Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tuesday Morning Sketch #176


Two weeks until Christmas!!  I'm still making some Christmas cards though by now I should have been done and had them in the mail, but I'm just a little slow!

Time for Tuesday Morning Sketch #176.  This week is a judged challenge!  That means a chosen winner and a Top 5 (if we have enough that qualify).  To be eligible for the judged challenge, follow the sketch and do the twist.  This week our beautiful sketch is by Cheryl...



And the twist...non-traditional Christmas.   Our sponsor is Debbie, a Close to My Heart consultant.
Our very own wonderful Theresa provided us with CTMH stamps to play with!  Thanks, Theresa!!   I used the "Glory to God" set...


To me, black and white is very non-traditional for Christmas!!  I've mentioned a time or two (or a dozen times) that I'm very much a red/green Christmas kind of person, but I am pleased with this card!!
I embossed the image and some stars on the background

Be sure to check out my amazing fellow designers' creations for inspiration then play along for your chance to win!!
Angela
Bonnie  
Melissa
Lee - our December 'best of the best' guest designer

Thanks for stopping by!! 

18 comments:

Lisa said...

This is elegant and gorgeous, Debbie!! I love the embossed image!! The bow is beautiful!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Angela said...

So elegant, Debbie...love the black and white and that pretty shimmer!

Tanya/Nonna said...

Oh my...what a gorgeous card! I love the black and white combo and the beautiful stamps. Your card is very elegant and very peaceful...just lovely!

Asha said...

This is gorgeous, Debbie. This year, I find myself moving away from the red/green and your black/white combo is simply fab!

Teresa Arsenault said...

This is so very beautiful, Debbie, and I love your spectacular bow.
Blessing hugs,
Teresa

Kristine said...

Hi Debbie! What lovely Christmas cards (I ♥ that sketch!) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today!! Guess what I just did??! I took my photo greeting card (that I made on my computer) downtown to have them printed, they'll be done in about an hour! Woohoo! I didn't realize until I just read your blog that Christmas is only 2 weeks away---ACK! I haven't mailed out a single card! Need to make up a few more simple ones and what I don't get done, they'll get the photo cards. LOL!

Have a wonderful evening! *Ü*
~Kris Marie

Linda W. said...

The b/w theme makes it so beautiful! I love that bow - it's perfect! Wonderful artistic touch!

Laura said...

This is stunning Debbie! I would never have thought to do a black and white Christmas card, but this is so elegant, and I love that big beautiful bow!

Sherrie K. said...

Wow, this is beautiful! The embossing is so elegant looking-absolutely stunning!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Jessi Fogan said...

Black & white is DEFINITELY not traditional! Love that twist on such a classic and beautiful theme :)

Amy Johnson said...

Such a gorgeous card! I haven't even started addressing my cards yet. Hopefully today!

Karen Letchworth said...

Hi Debbie! You were one of this week's lucky winners at Word Art Wednesday. Can you please email me at karen-mycuprunnethover at gmail dot com so that I can get your mailing address and send you a winner's badge?
Thanks! And I hope you will link up with us again this week.
Blessings,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Karen Letchworth said...

woops! I'm sorry, it's karen dot mycuprunnethover - not dash.
Thanks!

Cheryl said...

I love black and white cards, and this one is beautiful! The sentiment stamp is very elegant, and is perfect for such a classy card.

Glenda Atkins said...

So very beautiful, love the black and white and the silhouette is perfect for a Christmas card.
hugs
glenda

Nita said...

Oh WOW! This is so beautiful and elegant. I LOVE the black and white. Super card! :)
Nita
www.niftynitanotes.blogspot.com

Marlou McAlees said...

absolutely beautiful Debbie :) xxx

Melissa Craig said...

Such an elegant card!

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