Saturday, December 26, 2015

CASology Challenge #178 - Merry


Hi there, blog friends! Another quick post with a card I created for this week's challenge at CASology! Here is my card:




I used some brand new dies on this card...Merry is from Mama Elephant, and the holly is from Paper Smooches. 

I was happy with how my card turned out, and decided to get a head start for next year :) and create a 2nd card...this time I used red foil cardstock for the word, and Lawn Fawn Hats off to you Santa hat ~


And, that's it for me! I hope everyone is having a really fun holiday with family and friends! Thanks so much for stopping by,









19 comments:

Aileen (mum) said...

Both of these cards are really pretty. Love the look and what a nice easy design to use for bulk cards.

Greta said...

Both cards are so fun, Barb! Hope you had a lovely Christmas!

hazelspaperdesigns said...

Hats off to YOU, Barb!! These cards are fantastic! So CAS, so effective! So going to CASE this idea! And yes, I definitely need to make a head start on next year's cards too! So thrilled you could join us at CASology this fortnight, and hope that your festive season has been full of love and laughter!

Hannelie said...

Merry indeed Barb ! I love everything abou both cards! The Santa's hat and holly leaves are the perfect touches!
Thanks for playing at Casology!

Ardyth said...

Love that loopy merry - it actually feels merry! Good for you for getting a headstart on 2016! Thanks for joining us at CASology!

TaeEun said...

So Pretty!!! Love both designs! The merry die looks so cute and the little images you added are the perfect touch! Wishing you all the best for the new year!

I Card Everyone said...

OH what fun that red foil cardstock is, Barb... darling design! Look at you, planning ahead!!! Good for you! Happy New Year, my friend!
=]

lostinpaper said...

Hope you had a lovely Christmas Barb, can't believe that you are getting started for next year... I feel like I'm behind already lol.

Anita in France said...

What happy cards, Barb (or should I say merry!) ... the little holly and hat are such fabulous touches atop that fab die cut! Hugs, Anita :)

Kay Miller said...

These are so festive and fun! I love how you added the little holly and the little santa hat! So cute! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and I wish you a very happy new year! ((Hugs))

Rosemary said...

fabulous take on the CASology cue word, barb!! happy new year!!

cm said...

How delightfully Merry your CAS-ilicious cards are, Barb! The little sprigs of holly on the first and Santa hat on the second are charming special touches. Way to go on getting a 'head start'...
Wishing you a wonderful New Year; may 2016 be filled with joy, blessings and love!
Hugs~c

Cat Craig said...

Hi Barb, I just returned home from my 3 weeks holiday journey and I am trying to catch up on blogs. I can so see this card is going to be cased all over the place. The icons hanging on the end of the merry are just cute as can be and a wonderful "flounce" at the end of that "y". I am absolutely crushing on this design!

Joyce said...

These are both so merry and fun. That bold and red merry is wonderful, and I like your little additions. Thanks so much for playing along at CASology this week.

Laura Norris said...

What fun cards, Barb! Both are great, but I like the santa hat a lot : ) Hope you had a very merry Christmas and wishing you a wonderful new year! One of my resolutions is to visit more of my blogging friends and post more often myself. Let's hope I can keep up. I always enjoy your cards, they are so inspiring!

Tracey McNeely said...

Two fabulous cards for the challenge Barb! I love thew way you put the Santa hat on the 'y'!Thank you for sharing with us at CASology for the two week challenge!

Virginia Lu said...

This is truly a MERRY post! Love the the use of red foil--so festive! I hope your New Year is off to a great start, Barb!

Janet a.k.a. swanlady21 said...

Love the Santa hat! Thanks for all the lovely comments you leave on my posts. May 2016 be the most wonderful year.

Deepti said...

Love these! simple yet so striking :)