Sunday, November 16, 2014

White Christmas

Hello stampers,
     Happy start of a new week! Hope your weekend was great, I for one was a very unhappy fan as my college team had a pretty good lead in the 1st half to totally losing it in the 2nd & thus a chance to play my husbands team in the B1G championship game. DRATS! Other than that it was pretty much a lazy cold weekend.
     So I'm a bit behind on my Christmas card making & on my hopes to do the 20 cards I had planned to do each weekday of this month, may have to double up some posts once I start producing them quicker. However, if the forecast holds out we have snow coming in the next couple of days & I think I'll be hibernating in my house & hopefully making cards. I do have the help from Kerri's class last month & this month, so that should give me a boost.
     Today's card uses the sets White Christmas & Endless Wishes from the Holiday Catalog. The base is Crumb Cake Card Stock which we then dotted up using the Signo Gel Pen. Next we stamped the trees, car & star from the set onto Whisper White with Chocolate Chip Ink. We colored in the trees with Crumb Cake, the car with Real Red, the Christmas Tree with Garden Green, the star with Daffodil Delight & then sponged the sky area with Pool Party. I later added in the Dazzling Details onto the snow to add some shimmer. Jewel Rhinestones were added to the words & the star. We ran the Real Red piece through the Big Shot to put the circle from the Circle Collection Frame-lits in the middle then ran it through again to emboss it with the Perfect Polka Dots TIEF.

All supplies are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.

Sets: White Christmas, Endless Wishes
Ink/Markers: Chocolate Chip, Crumb Cake, Real Red, Garden Green, Daffodil Delight, Pool Party, Basic Black
Paper: Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Real REd
Other: Uni-Ball Signo Gel Pen, Circles Collection Frame-lits, Perfect Polka Dots TIEF, Dazzling Details, Basic Rhinestones, Sponge Daubers
Technique: Die Cutting, Sponging

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