Thursday, November 21, 2013

Christmas Sparkle

 
Hello there!  This is my very first Christmas card of the season, and thanks to the fabulous sketch this week at the Pals Paper Arts it was easy breezy card to make.  Take a look at the sketch that Margaret Moody created for us, grab your provisions and head on over to the PALS to link it up.
 

My favorite part of this card are the chevron arrows that were punched in the champagne glimmer paper.  I used the hexagon punch to make them but you can also use the chevron border punch and use the punched out pieces.  Cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon makes the best bows around.


Season of Style DSP features classic Christmas colors with a bit of baked brown sugar and crumb cake thrown in, sounds good doesn't it!


I love this sentiment that came in the November Paper Pumpkin, the font is fabulous!


This is a 5x5 card, which is fine since I have my handy dandy envelope punch board to make a special envelope for it.  Flat and easy to mail, but still very festive with the glimmer paper.

Don't forget about the Holiday sale, you can check out the savings here at my ONLINE STORE, but hurry, the sale goes only until December 2nd.

Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!

Stamps:  November Paper Pumpkin
Paper:  Season of Style DSP, champagne glimmer paper, crumb cake and baked brown sugar card stocks
Ink:  Cherry cobbler
Tools:  Hexagon punch, cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon, basic rhinestones

4 comments:

mary fish said...

what a clever use of the sketch. love the glimmery chevron!

paper hugs,
m

Linda Callahan said...

Perfect for Christmas! Love the chevrons!

mamichelle said...

Pretty card! Thank you for sharing the tip on the hexagon punch. I don't have the chevron yet and was hoping to make some for the next sketch!

Patti MacLeith said...

So cute with those chevrons and once again your beautiful stitches!

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