Friday, July 26, 2013

Christmas in July

Christmas in July seems to more popular every year ,my husband wants to know who started this idea. So ,who was the first to bring about Christmas in July.

Tuesday Morning Sketches - challenge  208 - Sketch above
The Stamp Spot - Monthly challenge - Christmas in July
Crafting By Design -  Christmas in July
I Love ProMarkers - challenge  178 - Christmas in July - I did some  colour mixing of red and blue to get just the right shade of purple I wanted .


lalkygirl said...

What's fab card ,love the colours and stitching detail
Thanks for joining us at i love promarkers and good luck
Tracey x

Jessi Fogan said...

I don't know who originated it, but it's really caught on. I remember when I was little, a close family friend was away at Christmas and so we celebrated it in July to be with them....but the sales? That's new. I am loving the purple!
So glad you could come play with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches this week!

Debbie said...

Beautiful card!! Non tradition colors but they work so well!
Thanks for playing along this week with Tuesday Morning Sketches #208!

Angela said...

Really how you have stitched the chevrons, so clever! Thank you for playing along with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

Anonymous said...

oh I JUST LOVE the purple colour combination with the green, excellent!

Thanks so much for playing along at The Stamp Spot!

Janet O'Brien said...

sorry can't help you with who started the christmas in july idea but great way to start on those xmas cards! I love the colour combo chosen - purple and green SHOULD be seen! Thanks for playing along with The Stamp Spot 'christmas in july' challenge.

Lorraine said...

Great card. Thanks for taking part at I ♥ Promarkers this week.

Karen said...

Really lovely, thanks for joining us at I ♥ ProMarkers.


Sandra Azzopardi said...

Gorgeous card, Gail! Thanks for playing along with The Stamps Spot Christmas in July challenge!


Merry said...

Well, I too was curious about Christmas in July thinking for sure it had to be an Aussie invention due to the weather being cooler in July but Wikipedia says that it was more likely the US.

A pretty Christmas card Gail.