Saturday, December 31, 2011

Time to Celebrate

Good morning, I have had a nice little blogging break over Christmas while I celebrated the holiday with family and friends. Today is New Year's Eve and that means that it is time to Celebrate. What will you be doing?

I have had a chance to play a bit in my craft room with all of my new Tim Holtz Christmas goodies and I have created a card suitable for the New Year's celebrations to share with you today.

Thanks for stopping by today, I want to wish you all a Happy, Safe and Health New Year.
See you in 2012!

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Gram's Treasures said...

Lovely card with your Christmas goodies! Have fun on your shopping/hockey weekend.

Dorte said...

Lovely new year card, fab embossing folder.
Happy new year to you, Carissa.

Sandra H said...

This is a lovely new year card hope you have a fabulous new year too!:) Sandra H

martina's kaartjes said...

this is one lovely card ! great color !
wish you and your family a great, healthy and creative 2012,
greetings, martina

Cat's sCrap said...

Hi Carissa,

Happy New Year 2012! Health! Prosperity! Creativity!

Interesting card ! Original style. I like your choice of colours and your graphic effect. Bravo !

Thanks for joining us at Charisma Cardz this week.

Hugs from France.

Laney said...

Super Card!!
thanks for joining us at Charisma this time hope to see you next time too

Kat said...

Great New Year card Carissa. Love the colours. Thanks for joining us at TG this week.

Kat x

Deb said...

Fabulous New Year's card!
Many thanks for joining in the Cute Card Thursday Challenge this week, hope to see you lots more in 2012!
Happy New Year, Debxx

Anonymous said...

Another fabulous card hunny! loving the colours so warm and zesty!
Thanks for joining in with us at Pile it On Challenge this time, Come play again soon, hugs Samantha :0)

Digi Darla said...

Wow this one is great, fabulous card! love the colours so stunning... Great job!

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