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Make a Scene

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Hello, The card I am sharing today is for a couple of challenges. First, it’s for the month-long challenge at Christmas Craft Creations. The theme this month is Make a Scene. I stumbled upon this great site a couple of months ago.

I am also linking up with the fun over at Happy Little Stampers, Stencil Challenge where it’s Anything Goes. As you will see with the pics below I made my own stencils for this card.

Card Details: I hope the above photos are self-explanatory. This is a design I have been thinking about and messing with for a little while. For my final card, I purposely left the white between the sand and the water to mimic sea foam. The added white lines should have been a bit more random, they were suggested by a dear friend, but poorly executed. The greeting is from Flora and Fauna. The Santa/sleigh is a stamp from Kitchen Sink Stamps. Of course, I used Distress Oxide Inks. The negative tree stencil is something I made from my old school when I was working and luckily found in my very large box of stencils. I do miss having access to fabulous large Sizzix dies.

I hope you are doing well during this Holiday Season. Take care and happy crafting! Nanc’

6 thoughts on “Make a Scene

  1. Gorgeous card, love this idea! Thanks for playing at Christmas Craft Creations

  2. You are a very clever girl!!! This is awesome Nancy! I may have to try my hand at one of these.

  3. I love this card. So very unique. I hope the warm-weather recipient will be totally impressed. I am!

  4. What a fabulous design, Nancy! Santa is probably dreaming of his vacation while flying above! Love this!

  5. Wow, that’s such a fab way to celebrate Christmas in warm climate, great idea. Thank you for sharing with us at Christmas Craft Creations.

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