Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Warm Holiday Wishes...Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge #283~Holiday


Welcome to Addicted to More Challenge #283~Holiday.

Sharing some pine cones (I love pine cones!), berries and pine boughs with you today, along with warm holiday wishes. The 'first' Christmas card of the year....yayyyyy!

Please visit my wonderful team to see their holiday inspired cards, then join us in the gallery with your versions! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Thank you for dropping by!


Aileen said...

beautiful card Carol. Love the pine cones and berries.

Inkyfingers said...

I love your artful arrangement of the boughs, berries and cones Carol - so festive, and a perfect backdrop for the sentiment.
Carol x

Julie B said...

Love the mix of foliage and cones with the kraft panel greeting Carol. :)

Monika Reeck said...

Miss c
I love the look of the background you made
and I love the added of the craft paper as sentiment there
sweet holiday card Miss C
Love this!
See you around teamie

Jeanne said...

So pretty, Carol! Lovely stamping on the background in a wonderful mix of colors. The framed sentiment looks warm and cozy in brown. Lovely work! :0 Hugs!

Bobby said...

You've created a wonderful stamped holiday panel, Carol. The berries pop and the pinecones add a subtleness that goes perfect with the greens. Yay for your first Christmas card of the year.

Ina G said...

Simply beautiful Carol. Perfect colour combinations and so very Christmasy. Love it!

Barb Ghig said...

Gorgeous Christmas card, Carol! I love how you stamped all those pretty pine boughs, cones and berries, and your sentiment is perfect!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Great stamp background love those colors

Gwendolyn said...

Well done for starting your Christmas cards already, I'll be starting mine too...in 9 months! LoL! Great composition of pines and cones. Have a great week! Hugs, Gwendolyn

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

Oh, Carol, how wonderful it is!!! Love the stamped background, cheerful and festive, and the colors, really warm and Christmas-y.