Meanwhile, here's what we made this week:
Lauren says, "I made two very similar cards this week. Both feature three types of giftwrap: the snowman was fussy-cut from one pattern; (with a second layer of scarves, hats and carrot noses... since one nice thing about giftwrap is the repeating pattern!) the red snowflakes are a second variety and the white snowflakes are tissue paper which I fused to a piece of Xyron-ed cardstock so it would be sturdy enough to diecut into snowy hills. Sticker sentiments, a little machine stitching and a few Eyelet Outlet Snowflake Brads and Jewels finish off both designs."
Stephanie says, "Since I started card-making, a key element in choose wrapping paper is answering the question ... could I make a card with that (because at our house we pride ourselves in collecting things that have more than one purpose). When I saw these cute little framed critters, I knew this holiday wrapping paper made the cut. I mean seriously ... how cute is that fox with the figgy pudding and the reindeer in a sweater. I added a double wrap of twine and a Gina K. Designs Sentiment to finish the card on a kraft card base."
Remember, you have until 6pm EST on Wednesday the 15th to link-up your card for a chance to win this week's prize.