Christmas in July


Well it’s hard to believe this year is half way over! Summer is flying by and before we know it – it will be December! Ok I’ll stop rushing things…but in FL you dream of cool days free of humidity and afternoon thunderstorms that make bad hair days a daily occurrence! Winter is the one season {if you can even call it that here} that has beautiful weather without humidity!


Well Embellish Magazine’s latest challenge is for an Invitation design…and every year I throw a huge holiday party…so why not get started on the invites now! I used Wplus9 Design’s “Mehndi Medallions” fabulous set to create a holiday themed invitation. The colors could definitely work for the holidays so I went with it! What do you think? I might have to invest in some more gold glitter…I just love glitter! Have I mentioned that? 🙂 Make sure you play along and check out the other wonderful invitations over at Embellish Magazine! See you there!

Supplies:
Stamps: Wplus9 Mehndi Medallions
CS: PTI Ripe Avocado
Ink: SU Real Red, Versa Mark
Misc: Gold Glitter, Old Gold Ribbon (sorry I don’t have the name…it was a scrap!)

5 thoughts on “Christmas in July

  1. Elise says:

    Hey, darlin'! THIS is completely BEYOND elegance! I LOVE your glittery celebration of this fantastic stamp set, perfectly combined with these gorgeous colors! AND, I love that you are inspired for CHRISTMAS {ALREADY!} But this sure works! Wonderful!!!!!

  2. Karen says:

    Love Dawn's medallions!! Thanks for showing them off Christmas-color-style. They make for an elegant Christmas design! Hope your week is going great!

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