Tuesday, December 6, 2011

December Club Card & We Have a Winner!

First off, the winner for the Blog Candy is Miriam Pratner! Congratulations Miriam! Be sure to email your mailing address to me so we can send your candy :)

I got a little carried away with the embossing this month, but is sure is pretty! I couldn't resist adding more stuff either. Those little joggle bells were just begging to be used. :)

Don't mind the wet corner... and don't leave your projects on the kitchen table. Bad things happen to paper on kitchen tables....
This was a great way to do some emboss resist.  When I finished this, I just had to add the white sowflake in the middle. The snowflake told me so. ;)
  • Stamps: Winter Post, Christmas Greetins
  • Paper: Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Whisper White
  • Ink: Versamark, Old Olive, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red
  • Other: Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine, Mini Jingle Bells, Square punch (any size will work), sponges, Stampin Dimensionals, Corner Rounder punch, Big Shot with Northern Frost die, needle, Embossing Buddy, Heat Gun, Pewter embossing powder

And you get a peek at the inside here. I also stamped the sentiment from Christmas Greetings and embossed that too.

I got my preorder package for the Occasions Mini and Sale-A-Bration today. It is going to be so hard to wait until after Christmas to share stuff with you! I already made one card with my new goodies. I still have to do Christmas stuff yet though, so I better learn to alternate, lol!


Yapha said...

Wow!! What an absolutely stunning card!! love how you used the emboss resist!!

Mickey Roberts said...

Awesome card! Love the touchable texture!

Cindy said...

I don't think you got carried away with the embossing at all! It's the perfect amount on this card. And like Mickey said - touchable texture!

webindia said...

One must act in painting as in life, directly.Sculpture is the best comment that a painter can make on painting.by Revathi

Heidi Baks said...

I love this! And great non-traditional colors.

Paula said...

This card is stunning. It really stands out! Great use of color and texture and I love those little bells.

Carmen said...

Love this!! Definitely has some pop!


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