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Quick & Easy Christmas Cards Week Challenge with Wendy

Let's first congratulate the randomly selected winner of last week's Inspired by Fall challenge, Amanda Laboy:


This is exactly what I pictured in my mind's eye when I think of an inspired by fall layout! Way to go Amanda.

To finish this festive week, here is a card duo by Wendy McKee:

Chrsitmas Cards by Wendy McKee
Wendy says, "As Christmas is coming I wanted to make a start on my Christmas cards. The new Christmas line from Dear Lizzy was perfect for this! For the Noel card - I like to sometimes leave parts of my cards blank, especially with white as it makes a great contrast to the other colours and makes them pop. But then you are left with a lot of empty space... a little sewing can add some detail to this - a great and cheap way of adding interest! For the Happy Holidays card - there are some larger patterns in the Dear Lizzy Christmas collection...these are perfect for cutting up and using as embellishments on your pages or cards. The paper called Garland Greetings is a great example of this as you can see on the card. Just a few parts of the mistletoe creates a beautiful frame for the sentiment on this card. Looks really effective but really easy!"

Noel Card Supplies: Jolly Jingle Paper (35216) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Frosty Fir Paper (35198) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Joy (42170) -  Remarks Dimensional Stickers, Delight Black (43061) - Thickers


Comfort and Joy Card Supplies: Jolly Jingle Paper (35216) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Garland Greetings Paper (35199) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Poinsettia & Pine Paper (35201) - Dear Lizzy Christmas, Joy (42170) -  Remarks Dimensional Stickers, Snowy (43385) - MiniMarks

And now for your challenge:


1. The card must be posted to an online gallery or blog with American Crafts in your supply list.

2. You must leave a comment on this blog post with a link to your layout online. You also must fill in your email address when posting your comment on this blog post so I can notify you if you've won.

3. Projects and links must be posted by midnight PST on Thursday, December 9th, 2010.

4. The winner will receive an entire current line of their choice.

Get a head start on your Christmas cards this year and pick one of the fabulous quick & easy cards featured this week to duplicate! Happy holidays!

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