This is for CPS 208:
and for 'It's a cool yule' on Jingle Belles:
I've used three patterned papers and three brads, so it's my first card for the March challenge on Christmas cards all year round. I think it also is OK for Irish teddies: recipe - 3 brads, tape and no flowers - I'm not sure about the 'tape' (google translation doesn't seem clear on this) - but I've interpreted it as 'ribbon' - hope that's OK.
Day 11 on 365 cards yesterday was 'repurposed' - find some paper in your stash that was intended for one holiday/season and give it a new life.
The main background paper is from the 'art deco ladies' Nancy Watt range, but I thought it combined well with the other papers - Nancy Watt decorative Christmas trees and a piece of English Paper Company paper behind the PM 3D stickers. The 'buttons' are brads. The 'art deco ladies' papers has stars on it, so I'm also linking for Die cut dreams Christmas 57: starlight, starbright.
This is also for:
Freshly brewed 38: 3 or more patterned papers
Iris' spot 14: buttons
Crafty creations 109: baby blue
CCEE 1110: monochromatic cards with the blues
Simply create 39: monochromatic
The crafty pad 111: use a ribbon
Paper pretties 144: ribbon
Creative card crew: no flowers
Wild orchid 18: anything goes
Papertake weekly: anything goes + option of something old - the papers
Aly's: anything goes
Card cupids: anything goes
Craft your passion 48: anything goes
Simon says: anything goes
And now I need to get back to making Easter cards and eventually other cards to fill the gaps ready for my Tearfund sales.