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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Sew Many Challenges 28

Hello!  Here is my entry for this weeks challenge at Sew Many Challenges.  The theme this week is Santa's on the Way--Christmas.

I used the image of Morty with the Good/Bad list from Sew Many Cards.  I colored the image with Marvy markers.  The DP is from my stash.  For the red cs behind Morty I embossed it with my ornament plate and then added glitter to the raised areas for some sparkle.

Here is the inside of the card.  I got the idea for the folding in the Card Maker Fun Folds issue.  I added glitter for some ornaments on the "tree".  The sentiment is Stampin Up.

I am also entering this into the following challenges:
Charisma Cardz--Anything Goes
A Spoon Full of Sugar--Anything Goes

Thanks for looking.  Have a great day.

~Rhonda

11 comments:

K Andrew said...

Is this a moose? I love love the inside of the card--the way it looks like a christmas tree--how creative is that? Great job girl!

Milnie said...

Oh this card is really cute, a perfect christmas card!

hugs

kim.mom said...

WOWSA!!! LOVE it!!! You did an awesome job coloring Morty and I LOVE the inside of the card, too! TFS with us at SMC!

Faye said...

What a wonderful card, it's gorgeous. Thanks for playing at Charisma. x

JLJ Designs said...

Beautiful card! I love the surprise tree inside.

Jennifer

Gemma said...

fab card! Thanks for joining in the challenge this week at Charisma Cardz! Gemma :)

Jeanette (Forest Ranger) said...

Wow! What a fun card! I love the way you did the inside!!!

Thank you for participating in this week's Christmas Themed Sew Many Challenges!

*Vicki* said...

Rhonda, that is so so cute!! I love it!! The inside design is so very clever!! TFS! HUGS

cabio's craft corner said...

This is to cute Rhonda!! Love the pop up inside :o)
Hugs,
Cabio

Spyder said...

Lovely card Rhonda! and what a great idea to put the folded tree inside! (might have to pinch that!)
(Lyn)

Whimcees said...

Hello!

Clever inside of the card - love it! You are so creative!

Wishing you well!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane