Friday, February 22, 2019

Peace - CAS Christmas Challenge

Okay... I know I've already popped in once today!  I promise to leave you alone all weekend!!  I just had to share this little number with CAS Christmas Peace Challenge...


Even added my favorite shade of polish today-
of course it's gray!!  he hee
 

to create my 'olive branch'
and Poinsettia set
for the perfect Peace sentiment
 
That's it, my friends... I'm out - thanks for spending a bit of your week with me!  Have a wonderful weekend!  xx
 
=]  Michele
 

23 comments:

Mac Mable said...

So clever and so creative and fun....Love the shade of the nail polish too x

Trina P. said...

Cool and unique, Michele. The peace hand is so fun, especially with the gray polish. Great colour combo. Thank you for joining us at CAS Christmas. x

Cat Craig said...

That hand...amazing how you create with it. I would just be pulling my hair out. Fab card.

Bonnie said...

This is so clever, Michele! Love, love, love this hand with the polished fingernails! Love that dotty frame too! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at CAS Christmas!

Lisa Elton said...

There you go again, knocking my socks off with one of your brilliant creations! Love her cuff!!

Christine Alexander said...

OMG Michelle I love love love this card. Such a cool design and love the non traditional look. thanks for joining us at CAS Christmas :)

Unknown said...

Love this unique Christmas card, Michele!!! And the nail polish too :) ! Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs <3!

~amy~ said...

I adore this!

Jeanne said...

Fantastic card, Michele. LOVE how you painted the nails. Every detail is so well thought out! I adore what you created here. Personally, I don't think you should feel the need to apologize for sharing your fantastic cards with us! I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Hugs!

Bobby said...

Jaw dropping, Michele.

lostinpaper said...

Seriously wonderful Michele, it's the grey polish that truly won me over lol.

Linda Callahan said...

Oh it’s all in the details with you my friend! Nail polish! Love it!

Happy Dance said...

Oh pooh. Just keep 'em coming Michele. I for one enjoy visiting your blog and seeing what you've made! Love that fluffy cuff she's wearing, and yes, I did notice her polka dotted sleeve! This is just so clever - from the sentiment to the leaves, and from the polish to the frame. I love it all. Do tell though...who makes that frame? It's fabulous, and I'm pretty sure it's calling my name, lol!!!! xo Bev

Papercraft Boutique said...

You always amaze me with your creativity, Michele! I would have never thought of using that hand die like this. Fantastic dimension! Love the nail polish and the fluffy yarn cuff.
Hideko

Patti said...

This is so super pretty! I love the trim on her sleeve! : ) Your cards always delight me.

Brenda said...

What a great card Michele, you are getting a lot of use out those those hands dies! Loving the grey polish too. lol I really do, love black polish too. Ok, I admit, I just love nail polish! Seriously, I so love this! Hugs, Brenda

Barb Ghig said...

You are so clever, Michele! I'm really diggin' the gray nail polish, and that you created a peace sign with your die for your focal point...very cool! Love how you colored those gorgeous leaves, too...Stunning work, my friend!

Nance said...

Love this Michelle! Very creative and colorful with all the green! So glad you played with us at CAS Christmas this month!

Loll said...

Fun design Michele! What a creative way to add "peace" to your Christmas card. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas! xx

Birgit said...

I love this Michele! Those hands are so fun!! Love the nail polish and pretty green fringe. Pure genius!!

Julie Ebersole said...

Perfection!!!

Sharron said...

I could never tire of your creative designs using that amazing hand! This is really over the top with the gray nail polish and fancy cuff. You even used that very cool die for the frame. An A+++ today my friend!

Anita in France said...

Apart from this card being beautifully designed and impeccably executed, Michele, it's downright fun ... the detailing with the nail polish and fluffy cuff is just brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)