Tuesday, December 7, 2010

A Contempo Christmas Challenge Card

Hi there!  I have another challenge card to share with you - another to add to my Christmas stash.  :-)  I used a colour combination that I ordinarily wouldn't dream off... Regal Rose is not one of my go-to colours.  I think I like the end result...

I do love ruffled ribbon.  It looks so decadent!

Here are the challenges I followed:

Thanks for visiting!  :-)

Stamp sets - Contempo Christmas
Cardstock - Cambric White Linen, Whisper White, Early Espresso
Inks - Pear Pizzazz, Early Espresso, Regal Rose
Accessories - ornament punch, Regal Rose ribbon, Early Espresso taffeta ribbon, linen thread, pearls



  1. stunning......and great timing... i have a whole pile of chrissy cards to make....might case your layout :)

  2. I LOVE regal rose and your card is just delightful! Those little pearls are a lovely touch.

  3. I love your simple and striking design, girlfriend :) This ornament stamp is SOOO on my "to buy" list!
    I'm so glad that you took the time to participate in our challenge this week! xxx

  4. Fabulous ruffles ribbon! Love the pearls. Great use of the challenge colors! Thanks for playing at Pals Paper Arts!

  5. I think the colour combination is striking Danielle and I am loving this layout. Beautiful card!

  6. The pink and green are terrific! Thanks for playing along with the CASE study blog -- I've been very excited to be their sponsor this week!

  7. I do love scrunchy ribbon as well - this is adorable!

  8. I love the look of the ruffles, this colour combo is amazing, especially for christmas!

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  10. This is one heck of a STUNNER!! Love that ruffled ribbon - I can't master that for the life of me! lol

    Great job Danielle!


  11. Love that ruffly ribbon! Thanks for playing with Flourishes!

  12. a beautiful CAS card, the ribbon is definately decadent, love how you have added the thin ribbon over the top! thanks for sharing at CASE study! :)