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Friday, January 30, 2015

Get Well Wishes Note Card

Hello crafty friends! I'm really happy to share another 3 Girl JAM DT inspiration project with you today. I used the absolutely gorgeous London Blue hand-dyed crinkle ribbon from the Wine & Jewels Bundle. I cannot even begin to tell you how yummy these colors are in real life!

I created a get well note card adorned with flowers and butterflies, which looks very lacy and was actually pretty easy to make.


I die cut a rectangular opening in the front panel and adhered several pretty die cuts randomly placed across the back side of the large opening. The cardstock is white gold metallic and is just gorgeous!


I adhered the front panel to a piece of fun foam for a little dimension, and embellished the flowers with tiny flat-back pearls and the butterflies with tiny dot sparklers. I affixed a couple extra butterflies with bent wings and the stamped sentiment to the front. And how about that gorgeous London Blue ribbon and bow?! OMG, I think I'm in heaven! LOL! This hand-dyed crinkle ribbon so fun to work with and really adds to any project!


I adhered several pieces of the flower/butterfly die cuts to embellish the inside which I left blank otherwise to write a personal get well note.


Proud to enter this get well note card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: The Paper Cut White Gold Metallic cardstock; GKD White and Turquoise Sea cardstock
  • Stamps: Taylored Expressions Tea-riffic stamp set (sentiment)
  • Ink: Memento Teal Zeal ink
  • Dies: Memory Box Kensington Branch die; Spellbinders Classic Rectangles, Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals dies
  • Accessories: 3 Girl JAM London Blue ribbon from the Wine & Jewels Bundle, white fun foam, turquoise Stampendous Dot Sparklers, white flat-back pearls

I hope you've enjoyed this project today. I do hope you stop by the 3 Girl JAM store to check out the wonderful array of fun crafty goodies! And use code LT10 to get 10% off your entire order! Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 26, 2015

Have a Ball

Hi everyone! It's time for another fun challenge over at Crafty Cardmakers and more. I'm happy to share my DT inspiration project for CCM #131 - Combine Two or More Stamps. Our teammie, Julie, is hosting this challenge and it'll be a fun one, so come play with us!

I created an all-occasion card using a fun Paper Smooches stamp set with coordinating dies that I've had for a while. This clear stamp set contains a Ball jar, flowers, leafed stems, vases and a few other images.


I stamped the jar and then several flowers and leafed stems in a couple different green inks at different angles. The stems just weren't long enough, so I extended them a bit down toward the bottom of the jar. I colored some water in the jar and die cut a silver lid for the Ball jar. :)


I loosely masked the jar and flowers, and created the background with some 2nd generation stamping using an awesome Stampin' Up! stamp. I used some clear Wink of Stella on the flowers which you can't see very well in this photo - but you can see the shimmer a little better in the first photo above. I also added a gorgeous Swarovski Elements dragonfly charm. I love how this turned out! ;)


I created the same kind of background with the 2nd generation stamping on the top part of the inside panel and then stamped the sentiment.


I'd love to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Stampin' Up Island Indigo and Whisper White cardstock; Marco's Venicelux Metallic Silver cardstock
  • Stamps: Paper Smooches Crystal Clear stamp set; Stampin' Up! Gorgeous Grunge stamp set
  • Ink: Memento Teal Zeal, Bamboo Leaves, Pear Tart, Tuxedo Black; Spectrum Noir: IB1
  • Dies: Paper Smooches Crystal Clear die set
  • Accessories: Wink of Stella (clear), EK Success Swarovski Elements dragonfly charm

I hope you've found a little inspiration to dig into your stamp stash and find some stamps that you can merge for our challenge this time! Thank you so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Card Base Storage Box

Hi everyone! Hope the first month of the new year has been fabulous for you! It's hard to believe (well, not really) that January is almost over and we are about to embrace February!

I'm super stoked to share my first inspiration project as a new 3 Girl JAM DT member! Woot-woot! Come play in our Anything Goes With Ribbon challenge going on this month! I upcycled an empty Kleenex box and turned it into a storage box for my A2-sized card bases. I like to make several up at a time in different colors so they are handy when I need them. My inspiration came from a written tutorial I had seen in a craft magazine a number of years ago that was refueled this week by a StampTV video that came out. :)

I used the Natural Jute Ribbon from the 3 Girl JAM Jute Ribbon & String Pack to trim the box. OMG, this jute ribbon is a.w.e.s.o.m.e.! I also used some gemstones and a filigree charm to complete the front.


Here's an angled view of the top.


I used several hexagon stamps from a new Stampin' Up! stamp set, along with the coordinating hexagon punch, to embellish three sides.

 
 

And I covered the bottom.


I'd love to enter my upcycled storage box into the following challenges:


Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Black Onyx cardstock, Stampin' Up! Whisper White cardstock, Stampin' Up! Color Me Autumn double-sided 12x12 paper
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up! Six-Sided Sampler stamp set
  • Ink: Stampin' Up! Always Artichoke, Crushed Curry and Cajun Craze ink
  • Accessories: Empty Kleenex box, 3 Girl JAM Natural Jute Ribbon from the Jute Ribbon & String Pack, Wild Orchid Crafts filigree charm, yellow gemstones, yellow flat-back pearl, small white flat-back pearls, Stampin' Up! Hexagon Punch, X-Press-It high tack double-sided tape

I hope you've enjoyed this upcycled project! It always feels good to upcycle/recycle - every little bit we do helps to save our planet! And I hope you stop by the 3 Girl JAM store to check out the wonderful array of fun crafty goodies they have! Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 19, 2015

Great catch!

Good morning, everyone! Can you believe we're already starting our second challenge of the new year over at Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog?! I'm so happy to share my DT inspiration project for LTSCB #46 - Anything Goes! We have some pretty amazing sponsors this time - Kith & Kin Stamp Co., River City Rubber Works and Bugaboo Digi Stamps - so come play with us! And we kow you love you some Anything Goes! ;)

I chose the absolutely gorgeous Big Bass stamp from River City Rubber Works as the focus for my masculine birthday card. You know, most men like to fish. I created a sparkly watery background using glitter silk cardstock and added a couple wave die cuts across the bottom. The detail on this fish is just amazing. I cut him with my Silhouette and left him uncolored, and popped him up on some dimensional foam pads.


I fashioned a fish hook from silver wire and dangled the front sentiment on a flag from the hook. I finished the front with several crystal clear elements representing bubbles.


The inside sentiment is also from River City Rubber Works. Gotta keep a guy card simple! ;)


I'd love to enter this masculine card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: Core'dinations Glitter Silk cardstock; GKD Pure Luxury Ivory cardstock; Marco's Persian Blue cardstock; seafoam green and light blue textured cardstock scraps
  • Stamps: River City Rubber Works Big Bass and Best Fishes
  • Ink: Memento Paris Dusk
  • Dies: YNS Wave Border die, Lil' Inkers Designs Stitched Sentiment Flag die
  • Accessories: Crystal Clear Inky Dinky Drops

I hope you've found some inspiration to create a project for our Anything Goes challenge this time! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!
Hugs,
Leslie

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Hello, my crafty friends! I'm super stoked to announce that I've been asked to guest for Love To Create Challenge Blog and I'm here to share my GD project for Challenge #150 - Color Inspired! We're being sponsored this week by the amazing Sami Stamps! And isn't this the y.u.m.m.i.e.s.t. color palette ever that they've chosen for the color inspiration?! I just love it!


I created a friendship card using the absolutely gorgeous Spring Branch digital image by Sami Stamps which I colored with Spectrum Noir markers, adorned with some flat-back pearls and layered on some die cuts. I dry embossed the back panel with a Harlequin embossing folder and sanded it, then tore the right edge.


I added a pretty doily die cut, a chipboard open circle and a fun ticket on which I stamped the sentiment. I tied some brown twine across the bottom.


I stamped a fun friendship sentiment on the inside and matted the panel on some dark chocolate cardstock.


I'd love to enter this friendship card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury ivory and dark chocolate cardstock; DCWV Multi Stack (reds); The Paper Cut Brown Bag cardstock; Core'dinations Kraft-Core Nostalgic Collection cardstock
  • Digital Stamps: Sami Stamps Spring Branch digital image; 
  • Rubber Stamps: Pink Cat Studio Stamps (inside sentiment)
  • Ink: Memento Espresso Truffle; Spectrum Noir- EB5, EB6, CG2, DG4, PP5, DR6
  • Dies: Cheery Lynn French Pastry Doily; Spellbinders Classic Ovals and Scalloped Ovals
  • Accessories: Sizzix Texture Fades Harlequin embossing folder, sanding block, chipboard open circle, champagne flat-back pearls, Making Memories ticket, YNS red glitter Gumdrops, Studios Blackbird brown twine

I do hope you've found a little inspiration to create a project using this gorgeous color inspiration for our challenge this week! And be sure to check out all the wonderful images at the Sami Stamps shop! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Saturday, January 17, 2015

3 Girl JAM Design Team!

Woot-woot! I'm chomping at the bit to blab... I've been selected as a new addition to the 3 Girl JAM DT! Definitely doing the happy dance here! So stoked! ;)

If you need some amazing crafty goodies for your stash (lace, hand-dyed ribbons, vintage estate buttons, or cotton muslin bags to name a few), then look no further, because the 3 Girl JAM shop definitely has you covered! Be sure to check this stuff out, because I promise you'll find tiny pieces of heaven in their shop! ;)



Be sure to check out the 3 Girl JAM blog for wonderful inspiration, as well as the 3 Girl JAM Challenge Blog for monthly challenges and awesome prizes! I'm so looking forward to creating with this awesome team and showcasing these awesome products!

Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, January 16, 2015

i appreciate you

Hi everyone! I'm happy to share my project for the Scrapping4fun Challenges "Big GD Challenge." Rachelle is hosting three designer challenges - Grand Prize Winners Challenge, Big GD Challenge and Big DT Challenge - for 2014 winners, guesties and designers. We were invited to create projects solely to enter into these challenges and no others. They are sketch challenges and the winners of each will will based on voting by followers of Scrapping4fun Challenges.

As mentioned, I'm playing in the Big GD Challenge - I was a guest designer a few times in 2014, so here's the GD sketch I used...


I'm known for twisting sketches and this one was no exception. I did try to think outside the box and live dangerously on the edge! LOL! I created a mixed media background using the Memory Box Mini Dots stencil and Dimensional Effects which I inked with several Memento inks and matted on mirror cardstock.
 


I created the background of the smaller rectangle by randomly stamping a leaf sprig in all the ink colors and matting it on the mirror cardstock as well. I achieved the three circular elements in the sketch with one cardstock circle stamped with the tree and colored with Spectrum Noir and two buttons. The leaves are Magnolia Doohickey leaf die cuts.


I embossed the sentiment on a hand-cut banner made from heavy-weight vellum. I substituted the second sentiment at the bottom with the gold butterfly at the top. I'm pretty pleased with how this turned out.


I plan to use this as a thank you card, so I left the inside blank to write my own sentiment but stamped the leaf sprig in three of the ink colors in the lower left corner.


  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury White and Navy cardstock; Marco's Silver Mirror cardstock; Colorbok Glitter Paper scrap; DCWV textured green cardstock scrap; Marco's White Vellum scrap
  • Stamps: GKD i appreciate you stamp duo; GKD The Simple Things stamp set (leaf sprig)
  • Ink: Memento Pear Tart, Bamboo Leaves, Teal Zeal and Cottage Ivy; Versamark Dazzle; Spectrum Noir- GB8, GB9, BT8, CG3, DG3
  • Dies: Spellbinders Classic Circles and Scalloped Circles; Magnolia Doohickey Leaf die
  • Accessories: Dimensional Effects; Memory Box Texture Mini Dots stencil; buttons; SweetStamps white embossing powder; Studios Blackbird ribbon; Dazzle butterfly

Hope you've enjoyed this project! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

New adventure!

Hi everyone! I've popped in to share some pretty exciting news! I'm embarking on a new adventure... I've taken the plunge and have become an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator! Woo-hoo! I'm so excited I can barely contain myself!


I bought quite a few Stampin' Up! wood mount sets a number of years ago when I started stamping and remember thinking how awesome they were. I've bought a few more over the years - cling mount and clear sets - and the Stampin' Up! quality is STILL pretty darn awesome! The coordinating inks, papers and embellishments are just amazing!

There's no better time to become a demonstrator than now with Sale-A-Bration going on (January 6th through March 31st) and several ways to earn free products! Woot-woot! Who doesn't love free stuff?! You can check out the Sale-A-Bration and Spring catalogs HERE! I would absolutely love the opportunity to earn your business! If you want some awesome stamping products, I'd appreciate you shopping with me! ;)

I've created a new blog, Love To Scrap! With SU, on which I will share my Stampin' Up! projects done tutorial style. My plan at this point is to start out with written tutorials that my readers can refer back to and print if they'd like with the possibility of doing video tutorials some time down the road. Come on over and follow me there too - I need all the support I can get get! LOL!

Well, that's it from me this evening. Thanks so much for stopping by - we'll see you  next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 12, 2015

Winter Wishes Note Card

** 1/19/15 Top 3 at Through The Purple Haze Challenge Blog! **
** 1/19/15 Honorable Mention at The Shabby Tea Room! **

Hi everyone! I'm back this morning to share another winter note card I created - my Crafty Cardmakers and more DT inspiration project for CCM #130 - Something Old, Something New. This challenge is hosted by yours truly and I cordially invite you to come play with us! It's an easy one... incorporate something old and something new into your project. This could involve technique or crafty stash. :)

In addition to my old stash of cardstock, winter tree stamp and inks, and old techniques of inking, masking and 1st/2nd generation stamping, I used a relatively new sentiment stamp and a new technique of embossing the entire front panel with glittery embossing powder to create the look of shimmering snow in the moonlight. I had so much fun creating a similar card about a week and a half ago that I just had to create another one although this one is a little different and uses fewer supplies. Love, love, love!


I inked the background while masking the moon, then stamped the trees using the 1st/2nd generation stamping technique. After stamping the sentiment, I covered the entire panel in Versamark Dazzle and embossed with bridal embossing tinsel. I really wish you could see this in real life!


This is a note card, so I left the inside blank except for a few trees stamped in the lower left corner using the 1st/2nd generation technique.


Proud to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury White and Navy cardstock; Marco's Venicelux Silver Metallic cardstock
  • Stamps: Sweet Stamps Winter Tree stamp
  • Ink: Memento Angel Pink, Teal Zeal and Paris Dusk; Versamark Dazzle
  • Accessories: Ranger Bridal Embossing Tinsel

I hope you've found a little inspiration to create a project using something old and something new for our challenge this time! Thank you so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Monday, January 5, 2015

Lifting you up

Hi everyone! I know I've already said it this year, but Happy 2015! I'm back this morning and stoked to share my Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog DT inspiration project for LTSCB #45 - Initial Challenge of 2015! We are being sponsored this time by Fresh Brewed DesignsEat Cake Graphics and Stitchy Bear's Digi OutletThis is going to be a fun one... use an item on your project beginning with at least one letter of our challenge blog initials (L, T, S, C or B)!

I chose the gorgeous Coneflowers stamp from Eat Cake Graphics for an inspirational card that I created in one of my favorite color combos of purple and green. These are some of the yummiest papers ever! I elevated the patterned background piece on some foam and used several pretty die cuts along with some awesome jute ribbon from my stash. And I didn't limit myself to using an item beginning with just one letter - I used items beginning with all five letters of our initials:
L - lavender flowers and gemstones
T - tan jute ribbon
S - stripes/Spellbinders dies
C - coneflowers/circles
B - bow


My hubby bought me the entire set of Spectrum Noir markers for Christmas (yes he diiid!) and this is my first project using them. I'm in heaven! I really like the way they blend, and the array of colors is just amazing. They are just a tad different than the Copics so I'm sure there will be a slight learning curve. :)


I kept the inside simple with just a stamped sentiment on a matted panel. This card could be used for sympathy, get well or a general lifting of spirits for someone who's down. What a beautiful sentiment!


Proud to enter this card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury Ivory cardstock; DCWV Latte matstack
  • Stamps: Eat Cake Graphics Coneflowers; GKD Fabulous Holiday Fillers (inside sentiment)
  • Ink: Memento Espresso Truffle ink; Spectrum Noir- LV1, LV2, PL2, PL4, CG2, DG4, TN9
  • Dies: Spellbinders Labels Eighteen, Classic Ovals and Classic Scalloped Ovals dies
  • Accessories: Commotion Almost Leather, Queen & Co. Twinkle Goosebumps (lavender), GKD jute ribbon

I sure hope you've been inspired to create a project for our initial challenge! And be sure to check out all the fun goodies that Fresh Brewed DesignsEat Cake Graphics and Stitchy Bear's Digi Outlet has to offer! Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Truly Grateful

Hi everyone! I'm back to post a mixed media thanks card I finished today. I bought some DecoArt Dimensional Effects along with three new distress inks and some other craft supplies several weeks ago (Merry Christmas to me!) and have been dying to create a mixed media project so I laid the ground work several days ago.

I started with the StencilGirl Left Hand Journaling stencil earlier this week and left it on a shelf in the scrap room to dry thoroughly. I'm left-handed and I absolutely love this one! And the Dimensional Effects is some great stuff, I tell ya. I pulled out a few more stencils, a dot stippler, four absolutely awesome distress inks and some brushes, and within a matter of minutes this baby was covered and so were my fingers! ;)

I gave the front panel a quick spray with some iridescent Glitter Dust (which doesn't show up in the photos) to give it a little sparkle, then mounted it on a square piece of foam to give it some dimension. I wrapped three twine scraps from front to back and matted it on some gold mirror cardstock.


Here you can really see the detail from the Dimensional Effects. I could not, hard as I tried, get this detail to show up with the card in the light box so I took it in front of the window. Even though the colors are not as rich in the photo as they are in real life, I'm happy you can see the awesome detail in this stencil!


I used a small EcoArtBoard rectangular tile for the sentiment with dangling dragonfly charm. This took a little thought. In keeping with the gold accents (mirror cardstock and dragonfly charm), I wanted to emboss the sentiment in gold. Then I decided I wanted to ink the tile and cover it in UTEE. I wasn't sure (and didn't want to take the chance) if the heat from melting the UTEE would in turn make a mess of the gold embossing, so I found a gold peel-off to use which held up very well under the heat of four coats of UTEE. I still have a few of these peel-offs that I bought a number of years ago to do some glass etching with, and I guess it's a good thing I kept them!


I stamped a simple sentiment on the inside and matted the panel on some green cardstock. With all the busy-ness on the front, I figured I'd keep the inside simple! LOL!


I'd love to enter this thanks card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury Ivory and Fresh Asparagus cardstock; Marco's Gold Mirror cardstock
  • Stamps: Stampin' Up Truly Grateful
  • Ink: Ranger Mowed Lawn, Picked Raspberry, Peacock Feathers and Mustard Seed distress inks
  • Stencils: StencilGirl Left Hand Journaling and Midcentury Modern Elements #1; The Crafter's Workshop Mini Time Travel, Mini Flutterby and Mini Harlequin; Blockheads Dot Stippler
  • Accessories: DecoArt Dimensional Effects Texture Paste, brushes, Glitter Dust (iridescent), EcoArtBoard tile, gold Thanks peel-off, Commotion Almost Leather, Fire Mountain Gems dragonfly charm, Melt Art Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel, twine scraps

Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Friday, January 2, 2015

Feel Better

** 1/6/15 Winner at Mod Squad Challenge Blog! **

Hello again! My crafty mojo is still kickin' butt today so I figured I'd take advantage of it! I played a little in the scrap room this morning and created a fancy fold card embellished with gold that I'm going to enter into a few challenges. I'm really missing some of my online crafting buddies and feel the need to reconnect!

This get well card is my first-ever stretch card and I just l.o.v.e. how it turned out. So simple and so much fun. It's a Silhouette cut file containing two base pieces and eight panels in varying lengths. Most of the base work was done for me... all I had to do was pick out some cardstock and some fun coordinating papers, and let the Silhouette do the rest! Assembling it and embellishing it with lots of gold stuff was kinda fun (wink-wink)! ;)


I stamped the vertical greeting and the flower image in Memento Espresso Truffle ink, cut them with SB dies and layered them on additional die cuts. I used gold mirror cardstock behind the sentiment and added a hummingbird charm. I used several loops of gold cording behind the stamped flower oval and popped it up on dimensional pads.


I also used some gold glitter Gumdrops and some teeny-tiny Dot Sparklers with gold trim.


Here's an angle to the right... aren't these papers just the yummiest?!


And an angle to the left... what an awesome fold! I really do hope this card will make someone who is a little under the weather feel better. :)


Proud to enter this get well card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Charcoal Brown cardstock; Marco's Gold Mirror cardstock; old scrap of textured mustard yellow; GKD Shabby Spring 6x6 patterned papers
  • Stamps: GKD Springtime Silhouettes and Vertical Greetings 2
  • Ink: Memento Espresso Truffle ink
  • Dies: Spellbinders Classic Ovals, Scalloped Ovals and Matting Basics A
  • Accessories: Silhouette stretch card cut file Wink of Stella (clear), GKD gold cording, Stampendous Dot Sparklers (turquoise), YNS Glitter Gumdrops (gold), Fire Mountain Gems gold hummingbird charm

Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie

Winter Wishes Note Card

** 1/12/15 Design Team Favorite at Loves Rubberstamps! **
** 1/13/15 Runner-Up at Perfectly Rustics! **

Hi, everyone! Happy New Year! Here's wishing you all a fabulously wonderful, prosperous and healthy new year! I'm starting MY new year off with a b-a-n-g! I developed a cough the day before Christmas with no symptoms other than feeling tired and worn out. I visited my doctor this past Tuesday who sent me for a chest xray, and after delivering the gnarly news of pneumonia, started me on oral steroids, a steroid inhaler, a kick-butt antibiotic and cough syrup with codeine. I have to say, though, that I really don't feel bad other than the (still) tired feeling and lots of coughing. And my mojo is rockin' - made two cards yesterday and two more today! I don't understand why the mojo shoots into super-charge mode when I'm sick (it happened when I had the flu back in November too), but I sure won't complain! ;)

Sorry if that was TMI. Now on with my project. I created a couple of Winter Wishes note cards today, both with the same technique of embossing the entire front panel with glittery embossing powder to create the look of shimmering snow in the moonlight. I'm showcasing one of them now and will reveal the other one in about a week and a half, so stay tuned! This technique is new to me and I really love how it turned out. :)

I inked a white panel with pink, turquoise and dark blue ink, while masking the moon, then did 1st/2nd generation stamping of the tree (stamped once loaded with ink, then stamped off once) to create the forest background. I covered the entire inked/stamped panel with Versamark Dazzle and embossed with bridal embossing tinsel. It's stunning in real life, I tell ya!


I created a window die cut from navy cardstock and mounted it with thin foam pads onto the inked/stamped/embossed panel. I then mounted that panel onto silver metallic cardstock, then onto a navy card base.


I stamped a snowflake in white die ink on 36# vellum, fussy cut it and mounted it on a small circle die cut. I affixed an epoxy dot to the center and then adhered it to the bottom left of the window.


As this is a note card, I did not stamp a sentiment on the inside, but did stamp some trees in the lower left corner.


I'd love to enter this note card into the following challenges:

Recipe:
  • Cardstock/Paper: GKD Pure Luxury White and Navy cardstock; Marco's Venicelux Silver Metallic cardstock; Sweet Stamps 36# vellum
  • Stamps: GKD Simple Snowflakes and Christmas Wishes
  • Ink: Memento Angel Pink, Teal Zeal and Paris Dusk; Sweet Stamps white die ink; Versamark Dazzle
  • Dies: Cheery Lynn Window B; Spellbinders Classic Circles
  • Accessories: Crafter's Companion vellum bond, Bottle Cap Inc. Epoxy Dot, Ranger Bridal Embossing Tinsel

Okay, that's it from me this evening. I think it's about time I head to bed. Thanks so much for stopping by and we'll see you next time! ;)
Hugs,
Leslie