Memory Box and WPlus9…

 

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Christmas in July is always so fun! I have two more cards with the Memory Box Chatfords Wreath to share today.  I love how these turned out!  I threw in some teal card-stock to throw me off the traditional Christmas colors path!  But wait…keep scrolling…I hopped back on with the second card!  Another card with this wreath HERE.

 

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I die cut the wreath two times from two different green card-stocks, kept all the pieces and just interchanged them between the two cards.

I die cut the alphabets with score tape on the wrong side of the card-stock so they’d be stickers. It works so slick!  Easy to line up when you use the smallest size banner too! JOY is cut from metallic gold card-stock.

 

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The white just makes it pop! Some pearls and Liquid pearls and it’s time to celebrate!  or bust out singing a carol or two!  : )

I’ll link up the dies and everything I used in inlinkz below.

I’m also linking to some challenges…
Merry Monday Christmas Challenges  – Christmas card with a heart on it

Honorable Mention

ABC Christmas Challenge – O is for Off the Edge

Dies R Us Challenge – Christmas in July
Live and Love Crafts – Christmas in July
Pile it On – Christmas in July
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – ‘i scream for’  DIES!
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday – Die cuts
Jingle Belles Challenge – Old Fashioned Christmas 
(my card has a retro feel/colors)

 

Next I have a birthday card I made for the WPlus9 Challenge and the CAS-ology Challenge…

 

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I used the sketch from the Get Sketchy Challenge at WPlus9HERE

and

the challenge over at CAS-ology is Line – HERE

and

the challenge at Addicted To Stamps is CAS – HERE

I cut a quarter panel with the WPlus9 banner long die… it was the perfect amount of space I wanted for the ‘gap’ and an easy way to get a perfect gap! I lined each side with Washi Tape.  Stamped the Blanket Stitch flowers with chalk inks, the sentiments with Versafine black and all with the MISTI.

Thanks for visiting today!  Happy, creative weekend to you!

Supplies I used on my cards…

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41 thoughts on “Memory Box and WPlus9…

  1. Love the Christmas cards – especially the kraft, white, red and green – very traditional. Loved your tip about using scoretape to cut the letters out – am certainly going to try that. Great birthday card too. I like Wplus9 products. Have a great weekend. Going to the baby “sprinkle” tomorrow.

  2. I am all in for the card with the teal. I really like non traditional colors for Christmas cards !!! The birthday card is so simple and I really like how you used the washi tape. I would have never guessed that it was washi tape from the picture. Great cards.

  3. You have done it again!! Completely blown me away with your awesomeness!! These are all three feast for the eyes!! These make my eyes real happy! Those two Christmas cards are heavenly and the WPlus9 one is adorable!!

  4. i love the scor tape idea. it is perfect for these tiny letters. i like the more traditional colors and love the wood embossed piece under the wreath!
    tfs, sandyh

  5. your cards for Merry Monday are gorgeous – love the colors in the inlaid bits! and the wplus9 card is wonderful too!!

  6. I like all three cards but like the second traditional one the best. I really like your choice of colors on the third card. Unusual but so striking. That wreath die is so cute and is calling me to purchase it. Really like the wood with stitching on the second card. Oh, gee. I love all three cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

  7. Gorgeous, gorgeous and gorgeous! All 3! Love the clean fresh take on line – the polka dots really add some fun and whimsy! So glad you joined us at CASology this week!

  8. Oh Pam, I just love, love, love these cards you made. They are absolutely beautiful. I’m so inspired for Christmas in July! Thanks Pam for sharing your amazing cards.

  9. Such pretty wreaths, Pam! Love both of these cards and your 3rd card is just as pretty! Love that polka dot Washi Tape! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

  10. Beautiful cards. Your Christmas cards are so intricate and I love the polka dots with the green and pink on your last card. Thanks for sharing at ATSM this week, Anita x

  11. I’m reposting not sure if my earler post took or not… if so Sorry for the double entry.
    I love the holly wresths and how you used the 2 colors to make each… love the one with the brown background the best… and thanks for the tip about putting the tape on the letters before cutting them out….. Slick!

  12. Pam these are amazing – I love the white too…makes it all just go ‘pop’!! Fabulous tips and tricks – and just gorgeous Pam!!!

  13. Just gorgeous! I love the amazing detail in your die cut cards. Thank you so much for playing along with us this week over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog 🙂

  14. Wow! Awesome stuff! Love those wreath cards. Then I absolutely love the CASness of the birthday card, too. Bold and cute. Thanks for sharing in our DRU Christmas in July challenge!

  15. WONDERFUL work!!! Thank you so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! – Ashli 🙂

  16. Nice work with the dies; both cards are gorgeous, my favourite is the traditional one in red and green. Thanks for joining LLC for our Christmas in July challenge.

  17. woooww both of your christmas card is FUNTASTIC looove all you done there
    the flower and stripes bday card is too cuuteee
    love the color combo there
    great cards all Pam…
    thanks for joining us at ATSM this week
    hugs, Monika (DT Member)

  18. what an amazingly lovely group of cards, i especially love the holiday ones, of course… amazing what a difference it makes just changing the colorway! thanks for celebrating an “old fashioned xmas” with us at JINGLE BELLES!

  19. Beautiful cards! The pop of teal is such a cool look on your wreath card. Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday.

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