Saturday, 15 September 2012

An Unconventional Christmas - Scrapology September Card Challenge

The lovely Natalie O'Shea set the challenge this month, to use a product or tool not usually associated with Christmas to make a card.
I have to confess, it took me ages to come up with an idea for this one, but, here it is:

A while back, Anita used a piece of a bath scrunchie on a layout.
Lynn and I bought and unravelled these :)

I used the white one wrapped around some card with white wool as snow.

I made the christmas trees with the pennant punch above.

And glittered the snowflakes, trees and "snow" with nail polish :)

The snowflakes and easel stop are both Martha Stewart punches. 
I've added some diamante to the centres.

This one is sooooo far out of the box :)

Pop over to Scrapology for details of the challenge and to see what our fab DT have made.



Sue said...

so Clever - Love it - just wish i had the imagination!!

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Karen said...

Very creative card Linda.

Alison said...

I thought you were inspired for this challenge! Fantastic example of an unconventional Christmas! x

Lynn said...

It looks like you had great fun creating this card. great ideas too.
Lynn x