A new month, of course, also brings about a bevy of new challenges at Happy Little Stampers; today, my team and I invite you to join us for HLS CAS Challenge December 2017~New Year.
As easy as this theme is, I encountered challenges galore, mainly because I don't have much by way of New Year images. Fortunately, new goodies from Uniko finally made their arrival (after close to 2 months of traveling!!) literally in the nick of time (as in one day ago!). After a rousing bout of cheering and happy dancing, I put a couple of sentiment stamps to work! Yayyyy for a big ol' Happy and a sweet little "New Year". The image in the window is a snippet of patterned paper that's been lingering on my desk for the past while; I think it had 'plans' *grin*. Those little snowflakes are full-on shimmery gold, NOT orange or pink as they appear here!
Hope you'll find time to join us during this busy, festive month! Just a reminder to focus on CAS as you design your cards/projects:
Our winner for this challenge will receive a $20 coupon to spend at the shop! Check out all the details HERE.
Wishing you a most fabulous December, filled with an abundance of joy and blessing!
Merry Christmas....looking forward to visiting you in the gallery!
Thank you for dropping by!
Perfect CAS design, Carol! The printed paper is beautiful!
Oh, this is just lovely!
Wonderful card, Carol. So happy for you that your goodies finished up their travels and made their way home to you. :) That printed paper is beautiful and I really like the CAS design of your card. :)
I love how crisp and clean this is, wonderful design and fab colours x
Beautiful...I love it! xx
So pretty and wonderfully CAS! I usually just make New Years cards for all those people that I did not have a Christmas card left over.... Lets see what happens this year...
The peekaboo window gave you plenty of room to stamp the big 'happy' and to put the wonderful snowflake paper in, Carol.
Beautifully CAS .... love the little window you've created xx
This is a great project, Carol. I love how you put a picture of a Christmas tree in a cut window. It looks stunning.
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