Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Happy New Year!

It's 2014!

New beginnings, new projects, new resolutions!
Now that I have had some R&R with my hubby this Christmas holiday, I am renewed to continue to play and share with all of you! 

Today I am starting a month long online prompting course called Creative Jump Start 2014.  I did this last year and it really motivated me to go outside my comfort zone a bit and just be creative!  You're not too late to join in on the fun if you wish.  She decided to charge a nominal fee this year and I still jumped at it! (sorry, pun not intended)  It really is worth the time and cash.  Check it out at the link or by clicking on the side bar image by the same name! 

As I need to share something with all of you, here is my Christmas card for 2013...
I cut and embossed Blue Iris Shimmer Sheets by Elizabeth Craft Designs (3x5") with Sizzix Merry Christmas embossing folder and then matted it on white card stock (3.25x x 5.25").  Wrapped navy blue cardstock with a strip of blue Magenta Maruyama ribbon then adhered the above matted papers.  The candles (Elizabeth Craft Designs Candle Peel-Offs) were placed on glitter covered double sided Sookwang sheets, coloured in with Bic markers then cut out.  Then I simply peeled off the back and adhered to the front of the card. 

7 comments:

  1. I hope 2014 is kind to you and you get plenty of time to be blessed by the creativity fairy. I got here via CJS14; it's nice to meet you.

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  2. happy new year !!!!

    très jolie carte !!!!

    merci pour ton aide à creative jumpstart

    bises

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  3. Happy New year to you. Very pretty and unique.

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  4. What a lovely Blog you have. I love your creativity. I am a cardmaker and know the pleasure that making something can bring. Happy Weekend. Judy x

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  5. Hello your blog is beautiful! I following now!! nice to meet you!....Happy grow your blog!

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  6. Your cards are very nice. Love the giraffe one!

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  7. Glad to see others have varied interests too- too many things to like in this world. Thanks for sharing. My son makes the pop-out cards too!

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