Sunday, January 18, 2015

Christmas Gumballs

Let's hear it for sweet treats!

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.)

Products Used:
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)


10 comments:

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

I love how bright this is! Super cute card! Thanks so much for joining us at Scrappy Moms for the Terrific Tuesday Challenge.

Stacey ~ Scrappy Moms DT Member

Suze said...

Thanks for joining in the challenge at The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up.

jane stillman said...

A very clever card - love the bright colours

Danie May said...

Wow what a sentimental gift and your card is truly sweet in every way Helene. I love the vintage candy jar combining with the bright colored gum balls and it's just perfect for a Christmas Greeting too so Merry and Bright! xx

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Lady Bug Stampers said...

Oh love your card. Love the papers you used and this wonderful image. Thanks for playing along with us at Imagine That Challenge this month.
Lynne. DT

Edwina said...

So pretty. I love Imagine That!'s images. You did a great job with this one. ♥ Edwina Brown
DT for The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up!
Edwina's Creations – My personal Blog!

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

What an interesting idea for a Christmas/Thank you card. It is nice that you and your cousin still share this tradition.

Thanks so much for entering your card into the Anything Goes IT challenge over at Imagine That! Digis by Kris AND into The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up. Good luck!

☺Lisa D.
DT Member for Imagine That! Digis by Kris!
Co-coordinator for The 12 Months of Christmas Link Up!
Décosse’s Dynamite Doodles--My Personal Blog!

Helen said...

A really great, fun card - love your design.

Thanks for joining us at Imagine That Digis.

Helen x

Edwina said...

Hi, It is me again. I love this cheerful card, so much so I get to comment twice on it. :) I like the Imagine That! jars. You have made it look so pretty. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Imagine That! Edwina Brown DT

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