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Time for the Festive Friday Challenge. I have exciting news!  The Challenge team has grown and we now have 9 members on the team. Please be sure to go and check out the Festive Friday blog and meet all the new team members!  


Yes, I used the Wreath Builder dies again!  This time in two different kinds of vellum.  One is the Plush Poinsettia Specialty DSP and the other is Vellum cardstock.  The pattern on the vellum is flocked so not only is it pretty to look at, it is soft too.


The Festive Friday Challenge is super fun and easy to play along with. We have an Inspo List which features items that are inspired by the festivity.  All you need to do is pick 3 elements from the Inspo List to feature on your card and post it to the Festive Friday gallery.  Here is a little more information about the challenge and the Inspo List.


Can you see what elements I used for my card?  I sure hope you can.  I picked red, black, loyalty/love sentiment and embossing.  



Product List

Black Stampin' Emboss Powder
Black Stampin' Emboss Powder

Thank you for stopping by!  I hope you will enter  Festive Friday Challenge #FF0065!

For more inspiration, be sure to visit the rest of the  Festive Friday Challenge  Design team:

Ann Schach   

Beth McCullough

Sharon Hashimoto Burkert- you are here

Melanie Hungerford

Helen Jennings

Stephanie Lanzalotto

Melva Peters

Judy Rozema




Stephanie Lanzalotto

This is gorgeous, Sharon. I love that vellum and it is so perfect for your beautiful wreath. Love the detail of the rhinestones beautiful ribbon. Thank you for welcoming me to the team. I am very excited about my new gig here at Festive Friday! I'm looking forward to designing with and getting to know everyone in this wonderful creative group.

Ann Schach

What a stunning card, Sharon! Clean and fabulous! A WOW card for sure!

Sharon Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Stephanie! I am excited that you are a part of the team!

Sharon Hashimoto Burkert

Thank you Ann!

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