Saturday, October 21, 2017

Time Out #94 - take two!

Now, I ask you:  how can you not think Christmas when you look at this photo:


Home Sweet Home' photo challenge
 

No?  You don't see it?  I'm not even sure if the Time Out team will see it!  but here it is, for Time Out #94:



Thanks for sharing a few minutes of your Saturday with me!
=]  Michele

Supplies:  Waffle Flower: The Season - stamps and dies.  Ellentyna Cutting Dies: stars.

23 comments:

sandie said...

I am so pleased to see our photo is inspiring such awesome designs from you-love the mix of dies and what a cool label-rocking this challenge hon and we always love to see you at Time Out x

Joyce said...

Of course I see Christmas now! This is so very adorable. Even a punny sentiment to match. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.

Nora N. said...

Another amazing card using that photo as your inspiration!! I love the little tag and that sentiment!! Fabulous!!

Donna said...

Love your out of the box thinking, lovely lady.
Job well done. X

Lynn said...

You are awesome! This is such a fun card Michele. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

Lisa Elton said...

This is adorable Michele! That's a fun sentiment on your sweet little PPP tag!

TK said...

Absolutely adorable! And the way your brain puts things together NEVER ceases to amaze me -- you're positively amazing, Michele! Also SOOOO happy I can partake in a few of your latest creations!

Linda Langes said...

That's a fun Christmas card Michele.

lostinpaper said...

Now you are talking! A seahorse with a walking stick (wink)... I'm thinking candy cane lol. Love it Michele!!

Jeanne said...

Well of course that makes you think of Christmas then. What an fantastic take on the challenge. But then you really are awesome and creative and amazing! Thanks for sharing your creativity and cleverness!

Kristie Goulet said...

Very fun Christmas card, Michele!! xoxo

Linda Callahan said...

I love how your mind works girl! Fabulous card....perfect sentiment! I always knew the C in C-horse stood for Christmas!

Jean said...

So, so clever! What a delight.

Nancy Thomas said...

I bow to your imagination! Super fun and different Christmas card!

Bobby said...

I wouldn't have seen it until you showed me, Michele, but it makes sense, especially with that sentiment.

Papercraft Boutique said...

I LOve that little seahorse with a candy cane! I'm always amazed by how fun and creative you are, Michele! An Awesome card! xx Hideko

Anita in France said...

Have to admit to seeing a flash of Christmas when I first saw those sugary sea urchins, Michele (it's what first came to mind, not pumpkins!!), though the thought flashed out again just as quickly! You, however, have created something rather special here ... your glorious little scene with that sweet candy cane carrying little hippocampe is just adorable! Gotta love how he decorated his Christmas coral tree ... and that's such a perfect little sentiment for him! Genius, as ever, my friend! So happy you came over to play with us again at Time Out, thank you! Hugs, Anita :)

Cat Craig said...

It did remind me of a jar of ornaments. YOur card is perfectly fab.

Gerrina said...

Wow what a great shakercard! Love the crisp design and the orange really pops here beautiful! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!

Jenni's Jems said...

It took me a minute Ill admit but once I saw the sentiment I saw the 'sea-cret's that was hiding in the star.!! What an awesome and delightful card this is ...it just plain tickled my fancy Michele!:)x

Marybeth said...

I knew you would do just fine making this Christmas and I love every tiny detail! Thanking you for the beautiful card you sent, I can't remember If I thank you or not.

Barb Ghig said...

You are so clever, Michele...I LOVE this card! The star is such a fabulous focal point and your details are perfect...especially your sweet orange tag with the puny sentiment! You nailed it...again!!!

Nonni said...

Such a cute card! I love the die cut window and all the small details... Such a sweet little tag too! Wonderful work! Thanks for joining us at Time Out and I hope to see you playing along in our new challenge: Sympathy Cards with the Optional Twist of Distressing!