Thursday, September 16, 2021


Hi friends!  Welcome to my post for Color Hues Challenge #26!  This time we are challenging you to use Purple & Pink for your card or project.

I created a card using Catherine's newest This Christmas collection.  In this collection she released some new dies that make notecard sized cards.  I think this size is so cute and perfect for mass producing Christmas cards.  The size is 3 1/2" x 5".  She released a die to make your own envelopes too.  

I used the ornaments in the Nostalgic Season stamp set.  I stamped and die cut them using pink & purple inks, did some background stenciling with her new Gradient Diamonds stencil.  The sentiment is from an oder set called Jolly Trees.  

Here's a handy dandy guide for cutting your card stock to fit into her Notecard Envelope Dies.

Thank you for visiting and have a great day!


A list of supplies I used can be found below, just click on the picture below to be taken to where you can get the product.  

I do use some affiliate links when I can, this means I will get a small commission if you choose to purchase the product using my link-this is at no cost to you!  I really appreciate your love and support!


  1. Beautiful! Your card does have a bit of a nostalgic feel to it. And thanks for linking it up at Addicted to Stamps and More!

  2. It's a great card! Not once did Christmas come to mind when I saw this color challenge--but of course, it's just perfect!

  3. I wouldn't have thought of this combo on kraft or in relation to Christmas but it really works! :)

  4. As Lindsey said this card does have a nostalgic feel, I think it is also the shape of the ornaments. Reminds me of my tree when I was little. We had lots of long ornaments like the one on the left! Great color choice too! Have a great day!

  5. Another fabulous Christmas card Kristie, I do love pink and purple at Christmas, non traditional, but so pretty! Hugs, Brenda

  6. Such a pretty little notecard! Small size; mega impact! Thrilled that you linked up to HLS, too!


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