Happy Birthday to CAS Christmas! It seems like only yesterday but it's been three years since this wonderful challenge was started by Bonnie and Loll.
I'm finally back in my art studio so I can make cards for challenges and this is the first one I did. Here is the prompt:
And here is my card:
I have to get back in the groove of photo taking I see. This looks rather pink to me but it is definitely white. I used SSS Chisholm Wreath, adding the bow and berries in red foil and the sentiment from Elizabeth Crafts in Neenah DS.
Thanks for stopping by today. I'm working on a bunch more cards so you should have plenty to see if you stop by again.
Gorgeous card, Bobby! This colour combo called to me too, Jo xReplyDelete
I'll bet you're glad to be back in your studio! Your card is lovely, so wonderfully CAS!ReplyDelete
Welcome home, Bobby! You've jumped right back in, and haven't missed a trick! I have always loved that twiggy wreath - looks like your cardinals feel right at home, too!ReplyDelete
Love this crisp Christmas wreath card, Bobby! Wonderful use of the die-cut elements! The shine from the red bow and berries is so pretty, and the cardinals are perching on the right spot. Thank you so much for playing along with us at CAS Christmas!ReplyDelete
Glad you are home safely, Bobby! Love this wreath in kraft with the sweet red birds adorning it! A beautiful way to use these colors!ReplyDelete
Beautiful wreath with those sweet birds, Bobby! LOVE your CAS design! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas! xxReplyDelete
Hi Bobby ~ This is one of my all-time favorite wreath dies and I love how you created this beautiful CAS design with it! I also love your sentiment...perfect for mass production, too :) Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS Christmas!ReplyDelete
Your wreath and birds are so pretty using this month's colors at CAS Christmas Bobby! Thanks for joining us! xxReplyDelete
Welcome back to your studio, Bobby! What a delicious CAS card ... the warmth of the kraft is so cosy against the snowy white ... and the touches of red in the berries and on those sweet birds really pops! So pretty! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete