Sunday, December 18, 2016

ATCM Christmas Envelope Challenge Card

Addicted to Card Making is a great card making site if you like the smaller site without a lot of stress and enjoy receiving  positive  comments from fellow crafters.  There are usually 10-14 swaps available to sign up for each month, weekend challenges, and some special card sets and different events during the month.  
One of my favorites is each month, is a member hosts an envelope challenge - 15 members are allowed to sign up to receive the same items, to create their cards.  You are required to use some of each item and can add two of your own and a stamped image if you'd like.  Our December host, Deb sent this winter package out to us this month. 

For my card, I used the white rope for the left side ribbon and snipped the snowflakes in half for the right side border.  I used a Tree shaped die on the wood grained paper to make my tree in the center, and tied the silver string with the little silver bell.  The bling was randomly placed on the tree.  Not many of the crafters turned the paper over to see that the other side had red and green presents on it.  So I added a couple of those under the tree.
I've taken the liberty of adding a few of the other cards to show you the vast differences in how we all see the supplies differently.
Created by Pam Mott
Created by Jennie Amaker
Created by Linda Dicks
Created by Cindy Wangen

Aren't the all beautiful? And unique?  Just like the Snowflake and just like US, uniquely created, each for our on purpose and beauty.

Thank you for visiting my blog today and for following my work.  This posting will also be on the following sites where I invite you to see the work of other creative artists:
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Serving a Risen Savior, Pam