any wintery holiday: Christmas, Hanukah, Festivus, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, etc.) I made a Christmas card. 
- make your card long and narrow to fit a business sized envelope (4 1/8 in x 9 ½ in). An easy dimension is to cut your 8.5 x 11 cardstock to 8 in by 9 in and score the long way down the middle (yields a folded card size of 4 x 9). If you are scrabooking, one of the elements in your layout should be this size. My card is 4 x 8.
- incorporate your favorite technique. I inked up the image panel with sponge. I also used my copics.
As an optional element/ingredient:   theme it something “holiday” in your home state or country. For example, Rebecca is in Florida …. a Christmas theme may include the beach like theme like a surfin’ santa, a sea shell christmas tree, etc.



Supplies:
SU card stock
Pattern paper from Oriental Trading Co (really old)
Sparkly Fluff
Flower Soft
Copics

5 comments:

margie c said...

Beautiful card! I love the non-traditional colors, great job :)
hugs, margie

Di said...

Arrh Fabulous Hun!i love your colours the bears look so sweet! Thankyou!
Hugs Di xxxx

Di said...

p.s love the sparkly fluff or is it flower soft? it looks great for the fur! xx

Sonia said...

Beautiful Card!! Love the non-traditional christmas colors look fabulous!!
Pretty image!! :-)
Great Card!!

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scrapaddict said...

Oh, these bears are so cute...I have a thing about bears, am also loving the white fur - flower soft - sparkly fluff.