Monday, November 12, 2012

Baking up some Christmas Cheer

Hey Everyone! I have been really busy this past week and half with some new found responsibilities, but I will share those things with you later in the week. OK? Today I have a card to share with you that I have made for a guest designer spot on the blog Pink Paper Bakery. I received a wonderful email from a beautiful lady, named Deena, who asked if I would like to be a guest designer for the blog's Magnificent Monday spot. Of course I was thrilled to be asked, and join in the fun! :)
We are getting close, as if you couldn't see all the tell tale signs, that the Holidays are upon us. So I decided to create a Christmas Card.
I used some oldies but goodies with some new images to create my card. I stamped my snowflakes onto Very Vanilla DSP from the Neutrals Stack with Chocolate Chip ink. I edged each of my panels with chocolate chip too, so there would be definition between the layers, then paper pierced around both panels. I stamped my Ornaments in Pool Party ink onto Naturals Ivory paper, cut them out with the coordinating framelits, then added some Linen Thread, Vintage Faceted designer buttons, and Basic Pearls for details. I used the sentiment christmas cheer from the set Sweet Essentials. I love the outcome! I hope you do too! Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek!
Heather :)
Stamps - Serene Snowflakes, Ornament Keepsakes, Sweet Essentials
Paper - Naturals Ivory, Very Vanilla, Very Vanilla DSP
Ink - Chocolate Chip, Pool Party
Accessories - Big Shot, Holiday Ornaments Framelits, Paper Piercing tool, Dotted scallop ribbon border punch, Linen thread, Designer Vintage Faceted buttons, Basic Pearls, Sponge, Dimensional dots, mini glue dots


Carol Carriveau said...

Beautiful design...loving what looks like Pool Party for the ornaments...and the clear buttons and pearls.

Anonymous said...

I really love this card, Heather!It's gorgeous! Thanks again for being a guest on Pink Paper Bakery :)