Tuesday, December 16, 2014


The SUO challenge blog this week is a challenge to make a winter themed holiday card or project.  I opted for the card.  I'm not the most proficient at the anything but a card thing…..and since I procrastinated till Sunday night…..well you know…..projects take time. :) Actually so did this card! ;)  I just love the little letters die set, and I am the hostess for the color challenge this week and chose these pretty soft colors, soft sky, old olive and cherry cobbler.  I think I am realizing that though I generally just love COLOR, cherry cobbler may be my all time fav.  :) Soft sky might be second.  Anyway - maybe you should hop on over to SCS today and play in the color challenge!!  Isn't this just a yummy color combination?  I hate when people call colors yummy, but I'm sorry, these ARE yummy.  And it's Christmas,,,,so spread a little JOY!, right?  Have yourself a merry little Christmas…..and remember to thank God for HIS unspeakable gift!! ;) Until next time, Karen


Carol Dee said...

BEAUTIFUL card Karen. I LOVE Soft Sky, too. Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas, hugs, Carol Dee

Anonymous said...

That has got to be one of the pretties cards ever!!! Wow!!!!

RaeDeen said...

Love, love, love it, Karen! This card is absolutely gorgeous. The colors, the coloring, the ribbons, the texture, the JOY....it's all 'yummy'! Blessings to you and all of yours this Christmas.

Maria Rodriguez said...

Oh Karen, this is gorgeous, that embossing folder is stunning. Is it Stampin Up!? Love it!!! Love the lace in that beautiful bow, and your paper snipping skills are over the top.
Thank you for sharing. I wish for you a beautiful and joyful Christmas and a Happy and Healthy 2015.

Maria Rodriguez said...

Absolutely lovely!!! Is that embossing folder from Stampin Up? I love the holy on each corner and the gorgeous frame around this beautiful design.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Have a beautiful Christmas Karen.

Sabrina said...

I wanted to leave a comment when I saw this yesterday, but our laptop is on its last legs and often freezes up. It's beautiful, Karen - no surprises there.
Wishing you all the best for next year, and a happy and peaceful Christmas.