Purple Passion/Christmas Card

Happy hump day!  I saw a commercial the other day about Wednesdays and it cracked me up so bad, I just HAVE to share it with you!!

I don’t quite know why, but I giggle every time I see this!  So…happy hump day!  Now, on with the show!

It’s time for my weekly column on my very favorite color, PURPLE, over at Mark’s Finest Papers  and I decided to be just a tad lazy this week and incorporate one of my weekly Christmas cards in the mix.  I started a weekly series back in January called Christmas Card Catch-Up, to try to spread out my Christmas cards over the year, and not have to make them all at once.  You can learn more about it HERE if you’re interested!

Here’s what I came up with…

I used a purple and a purple/grey cardstock, along with a few other non-traditional Christmas colors, to come up with this sweet holiday card.  It started out as a cut file from the Silhouette store that was supposed to include a photo on the card, but I decided it was a perfect place for a stamp instead.  I used one of MFP’s retired winter stamp sets.  I just love the wintery feel of the cute little church.  I used black Memento ink to stamp the image onto a very light purple/grey cardstock and then used a white Gelly Roll pen to highlight the snow in the trees and top of the building.

Yay…one more Christmas card down for the year…although I still have about 30 to go!!

Happy Scrapping!
~Amy E

Amy England

Creator of the Scrap This Save That blog and Youtube channel and curator of a ridiculous amount of paper crafting supplies!

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3 Comments

  1. Mary Ann says:

    Very pretty,Great colors!!!

  2. DIANA L. says:

    This is so pretty Amy I love it.
    Happy hum day!! ha ha
    DIANA L.
    dianamlarson.blogspot.com

  3. Unknown says:

    I crack up just THINKING about that commercial! The voice they gave the camel is perfect as well as the things they have him say – of course, what else would a camel in an office on a Wednesday say?!!
    Laura

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