Make a Mitten

Happy Thursday!  Yep….it’s time again for the Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge and this week…it’s a special one!  Why is it special…well, first it’s a sketch and we know you LOVE sketch challenges!  Second besides the sketch, it is to make a ‘shaped’ card!  And yep…there’s a third one…this one challenge will last for 2 WEEKS!!!  Why two weeks?  Because next Thursday is Thanksgiving and we are so thankful for our design team, we are giving them the week off.  So you have 2 weeks for this fun sketch!

My card is actually pretty easy.  The base of the card is Cherry Cobbler with the Oval Accents Clear Die.  The base is folded then I put a full one on the top so it looks complete.  I added the fun snowflake print from Be of Good Cheer and two Gumball Green/Very Vanilla dotted strips form the same pack.  Next is a Cherry Cobbler 1 3/4″ Scallop Circle with a 1 3/8″ Very Vanilla Circle on it this is added using dimensionals.  I stamped the double mitten in Gumball Green, then did the single mitten twice in Cherry Cobbler so I could punch things out and add to give more details..  These are added to the circle (the top one with a dimensional).  Finally Happy Christmas is stamped using Basic Black on Gumball Green, cut into a banner and added to the card front to finish it off.

Set(s): Make a Mitten, More Merry Messages
Paper: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Be of Good Cheer dsp
Ink: Basic Black Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green
Other: Oval Accents Clear Die, Apothecary Accents Framelits, 1 3/4″ Scallop Circle, 1 3/8″ Circle, Mitten Punch, Dimensionals


So make sure you check out what the other design team members have done (oh…and we are introducing two new team members) and before you get too busy with cooking for the holidays, join the challenge.



8 thoughts on “Make a Mitten”

  1. Lovely card, Mary. And so clever how you added a complete die cut over the folded card. I’m really looking forward to working with the DT for the next few months.

  2. Gorgeous card Mary! Love the mix of DSPs and the mittens are so cute (I’ve held off buying these mittens, but I’m being drawn to them!) Thanks for having me play along for the next couple of months!

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