Monday, July 19, 2010

Critter Sketch Challenge #23- Christmas in July

In the heat of the summer, what better way to cool off by thinking about winter and the holidays! This week's Critter Sketch challenge is a sketch challenge with CHRISTMAS IN JULY theme. I am using an image from July's Sponsor Robyn's Fetish.  I used some old Stampin Up Designer Series Paper. I made the three big brads using my i-Top Brad Maker from Imagininsce.


Supplies Used:
Stamps: Robyn's Fetish Da Christmas Twee, PTI (Papertrey Ink) Sentiment
Ink: Copic Markers, Memento Tuxedo Black
Cardstock: SU Real Red, Garden Green, PTI Stampers Select White
Paper: SU Designer Series Paper; Real Red, Garden Green
Accessories: Red Felt from Thimble Creek, Bella Baubles, i-Top Brads and brad maker from imaginisce, PTI Medium Scallop Border Die, SU Small Oval, Wide Oval and Scallop Oval Punches, 5/8 Inch White Satin Ribbon from the Ribbon Retreat.

Be sure to visit these blogs of a few members of the Critter Sketch Design Team to see their delightful creations for this weeks challenge. I do hope that you are inspired to enter the challenge! I can't wait to see what you create.



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8 Comments:

Lisa Somerville said...

Lovely Christmas card, wonderful mix of color. The homemade brads look great!

Dora said...

Hi Heidi, this is beautiful, love your colouring, looks fantastic :)

Nancy said...

I love your card and such a nice job coloring that tree!

Basement Stamper said...

great layout, love the image with the brads and the little pearls.

Kathryn B said...

Such a beautiful little Christmas tree that you've colored so perfectly! Your colors rock along with your perfectly placed bling! Awesome Heidi!!!

Moira said...

Fun and Festive!!

marsha said...

Gorgeous! Love your colors and what a fabulous Christmas tree - the buttons and pearl dewdrops just add the finishing touch!

Hugs, Marsha

Jacquie said...

So cute, love the dp and all the little details.

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