Is it beginning to look like Christmas at your house?
It sure is here at Grateful Reflections. I have to say it's been nice to have Carl here as we have decorated our home together for our first Christmas as a married couple.
I've selected Whimsy Stamps Stained Glass Christmas Tree for the featured card for today.
After sizing to fit an A2 sized card base, I've printed the image on Neenah 110# cardstock and colored it using my Copic markers. I die cut the Hunter Green frame using the Spellbinder Deco Rectangles die which framed the tree nicely.
The sentiment was one I'd stamped earlier and I used a fishtail banner die to cut it. Next I secured the image to the card front, then added the frame, and then the sentiment. Once everything was lined up, I completed the card with a gold organza knotted ribbon at the fold line.
Another one added to my stash, ready to mail.
Thank you for stopping by today to view my blog. I enjoy sharing my work with you and invite you to “Follow” my blog and to visit my site ~ “Not Just Scraps” on Facebook ~ where you can purchase my cards.
I’ll be entering this card in the following challenges:
Stamping Sensation ~ December ~ Christmas
Crafty Calendar ~ December ~ Christmas
Sweet Stamping ~ Anything Christmas
Winter Wonderland ~ End of Year ~ Christmas
Merry Little Christmas Challenge ~ #14 ~ December
Build Your Stash Holiday Cardmakers
Wow, love this card, the colouring is wonderful. Thanks for joining Stamping Sensations. AneshaReplyDelete
Hi Pam, back again with my Crafty Calendar Challenge DT hat on admiring your very elegant card! Love the image and your colour choices are just fab!ReplyDelete
A beautiful stamp, fabulous design and such a lovely colour choice. Thank you for playing along at Sweet Stampin'ReplyDelete
What a super effect from that stained glass stamp, many thanks for sharing and joining us at Stamping Sensations challenge.ReplyDelete
What a stunning card. Thanks for sharing with us at Sweet Stampin' Challenge.ReplyDelete