Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Greetings of the Season
Hello there! Today's card is my goddess card for Stampin' Royalty. This week's challenge is a sketch challenge, so take a look at the sketch, create something fabulous and head on over to Stampin' Royalty to link up your creation!
Great sketch, right! Since the Holiday season is here, I need to get my Christmas cards going.
The Candlelight Christmas SDSP has a beautiful classy color scheme. Real red, lucky limeade, early espresso and very vanilla are just perfect for Christmas.
I love the our new framelits, you can put your shape over any pattern and cut out exactly what you wish. The smaller window frames framelit was centered over a snowflake and cut out and layered on a larger framelit that was embossed with the vintage wallpaper embossing folder. A great dotted scallop ribbon border punch in real red accents my stripe DSP.
This cutie little Christmas tree was inspired by the fabulous Connie Babbert, she has an instruction sheet that you can print out and use to get this tree fold. I punched a circle with my 1 3/4 circle punch, cut it in half and folded it to achieve this look. A 3/8 designer printed brad in lucky limeade tops off my tree. My real red circle was embossed with the woodgrain embossing folder for added design.
This wonderful saying is included on the Greetings of the Season stamp set, it was stamped in real red on very vanilla, the end was flag cut. Some real red stitched ribbon was looped and gathered with lucky limeade bakers twine and two jingle bells from my retired stash were tied on. Other than then the two bells, this would be a great mailable card, just enough detail that added items would not be needed.
Remember that the Online Extravaganza is going on now, you can shop now at my ONLINE STORE to get some great supplies for the Holiday card making season. Any order with me will be entered in my November drawing, for a great Tag Bundle.
Here are some cutie pictures of Tate and Paisley, I cannot believe how much she has grown in the short time that we have had her, she is fitting into the Conner Farm very well, and is so sweet. Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!
Stamps: Greetings of the Season
Paper: Candlelight Christmas SDSP, real red, early espresso, and very vanilla card stock
Ink: Real Red
Tools: Big Shot, window frames framelits, vintage wallpaper & woodgrain embossing folders, circle punches, designer printed brads, dotted scallop ribbon border punch, real red stitched ribbon, lucky limeade bakers twine, jingle bells