30 Days of Christmas - Day 13

Good Morning bloggers.  It's Sunday and right now I'm probably in church, having lunch or napping.  [that's our Sunday routine]

It's day 13 and I'm happy to share today's card.  If you have ever heard of Pinterest (or if you're an obsessed pinner like I am), then you'll know it's the greatest website since Google.  I'm on there periodically looking for inspiration and one day (on 11/3/11 to be exact - which is when I made these 2 cards I'm about to show you, lol) I began looking for pink Christmas cards and ran into this one.


It was so fabulously sparkly & merry that I just HAD TO make my own version of it.  I made 2 of these because I knew I would not be able to part with it easily since it's so shabby & precious.  hehe.

(click on photo to enlarge) 


The first card was made with a music background stamp.



You probably can't tell from the photo,
but I put glitter on the punched snowflakes.




The second card was made with MME Lost & Found
patterned paper music background.



 I prefer this card because the colors are softer
and it looks a little more put together.




Well, there you have it, 2 cards for today.  *grin*  I hope you all are enjoying your weekend, and if not maybe you would if you crafted a little bit more?  hehe.

P.S. Are you a "YAY, SNOW!!" or a "oh no, it's snowing", kinda person?  Let me know in your comment below.

Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it SNOW!! 

x0, Damaris

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SUPPLIES
* Craft card & envelope
* MME - Lost & Found Madison Avenue paper
* Hero Arts - "Jolly Christmas" clear stamp set (snowflakes)
* Fiskars - "Festive Trees" clear stamp set (trees)
* Hampton Art - "Wish You a Merry Christmas Tree" rubber stamp
* Stampendous - "Music Score" background rubber stamp
* Recollections brown cardstock
* Doodlebug pink buttons
* Studio G. bling
* Studio G. glitter glue
* Fiskars tiny snowflake punch
* Brown ribbon
* Hemp twine
* Martha Stewart alpine snow punch
* Stampin Up whisper white cardstock 
* Stampin Up "Good Neighbors" cling stamp set (tiny house)
* Versamark ink
* Distress inks: worn lipstick & vintage photo
* ADHESIVES: Scotch quick-dry, ATG gun, hot glue

14 comments

Dottie said...

Oh Damaris, these are gorgeous! I have a new favorite and I can't choose between the two! Love love love them. And as much as I love seeing snow at Christmas time --happened only once, while we lived in Colorado -- I always say oh no, snow! Until it happens around here, which is rare, hee hee. Have a wonderful Sunday. I need to go get ready for church myself!
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Scrappy Pink Corner said...

Oh boy, now how can I not say that this is my favorite. You are really making some nice cards. Love the tree on this one.
Great job.

kim.scrapper said...

Gor-juss!!! I don't know how you do it, each one is amazing and this one I will be scraplifting for sure. I am an "oh snow" kind of person for the first snowfall and then its "oh no, snow" after that. I think I should have been born somewhere warmer....he he

Amy said...

These are beautiful Demaris, love the pink! I'm a "oh no, it's snowing" kind of gal, but if it could snow everywhere but on the roads I wouldn't mind the snow at all!

sarajean said...

Beautiful!!!!!you keep surprzing me more and more.well I am a no snow kind of person until it finally arrives so then I see how happy my kids get and then it puts a smile on my face.I hope you have a great week.sarah

Darla said...

A little of each. I LOVE snow and how it makes everything so pretty and playing in it with the kids is great. It drives me crazy thOugh because where I live we get a lot if rain mixed in off and on so we tend to get alot of slush which I really hate. It makes everything brown and yucky looking and everything gets all wet when you go out in it and then it freezes up hard covering everything in thick ice, causing tons of accidents and making it nearly impossible to get around for pedestrians.

Darla said...

Oh.. Lol I got so wrapped up in my slush rant that I forgot to tell you how much I LOVE this card!!! I feel a scraplift coming on!!!

Sonia said...

oh how I love pink! And the music background was the perfect touch!TFS - Sonia

crafty jo said...

very simple yet elegant works really well hugs joanne

jessica said...

I dont know how I missed this one!!
This is awesome! I am loving the pink!!
Love Pinterest also...addicting!!
TFS
jessica
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Sharon said...

Love your take on this card. And pink! wow! Love it.
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Hopelynn said...

this is one of my favs! ~hugs
hopelynn hopelynnv76@msn.com

ttc4toolong said...

OMG! I LOVE the pink you chose for these cards! It reminds me of Breast Cancer Awareness! I love the music paper and how both cards compliment each other!

-Lydia
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AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Wow you are so on the roll with your cards. And who dosent love pink. Great Cards!

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