July 20, 2015

Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge #167

We have a new challenge for you today over at Merry Monday Christmas Card Challenge. It’s Bonnie's Challenge this week – Create a Christmas card with a heart(s) on it. 

I think this card was made in record time, I could not resist this adorable wintery scene all laid out on the designer paper just waiting for me to create with it. I pulled out my stitched rectangles (shocker :)) and created a couple of layers, I added some foam tape in between and finished with some white twine.

You have to look close to see the itty bitty tiny heart that the little rabbit is holding :).

Supplies: White card stock, Designer Paper - Lawn Fawn, Papertrey Ink - Signature Christmas, die cutes,  twine.

The Merry Monday Design team has posted some lovely cards over on the challenge blog for inspiration. Stop by, play along and some comments.

Thanks for visiting,


  1. Simple but with great impact - love your sweet scene, Nina, and the stitched rectangles framed it perfectly!!

  2. Oh it's perfect! I love quick it came together too - bonus!

    Deanne :)

  3. Adorable paper and a gorgeous card! Love those wee bunnies - and I'm partial to my stitched rectangle dies too:)

  4. This is such an adorable scene, Nina! Love that the tiny bunny is holding the heart! Great colors and love the stitched mats!

  5. Nina, I just love the colors of your card and those darling images!! Hope you have a wonderful week!

  6. Such a fabulous card, Nina! Love this paper and the scene on it! The bunny with the little heart is SO cute!! Hope your having a great week! :)

  7. Way to go making this darling card with your DSP as the star, Nina! I'm bookmarking this as I have a ton of CCs to make and quite a lot of Christmassy DSP ... easy to do, easy to mail!! Whoop! Thank you for the inspiration! Enjoy the weekend!! Hugs, Darnell

  8. Hello Nina: I just adore this little snow scene, specially the teeny, tiny, little heart that the bunny is holding, what a sweet, sweet card.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Maria Rodriguez