Friday, December 21, 2012

Just Us Girls #168

JUGS168

This week's inspiration picture is provided by Vicki.  With New Year's quickly approaching, it is a great opportunity to make a New Year's card :)

I used the colours of the clocks and went with the medallion theme and just substituted numbers on the medallions instead of creating clocks.  A few silver stars scattered around for some sparkle and a computer generated sentiment helped finish things off.  Figured you could use this as a center piece for a table or if you have a New Year's party, or you could take it with you to a party, or give it to a friend if you wanted to celebrate a special year coming up.

For some inspiration to get you going, just hop on over to the Just Us Girls blog, and check out what the Design Team has created.  Then put your creative genes to work and add your card/project to the challenge post on the JUGS blog for the chance to be selected as Chick of the Week.

Getting down to crunch time for Christmas and we are in good shape.  The kids and I will be decorating sugar cookies and gingerbread cookies so we can take them to the fire hall on Christmas Day and also share a few with out neighbours.

Have a fabulous weekend!!

 

What's In It?
Paper: Turquoise, Blue, Silver, Early Espresso
Accessories:  Star Punch (Marvy), Score Pal, Number Dies (PTI)

12 comments:

Dawn Easton said...

Love your rosettes!!! The blues are wonderful!!!

Enjoy the time baking with the kids. I'm going to miss that this year.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Mary Ann said...

Super cute!Merry Christmas...

Lynn said...

Absolutely incredible! I love the medallions...they are amazing!

Vicki Dutcher said...

FUN! Love the way you incorporated the numbers! Have a very Merry Christmas!! :)

Maureen said...

those are great colours for the New Year! It would be a great table decoration for New Year's Eve or Day! Merry Christmas to you all :)

Lisa Kind said...

What a great idea to use it as a centerpiece! This is so pretty and fun! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Maria Levine said...

What a fun beautiful card! Love your rosettes and the shape of your card! Lovely job.

Linda Callahan said...

OK this is just adorable! So sun! Merry Christmas!

Benzi said...

Aren't you clever? That would be great as a centerpiece.

Curt in Indy said...

New Year's cards tend to be a bit boring but this is spectacular! Great Job with this! Best, Curt PS Happy New Year!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Wow, talk about being inspired by the inspo pic! You did a fabulous, festive job!

Betty Wright said...

Nailed IT! Awesome take on the inspiration piece, Marisa!