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My Favorite Christmas Colors!

DRS Designs is the sponsor at Tuesday Morning Sketches this week so I decided to play too (especially since the sketch is sooo fun).  I love the aqua, green, and red color combination I am seeing on Christmas cards this year so get ready for an aqua, green and red color explosion on my blog over the next few months!



All my images and backgrounds are by DRS Designs:

Ornament: Simple Ornament
Inside the Ornament:  Snow Tree with Fence
Greeting and foliage around ornament:  Season's Greetings Holy Spray
Base Background: Small Merry Christmas Greeting (stamped multiple times)
Top Background Panels:  Script Font Background

This sketch was so fun and I really like how the card came out.  Hope you get a chance to play in the challenge too. 

Hugz!

Comments

  1. These are two color I would not have thought to put together but they work beautifully. I can' wait to see more of your Christmas cards with these two colors. This one is just beautiful. Have a good day.

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  2. I've missed seeing a couple of gorgeous cards from you Nancy! This is so pretty and just love the colors you used for it. I wouldn't have ever thought those colors would look good together and yet they're wonderful!
    Lynn

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  3. Love this fab image,a gorgeous card.xxx

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  4. A gorgeous card Nancy, such a beautiful ornament, colours and design.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Wow! What a gorgeous card! I love your fussy cutting that really makes the images pop!!
    Thanks for sharing your inspiration with us at TMS!!

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  6. Girl, you make a Christmas card that is a gift all by itself! The layering and richness of this card blows me away! And you go ahead with the color jam because I love green, aqua, and red on a CC, too!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Gorgeous card! Look at that ornament - WOW! Thank you so much for joining us at Tuesday Morning Sketches.

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  8. This is so amazing! Love the way you have used the tree stamp inside the ornament stamp!! BTW, the embossing folder I used is from Cuttlebug 5 X 7 (not sure the name of it)

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  9. Loving all that real Christmassy stuff on your card. SUPER.

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  10. Everything just pops out beautifully on your card Nancy! Love this color combo for Christmas!! It's perfect on this design and so very festive!! :) Can't wait to see more with these colors! HUGS

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  11. So many wonderful cards that you have posted while I've been absent! So glad I was able to catch up with you and see them all!

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  12. Lovely Christmas card! Great design!

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