I've been saving this one to spring on you when you least expect it. Surprise! It's Christmas in Green and Red on White or Cream. Here's mine:
My card is uber-clean, but not so easy...placement is critical here. Even a little off or crooked or smoodged (that's a word), and the card is ruined. That's why I used my gridded acrylic block. Notice how I used the rule of thirds here in two ways: 1) the line of stamping is on the bottom third line (well, close enough), and 2) the flourished C of the sentiment is centered over the point of the second third of that line, right on the sweet spot. Sweet, yes, and LOADED with white space!
1. A one-layer card is defined as a single layer of cardstock folded in half. No other layers allowed.
2. Make a Christmas (or Season's Greetings, if you prefer) card, but you must use green and red on white or cream. Feel free to be creative with the shades of green and red...you don't have to stay traditional. You can also use natural-style cardstock, watercolor paper, or textured paper as long as it's white or cream. Keep embellishments to a minimum. Extra points if you do like I did and use an image that isn't specifically holiday!
3. Upload your card somewhere on the internet and link to it using the InLinks button in the sidebar of Simplicity.
4. Most important of all, HAVE FUN!!!!
stamps: Papertrey Faux Ribbon, Silent Night
ink: cherry cobbler, wasabi
paper: PTI white
accessories: gridded acrylic block