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a wonderful Christmas

Hi!  Our Lego Robotics team participated in the state championship yesterday and they did so well!  Out of over 200 teams that participated in qualifiers, 56 teams were invited to the championships.  Out of the 56 teams that participated, our team placed 4th for robot performance and won a 2nd place Lego trophy for innovative solution.  I was so shocked!  Ha!  Not that I didn't have faith in our kids but the competition can be tough and we felt so lucky to have gotten so far.  I was even more impressed when the principal congratulated the kids and told them that was the best a team from their school had ever done at a Lego robotics state tournament.  Wow, what a proud moment!  The long day (waking up at 5:30 in the morning with the final awards done at 4 pm) was totally worth it!  Still feeling excited about it.  But I will finally share my card.  Hehe.

I made a card to be entered in the following challenges:  Paper Sundaes--Sundae Bar (color red and used die cuts), Wee Memories--Free for All, and Young Crafters Unite Challenge #4--use dies.

After Cheryl had posted her card using Sister Stamps Shimo-san, I wanted to use mine too!  I think I will make a bunch of these to give to the kids' Nihongo teachers.  I used Spellbinders rectangle die and the lattice rectangle that Cheryl gave me a little while ago.  Thanks!  I took this picture under our tree.  I actually wrapped some presents this morning!

The sentiment is from Wild Rose Studio.  I added some stickles to the snow on the ground and around the snowman.  Some liquid accents on his nose.  I also used a my black Prismacolor pencil and Copics for their hair.

Thanks for reading!


Cheryl said…
So cute! Love that stamp! Nice coloring! Good idea with the stickles for the snow. That looks neat. You're so fast with the Xmas presents. We just got our tree like now. Unfortunately our stand is a little small so back to the store went the hubby.
Such a cute xmas card Eva~ love the coloring.....
Lorraine said…
Beautiful coloring of that cute image and love the lattice rectangle! And're branching out on the challenges! CONGRATS to the Lego Robotics team! That's awesome and they must feel so proud! All the long hours were well worth it!
Lisa said…
This is adorable Eva!
RiNNE said…
Wowowow! Congrats on your trophy and winnings! All of your and their hard work paid off!! Amazing card! Love your coloring and the sparkly snow!
How adorabe! And big congrats too! Thanks for playing at Wee Memories this week!
That image is soo cute! And your coloring is fabulous =) Thank you so much for joining our Young Crafters Unite challenge!
Laurel said…
This is fabulous!
Thanks so much for playing at Wee Memories.

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