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Monday, December 5, 2011

"Christmas Wish" Card & "Peace on Earth & Goodwill to All" LO for Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #96: "Christmas Colors"

Kaboodle Doodles Challenge #96 is "Christmas Colors".  You could submit any project as long as it fits the challenge theme.  Winner to be drawn randomly with sponsor prize from Cat's Meow Tues, Dec. 13, 2011 at US timezone.  Participants have until Sun., Dec. 11, 2011 to link their entries at the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog.

I just love Christmas colors!!  Thus for this challenge, I came up with (2) creations: a card and an LO.  I tied the requirements up with Sketches4All's Get Sketchy Card Sketch Challenge and Get Sketchy LO Sketch Challenge with using scraps as additional requirement. 

When I finished the card, a story came up in mind. . . . Wouldn't it be romantic if a suitor or your boyfriend would have Christmas dinner with you on Christmas Eve and would suddenly pop up the question:  "Would you like us to be together?" OR "Would you marry me?"  ending with "All I want for Christmas is you!"  which is exactly the sentiment on the center of my card.  Hmmmm!  Still thinking if it's a totally romantic idea. . .  what say you?

I rotated the sketch by 90 degrees counterclockwise.  Please find my Christmas colored card below: 

SUPPLIES:  Paper: Creative Imaginations, Star Paper Corp., Sentiment Cut-outs: Nikki Sivils, Other: Ribbon, Sketch: PageMaps.

For the LO I created,  I was so amazed at how the photo developing center worked out it's magic to print and enhance a slightly dim Christmas family photo making it look all a glow.  I had it supersized.

SUPPLIES: Pattern Paper: Creative Imaginations, Foam Letter Stickers: All About Scrapbooking (Hallmark, Inc.),  Flowers: Prima, Dec 24th Cut-out: Nikki Sivils, Journaling Tab: Creative Imaginations, Other: Sheer Ribbon, Sketch: Jana Eubank, TOOLS: Bow Easy

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