Think Pink Christmas

It’s never to early to start thinking about Christmas cards! The girls over at Christmas Stamping All Year Long want to help you get inspired with some challenges!

You can see this week’s cards —> HERE

This week’s challenge (CSAYL #42) is to make a PINK card.

I used Clearsnap Chalk inks for today’s cards. I stamped the sleigh image and the cut it out with a Scallop Oval Nestabilities die. I used the tip of the snowflake (the same snowflake I used for the side border) to create the border on the scallop. I added some Polar White Flower for a little added texture.


Stamps: J1553 Sleigh Ride Silhouette, Peace on Earth, Snowflake – Stamp N Plus Scrap N
Paper: Bazzill Simply Smooth White, Razzleberry Dark
Ink: Clearsnap Chalk inks
Accessories: Polar White Flower Soft, Scallop Oval Nestabilities, pearls, Scrapbook Adhesives from 3L


11 responses to “Think Pink Christmas

  1. When I saw the title I thought PINK for Christmas. WOW! You pulled this off! I might just have to use this color this year. I just love the images and love how you used the pearls too. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. What an elegant card and in pink even. Welcome to the group Jeanne.

    mommy scraps alot

  3. Pink Christmas, love it!! It looks fabulous with those colors.

  4. This card is fabulous! I love that Silhouette!

  5. Wow, Jeanne. . .what a gorgeous and elegant card! Love the image and pretty pearls. . great use of pink!!


  6. Oh Jeanne! What dreamy colors! LOVE the idea of decorating the edge of the label.

  7. OMG, this is beautiful. So rich looking. Nice work!

  8. I really like this card! White scares me so I’m always in awe over awesome cards like this cause I just could never make something look this good. LOVE the snowflake border with the pearl centers. Such a pretty card!!

  9. WOW! So soft and pretty!

  10. Very elegant Jeanne I like it

  11. Love your card Jeanne.. it’s perfect for the pink challenge. (Great blog too!!)

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