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Sunday, September 19, 2010

~~ Santa's Slackers Challenge # 4 ~~




It's that time again....another Santa's Slackers Challenge!!! Sandi and I drew numbers to see which sketch to use and we decided on her chosen sketch.We had to:

Use any Christmas cart that you have.

Flip it, flop it do anything you want to do to it , but follow the basic guide lines of the sketch.

Use traditional Christmas colors...red, green, gold and white.

Add Ribbon.

Have fun!!!!!

This is my take on the sketch.


7 comments:

Beebeebabs

Very cute card tfs!!!

Sandi's creative touch

Ok Joy you are really getting a head start on me and slipping in those traditional colors!! Well your version of the sketch is once again great!!! Think about all those stress free minutes you will have before the holidays getting a jump start on your cards!!!

Sandi

Peggy

Beautiful card, Joy.

Carol<><

Wow Girl!!! you have been busy the past few days, great cards and how often does the ribbon turn out perfect like on this card...love the little girl card.
have a great day Joy...
Carol<><

Sharon

I love it! I just posted my card for last weeks challenge!!! :)
http://meemeescreations.blogspot.com

Sharon

I've got my card finished and up on my blog! Love this sketch!! :)

DonnaMundinger

Very pretty and I love the sketch! Guess I ought to mosey back to the board and see what's cookin'. So little time with all that's going on. xxD

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