Sunday, December 11, 2011

Snoopy on wreath


I created this card for Challenge 86 over at A La Card Monkey. They have blog candy this week! The basic card is white cardstock, then I layered Frostwood Lodge DSP over Real Red cardstock. The 2 DSPs are actually the same paper front and back. I stamped Snoopy & the wreath on white cardstock using Stazon black. I cut it out after I colored it in with markers. The wreath itself is colored with Old Olive, the ribbon is Real Red. The lights on the wreath are various other markers. I distressed the edge of the Real Red circle before attaching the wreath with dimensionals. I don't know if you can tell or not, but glitter has been added to Snoopy and the ribbon. I stamped the greeting on the DSP and attached it and the RR glimmer brads to the scalloped oval (also in RR). Here's the sketch for this week's challenge:


I'm also adding this card to Shirley's Winter Wednesday Christmas Blog Hop. Only one more blog hop after this, just Dec. 14th. AND there's blog candy this week too!

 Just a few simple rules:
1. Anything goes, card, 3D project, it just has to be Christmas.
2. Add badge to post with link back to Shirley's blog.
3. Has to be a new post.
4. Add the hop to your post.



7 comments:

  1. Super cute, Marie! You must have a Snoopy for every occasion. lol

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  2. Oh love the Snoopy snoozing in the Wreath - and the DSP behind the wreath looks like Birch bark - love it!

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  3. So cute! I love that Snoopy is sparkly!

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  4. Girl what are you doing??? You know I love Snoopy Cards!! Is this some kind of Brain Washing Technique to make me pick your card!!??? You are killing me!! lol LOVE it! Thanks for adding it to my Winter Blog Hop!!

    Hugs
    Shirley

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  5. OK it worked!!... Congrats on being Co-Winner of week 5 of the Winter Wednesday Christmas Blog Hop!!

    Hugs
    Shirley

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  6. Marie this little snoopy card is just too stinking cute! Love the image and how you've used the Frostwood Lodge DSP to back it up! TFS.

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