Saturday, December 12, 2009

HAPPY HOLIDAYS....CARD PATTERNS SKETCH

Here is my take on the awesome new sketch over at CARD PATTERNS....The Cutting Cafe is sponsoring CARD PATTERNS this week so I thought I would play along...those ladies over there rock big time....I decided to use the HAPPY HOLIDAYS background stamp from The Cutting Cafe...I printed it out in dark brown to kind of go with the kraft paper...love that Kraft paper....Then I added some snowflakes from My Minds eye and some yummy ribbon from Martha Stewart....Please do play along if you get a chance.....The winner gets to choose ANY 3 sets from The Cutting Cafe.....I have already released a few new Valentine Sets....Hugs

14 comments:

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Hi Regina. Your card is absolutely beautiful. I love that gorgeous ribbon with the little bell attached.

bonnie said...

This is beautiful Regina...lovin the pretty ribbon and bell....you do such lovely bows...you are a pro!!:) Bonnie x

Crayola58 said...

Sheesh, Regina...this is so beautiful. I love it.
Carole

Ellen said...

Wow, love your take on the sketch Regina! And also the stamps you offer this week...;-)

Ellen XX

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

What a wonderful card Regina! Love the mixture of kraft/brown and red.
Thanks for sponsoring us once again!

Laurel said...

I love this Regina!

yyam said...

Regina, this is gorgeous...love the bold ribbon...:)

~amy~ said...

love this...I'm such a huge fan of kraft...delish regina!

Kelly said...

This is beautiful. You are really making me want to work with the Kraft paper!

whoistracy said...

This is gorgeous Regina! I love the ribbon you used.

dstandard said...

Beautiful - love that ribbon!

Kimberly's Krafts said...

Just perfect! Love your card!!

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Nikki said...

You just make the greatest cards Regina! Those snowflakes are great and you do use that kraft paper so well all the time!
:)