Saturday, October 29, 2016

Muse - Merry Everything

Hello Everyone!

Time to play cards at Muse Challenge 189. This week Lucille K, our hostess, provided a fun card for our inspirations. When I saw the Muse card, I thought of a Christmas card ... so that is what I created. From Lucille's card I chose to use pink circle element, layout, split sentiment (the first word stamped in a little arch following the shape of the circle and the second stamped horizontally), designer paper. The reason I chose the inlaid tree was to match the trees in the DP ... oh, yes, there are trees on the DP ... after assembling the card I realized the trees had been partially cut off and covered up ... oh, well!!!

Hope you're having a wonderful day.


Thank you for visiting and commenting ... always appreciate your feedback.

Card Stock - Recollections; MFT
DP - Recollections
Dies - MFT
Stamp - MFT
Ink - MFT


  1. Oh! Such a beautiful CAS card!
    Great take on Lucille's card!

  2. I love this Christmas card. These non-traditional colors are gorgeous, and that inlaid tree is fantastic. Your 'Merry' mimics Lucille's curvy sentiment perfectly. Such a fun card, Martha. Just love it! Bev

  3. Oh Marilyn, your card is a wonderful take on my donut card. I love the non-traditional Christmas colors :)

  4. Oh, clever! What a smart idea to use the pink circle with the cut out. Really genius. So glad you joined us at MCV this week!

  5. Love this nontraditional color palette for a Christmas card. Marilyn! Terrific card.

  6. Like the others, I love your choice of non-traditional Christmas colours for your card; great interpretation of Lucille's muse card.

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