Fa-la-la-la-la at Jingle Belles

i had every intention of avoiding a last minute creation for the jingle belles prompt, but time and energy have not been abundant enough; better late than never should be my motto.

bells

the current jingle belles prompt is to create cards that:

  • incorporate music
  • are inspired by a holiday song or
  • include a holiday song title

i started off with silver bells (the song was stuck in my head) but that looked kind of blah so i pieced the memory box bells together using different colours of mirri paper. i attached the vellum music piece to some light blue card stock and then to the mirri.

because of the reflective nature of the mirri, my camera kept appearing and of course then my battery had to be recharged so this is from my cell phone, taken on an angle so you won’t see it or me in there. this card looks much better in real life and now i have my dad’s christmas card done.

thanks for popping by.

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11 thoughts on “Fa-la-la-la-la at Jingle Belles

  1. Simply marvelous! Love the colors & the background looks fab with your inlay dies. I have this die so what a wonderful look to CASE. TFS

  2. what a lovely card! i love every single thing about it, especially those gorgeous bells! so pleased you could join our fa-la-la fun at JINGLE BELLES! :)

  3. I would never have known this photo was taken with your phone, Ms. Linda. Oooh, how lovely is that mirri paper. I think your challenge card is wonderful and certainly one that your dad will appreciate. Thanks for all your comments on my cards. Like you, I appreciate every one of them. Sorry to hear you’re not yourself lately. Hang in there, my friend.

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