Hello!  It’s hard to believe November is halfway over already!

Over at 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown we’ve been having fun with Louise‘s challenges this month.  This week she gives us a recipe challenge:  a one layer card, with a small amount of color, and either ribbon or bling.  I definitely have the one layer and the bling parts down, but I’m hoping the rest of my card meets Louise’s idea of a hint of color!  I wanted the tree to have the most color, but I didn’t want it to look like it was just floating on the card, so I added a couple of flourishes to replicate the edge of a drifting snowbank behind the tree.  I stamped the flourishes off on a piece of scrap paper before stamping them on the card, to get a very pale shade of grey.

Now it’s your turn to show us what you can create with this recipe! Link your work to the 52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown site by 1:00 p.m. Eastern time Friday, November 22. We’d love to see what you create! Be sure to check out what the rest of the design team has made, too!

Supplies:
Stamps: Season of Joy, Christmas Greetings (Stampin’ Up)
Cardstock: Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs)
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede, Smoky Slate (SU)
Other: rhinestones (Bazzill); corner rounder punch (EK Success)

5 Responses to “52 {Christmas} Card Throwdown – November recipe challenge”

  1. This is lovely! I do like the tree with the soft swirls, and those swirls suggesting snow! Fab!

  2. This is fabulous, Patricia! I adore the way you did the gray swirls–this is so wintry looking! Beautiful! HUGS and have a great week! :) Mynn xx

  3. Yep, I think that qualifies as a hint of colour! This is one of my fave tree images, love the flourishes behind, so snowy looking! Thanks for doing such a great job with my OLC challenge.

    Louise xx

  4. I love how you used the flourish to create the effect of snow – what a fabulous idea. Terrific card Patricia!

  5. Hi Patricia! You always do these CAS cards so well! I love the scene that you created!

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