Hello, dear readers! I have a quick card to share tonight for two challenges: the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge and the Color Cue.
Both of these are going in my file to use again! I used a new stamp that I had the good fortune to win in a giveaway over at the CASE Study challenge blog recently, from Stampin' Up's Northern Hearts. It was offered up as a prize by the wonderful Carole Kisch. Thanks so much, Carole!
The sentiment is from WPlus9's Poinsettia Patterns. I rearranged the sentiment and added the row of x's below it (they are actually part of a frame). I can't wait to play more with this background building set!
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink (Pure Poppy, white), Bazzill (kraft)
Patterned paper: Papertrey Ink (Dotty Biscotti)
Stamps: Stampin' Up! (Northern Hearts), WPlus9 (Poinsettia Patterns)
Ink: ColorBox (Cranberry)
Tools: Papertrey Ink (Limitless Layers dies), Sizzix (embossing folder)
Accessories: Papertrey Ink (Plum Pudding ribbon), Stampendous (clear embossing powder)
Here are the steps to make this card:
1. Make card from red cardstock. Cut a slightly smaller mat from kraft cardstock and adhere to base.
2. Cut a slightly smaller panel of white cardstock; dry emboss with snowflakes. Cut a triangular piece of dotted paper and adhere to bottom corner. Wrap with ribbon; adhere to card.
3. Stamp snowflake on white cardstock, heat emboss and cut out. Die cut circle and scalloped circle; layer with foam adhesive and attach to card.
4. Stamp sentiment on cardstock strip; notch one end and adhere to card.
Thanks so much for stopping by tonight! Have a fantastic Friday!