Thursday, July 5, 2018

Christmas in July

Howdy Crafters ~ It's ALMOST that time again for the Design Team Display of Creations on the Cutting Cafe Blog ~ Come on over & view the eye candy created by the Cutting Cafe Design Team - Christmas in July projects ~ that will be Posted on July 7th at the Blog!

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NEWSFLASH - Regina will be offering Discount Prices [maybe daily] through out July in celebration of Christmas in July - so be sure to check the Cafe daily or subscribe to the store to receive emails with the information! 

Regina challenged us to use any Animal Shaped card to create a Christmas Card - I selected the Elephant and here is what I created:  Loving me an Elephant!

Portrait Die Cutting Machine
Recollections Core Christmas Cardstock - I am using the Gingerbread
Sander for the Ear - Scotch Foam Tape Behind Ear
Bakers Twine
Scraps of red an white checkered cardstock for the toes on Elephant
Distress Ink for the Tail
Google Eye
Inside - Merry CHRISTmas stamp I ordered through Regina Easter
at the Cutting Cafe - Versafine Black Ink - I ordered through Regina Easter also

It would be an honor to share my card with:

July CHN #392  Weekly Christmas
July DLART Linky 1 per day- no stacking
July CHN Patterned Paper

July Word Art Wednesday AG with Sentiment #2


  1. I LOVE THIS GAIL, what a fantastic ideal my friend. love the embossing to...

  2. Cute cute cute and love his red and white feet. Thanks for sharing with CHN patterned paper challenge,

  3. Great card, I love elephants. This is just perfect! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge.

  4. What an adorable idea! I love it a TON! ;-)

  5. This is so cute...So glad you joined our Challenge at Word Art Wednesday. I hope you'll join us again soon. I want to leave you with the inspiration of God's Word in 2 Peter 3:9 which says, "The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance." Have a blessed week.

    JO ANN


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