Did you get candy for Christmas? My cousin always sends a box of candy from the shop where my mom worked part-time as a teenager. A sentimental gift for sure. She always sends her gifts out early, and I'm always running late. Since the candy comes early in the month of December, this card doubles as a thank you and Christmas card. In keeping with the Christmas theme for challenges, I used green paper and think this fits the December holiday occasion category.
In my software program, I layered the jar on top of the thank you paper and printed it out with a white border. I adhered this to the gumball paper which I had printed out separately, and then placed the layers onto a green cardstock card. (I love that the card stock name is "gumball green"--a perfect backdrop for Kris' gumballs.)
Imagine That! digis by Kris: Jars of Cheer and Sweet Tooth Papers
Stampin' Up Gumball green paper
I'm entering the following challenges:
Imagine That! January Use Any It Digi
12 Months of Christmas Link Up: January This is card #1. I'm using one of their sponsor's products although that is not required.
Scrappy Moms Stamps Terrific Tuesdays Challenge: Sugar Rush (her stamps not required to enter; new challenge site for me)