I've been making Christmas cards today, nice ones, but not the 'each takes hours sort'. So to round the day off I made one in 'my' style, rather than cobbling them together from pre-printed images and old Christmas cards. (I hasten to say that I'm trying to make enough for a charity sale table, and if I stick only to my normal style I'll never make enough in time).
So, on with the show, and much to my surprise (must be that time of year) this fits many current challenges. Given I'm a bit time-poor at the moment, I'm going to rest my normal, 3 max rule, and have a challenge combo blow-out. I think I'm within the rules everywhere, but please forgive me (and feel free to disqualify me) if I've made a mistake.
A one-layer, classic Clarity card. One of their 'The Night before Christmas' stamps, surrounded by the Fairy Lights stencil to jazz it up a bit. The unusual colour combo is courtesy of Color Throwdown (curtsies), and I confess the 'Rust' has come out a little more brown than I intended.
Color Throwdown 366: Rust, Aqua, Gray
Shopping our Stash 225: No patterned paper
Addicted to Stamps and More 168: Holiday (Christmas)
One Layer Christmas Card Challenge 20: Twist = Stockings
Simon Says Wednesday: Anything Goes
Just Us Girls 317: One Layer Card
Allsorts 335: Christmas
52 CCT: Pick a previous theme (#10 Oct '12 - Fairy Lights, could maybe also be #16 - Santa Claus, also known as St Nicholas)
Clarity 33: Clean and Simple