Happy Monday everyone. I hope you all had a good weekend. It was in the 70's here. I don't ever remember it being this warm in November. We went for a visit to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal on Saturday and Rich spotted a new bird. We also have seen some new birds in our backyard too. Rich posted about it last week on his backyard bird blog if you would like to read more about it. This beautiful weather we are having is suppose to change in a few days though so we are enjoying it while it lasts.
Today I wanted to share one more Hanukkah project with you. This time I decided to make something bright rather than using the traditional blue and white colors.This is what I came up with.
This base of the gift card holder was made out of Tempting Turquoise Cardstock using the My timeless Template Cash or Charge. The striped paper was from this digital paper pack. The main image is a digi from Pink Cat Studio that I printed out and colored with Copic Sketch markers. The yellow mat was cut from Harvest Gold Cardstock using one of the new Limitless Layers circle dies.
Inside I added the Happy Hanukkah Sentiment from the Mazel Tov set and a tiny magnet to keep it closed.
I still have a few more Hanukkah ideas but I think I may save them for next year because I am ready to start working on some Christmas/Winter things now. In the meantime I hope the rest of your week is a good one and as always thanks for stopping by.
7 hours ago
Terri this is DARLING! Love the colors you used.. and that PCS image is just to CUTE!!
Hope your having a GREAT day!
I like the bright colors on this. Cute image too! Those would be fun to make and hang on a tree. Thanks for this spark of creating!
Hi, Terri! This is just so sweet! I love the bright colors and adorable image.
Oh my word, that is the cutest digi image!!! Love it, and the bright colors you used with it. I didn't know your DH had a bird blog, will have to go visit!
That image is adorable and combined with those bold fun colors
this is indeed such a happy gift card holder!
Have a great week!
Wow this is gorgeous! I didn't know that you could use such bright colours with a Hanukkah project! The image is totally adorable!
I love the bright colors for Hanukkah too! This is a great little project, and those birdies are just too sweet!
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