Thursday, January 01, 2015

Happy New Year!


Since today's Create with Connie and Mary Color Challenge fell on New Year's Day, I thought it only appropriate to create a card for you to honor the occasion! The colors may not be the typical colors for the New Year's holiday, but I think it works!

Stamps: Alphabet Rotary
Ink: Jet Black stazon
Paper: Real Red, Calypso Coral. Basic Black, Red Glimmer
Accessories: Confetti Star Punch, Moustache framelit, Feather Framelits, Basic Black Baker's Twine, Fancy Fan embossing folder, Chalk Talk Framelits, Hello You thinlit, 2-way glue, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

Be sure to check out Create with Connie and Mary and see all 
of the designer creations and play along with us! 

Have a Safe & Stampy New Year!


Add Ink and Stamp said...

LOVE your card! What a creative way to use the mustache frame lit! And I love the addition of the glitter feathers not to mention all the other fun details. Happy New Year to your! Hope it is wonderful.

Christy Lynn said...

How'd you do the eyes in the mask? I've never seen the mustache Framelit used that way, I love it!!!

Melissa Davies said...

Christy, It's the little oval tag hole from the Chalk Talk framelits!

Lisa Martz said...

Love the Mardi Gras theme to your card! This would make a great New Year's party invitation! Super fun! Happy New Year!

Nicole Tugrul said...

What a fun New Year's card!! You are just too clever with your use of the mustache die!!

Patricia Roth said...

What an original and cute card! Thanks for the the inspiration in 2014! Happy New Year!

Deb said...

Love how you used the mustache framelit! Love the sparkling feathers, too! Very fun card!

Connie Babbert said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this card! So great for New Year's! Great use of the mustache and feathers!

Margaret Raburn said...

Wow, what a fun and festive card!! I LOVE those glittered feathers and the mask from the mustache framelit! So clever!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Great card Melissa - I love the mask and the combination of die cut and rotary sentiment - a keeper!