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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Let It Snow in the 12 Months of Christmas Cards LInk Up

The snow may be melting, but there are still signs of winter. Who am I kidding? I've seen it snow here in Chicago as late as May!! But according to the calendar, soon Spring will be upon us. At the 12 Months of Christmas Cards blog, let's pretend we're all from Chicago and include a little snow on our cards. In other words, if you create your Christmas card with the optional twist of a project featuring SNOW, you'll have a chance to win this month's sponsored prize of a $10.00 gift certificate from Scribbles Designs

So if you "Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow" all over your cards, make sure you add "FT" after your name in the link-up so that we include you in the draw for the special prize.
Here's a little inspiration using the image called "Snow Kisses" from our sponsor, Scribbles Designs:

Along with the sponsor's (very cute) image, I used a digital patterned paper called "Snowflakes 3" patterned paper from the Snow Much Fun Collection, a January Kit of the Month from 2015 from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles.
As you can see, I Let It Snow all over my card in the form of felt border, brads and a Christmas greeting sticker. I found the sentiment, a Stampin Up leftover, in my stash.
Remember, you don't need to follow the theme to link up your cards and earn a free paper each month, as well as have your name thrown into the year-end draw for some extra digital goodies. That free paper is designed by Lisa of Decosse's Dynamite DoodlesCards can be anything goes for this prize; they only have to follow the theme if you want a chance at the sponsor's prize.  The mini set of six digital papers called Snowfest, will also be offered up as a prize to one random winner.
What are you waiting for? Get going on your Christmas card stash, and play for free paper and possible prizes. It's a win-win situation!! LOL
Other Challenges I am Entering:
The Corrosive Challenge blog - Our Animal Friends (my penguin friend)

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