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Friday, December 3, 2010

Speedy's Friends Challenge #32

Hi there! I'm back!!!
Well it is time for another fantastic challenge from Speedy's Friends!! This week Joanne has ask us to make a card or project using the colors RED and Green. Perfect colors for making some more of our holiday card!

The products used in my card:
A walk in the woods by Marks Finest Papers
Memento ink
Basic Grey
CS and ribbon is MFP.

Hope you can join us and Remember, for every 50 entries we get there is a winner of a stamp set from MFP!! If you use MFP stamps, you are entered twice and you can enter more than once.

Have a good one and thanks for stopping by.


Olga said...

I just may enter this challenge this week, I think I have time LOL. Your card is gorgeous, love the tree and of course your bow is perfect!

Patti said...

So pretty Geri! It's the perfect Christmas card... a classic!

Payne Holler Cards said...

smilin here because one of the cards I'm doing for my Christmas cards is this layout...great minds (-: LOL
this is so pretty - elegant without fussy

Lynn McAuley said...

Love this gorgeous Christmas card, Geri!! Love the tree paper background for this perfect fir!

Becky said...

Beautiful card Geri, love the border

Virgo5 said...

WOW! This is gorgeous!

Janeen said...

oooo, I loved this card when I saw it on MFP...didn't look at who made it though. Good to see you again. I love your profile pic. You look so happy it always makes me smile. Thanks for your comment on my cardinals.

Joanne (jojot) said...

a gorgeous use of that fab tree...love the color you stamped it with....lovely.....and the layout really brings the focus to the main image

Our Little Inspirations said...

I really like the rounded corners with that gorgeous lacy mat and the dp looks so pretty with that gorgeous tree image! Beautiful!

Sue W said...

Fabulous traditional card Geri...........your gorgeous bow just sets it off perfectly.

Marthamh2 said...

I just visited Selma's blog where she made a luminary. She directed us to visit your blog for the original idea. Could you let me know what size you cut the paper and the other directions needed to complete the project.


Vicki Dutcher said...

LOVE this tree and your coloring of it!!