Monday, December 1, 2014

W2SB Challenge #12: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry!

Hi, everyone. Bobbi here. 

Holiday traditions seem to revolve around food and drink.  Easter has eggs and lamb; the Fourth of July, hotdogs and hamburgers; Thanksgiving, turkey and dressing. The list goes on and on and on.

But December - oooh, the month of December is in a league of its own.  There are so many opportunities to indulge: office parties, book club luncheons, neighborhood potlucks, family dinners, and nights out on the town. There's a whole month of reasons to eat, drink, and be merry!

Your challenge is to create a card or project that represents this month-long season of eating, drinking, and merry making!

Our I-Team has some great inspiration for you.

First up is our October challenge winner, Shell. What a fabulous card -- cute paper, perfect ribbon and embellishments, and an adorable image! Looks like her little critter has had about all the celebrating he can take. Thanks so much, Shell, for joining us this month.


Annie, who was our hostess in November, always has a fun approach. This month is no exception! Can't help but smile at a Santa wearing shades.  :)


Penny's card is soooo festive! And, don't you just love her foreshadowing of the January dieting that is sure to come?


Sybrina's card serves up treats for Santa and Rudolph, while bringing back memories of her mom's homemade cookies.


And, as for my card, good friends and good wine make any season special!!


Our December Prize Package

In addition to joining us as a Guest I-Teamer in February, our winner will receive our W2SB badge and several My Favorite Things stamp sets. Can't think of a better way to ring in the new year than inking up some new stamps.  :)

Link your project to show how you Eat, Drink, and Make Merry!!


  1. Another fun challenge and excellent DT cards, ladies!! Thank you! Hugs, Darnell

  2. Thanks for another fun challenge, and congrats Sybrina on your new assignment at OWH! Woot!!

  3. Great cards by the DT! Hope I didn't stretch the challenge too far. The candy cane paper goes with "eat" & I think the "merry" is obvious with my cute puppy dog--LOL! Happy Holidays to all of you!