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A Fear Of St. Nick?

>> Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Looking for another chance to win some free spending cash to DRS Designs?  Well, look no further and get ready to stamp! This week DRS Designs is sponsoring the sketch challenge over at the 365 Cards Blog

For your participation, you could win a $10 voucher just for playing along!
Here's my take on the sketch.

I split the 'Claus'trophobic Christmas Greeting (G367) into 4 separate stamps and stamped 2 lines in between the sections divided up by the red ribbon. 

This Santa image was taken from the Wintertime Buddies stamp (M362).  I colored it with Copic Markers and  and cut it out from the rest of the stamp.  I dressed him up by adding some Stickles to the his hat and finished off the card by adding a big, red bow just above him on the first line of ribbon.
Thanks for stopping by today, and Good Luck playing with this sketch.  We look forward to seeing your take on it!

Have a great day!


Karin said...

WAY cute and totally creative!!!!! Love it when I come here and you ladies blow me away with one of your cards! Love it :)

Samantha said...

Wonderful card Jennifer! Love it!

Sue said...

Does the word "Awesome" mean anything to you? It should!!! Too cool, too clever and waaay too cute!!!

Sharanda said...

HaHa! So CUTE!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is terrific, Jennifer! Love the colors and the divided sentiment. Perfect use of ribbon.

Dawn said...

You did GREAT wuth this challenge! Love it ALL!!!

Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Adorable! Love how you split up the sentiment and the sparkle on Santa's hat.

Gloria Stengel said...

Great job with the sketch! I had a ton of fun with my DRS stamps, and am happy to see y'all had fun with the 365 Sketch!

Rose said...

oh cute!! fantastic take on the sketch :) thanks for sending us the awesome stamps, LOVE them :)

~amy~ said...

haha...I LOVE it!

Pam said...

This is such a great take on the sketch - I love that little Santa!!

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