Wednesday, December 2, 2015


Hi blog friends!  

This is the last challenge for the Rock Stars at The House until after the holidays! We're taking a break, but have no worries....we'll be back with some great new challenges in the new year.  

This week we're playing with colors and this is the challenge.  

These colors are fabulous together and you can have some great fun making Christmas cards or any other occasion card using them.  Their versatility together is endless.

I've got my RI Christmas stamps out and I'm having a blast....Repeat Impressions makes some of THE BEST Christmas stamps I've seen and they're by far my favorites of the Repeat Impressions collections.  

The stamps used are RI#4714-L "Snow Skating" and RI#424-G "Wishing You a Season". The background was created using a Memory Box stencil called "Tiny Snowflakes" and Faber-Castell Glass Bead Glitter Gel.  The "snow" is from some snow glitter by Martha Stewart.  The snowman and his base, was fussy cut in one piece and then popped up with dimensional tape.  Some sequins and a little gold string added for sparkle.  

There's incredible inspiration using this color combination on the Rock Stars blogs. Check them out.  
                                Deonna - Heather - Joy Karen - Kathy - Patti J

And don't forget to visit THE HOUSE and play along with our might just win yourself a $25.00 GC for Repeat Impressions Stamps.  

While I'll be breaking from my challenge blog posts for Repeat Impressions, I will have a Project of the Week for you on December 14, so stay tuned.  See you soon.

Thanks so much for stopping by.



Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Cheri, This is adorable- that bear is too cute!

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

I meant snowman, not bear!

Donna said...

Beautiful Cheri! Love the skating snowman. How fun!

Heather said...

So fun! This snowman is super cute and he looks like he is having so much fun.

Patti J said...

Oh my gosh, Cheri! This is just darling! Love this sweet snowman, and the color combo rocks! Great job, dear friend! Hugs...

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