Cheerful Christmas Black White & Red Circle

This is for the “Basic Black, Whisper White (or Very Vanilla) and Real Red” August 2014 Creative Crew challenge.

I used the Circle Card Thinlits Die to make a Circle Flip card with Whisper White card stock. The scallop border punch was used with Basic Black to create edges for the card. An image from Christmas Cheer [available in the upcoming Holiday Catalogue] was stamped in Real Red, cut with the scallop circle die from the Circle Card Thinlits set and layered onto a Basic Black Circle and then onto the card. The Real Red embellishment was a left over piece from a Banner Framelits die cut and is used to point to the sentiment.

Cheerful Christmas Black White Red Circle

Why not join in and see what you can do with this challenge.


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