Happy Friday! Using Great Impressions Poinsettias & Berries K40...this stamp is perfect for coloring and layering!
I used Copics on the flowers and leaves, along with some stickles for the centers and perfect pearls on the berries. The sentiment is Vintage Merry Christmas D469 embossed in gold.
Enjoy your weekend and I'll see you back here again next week!
Hello friends! It's time for a new challenge over at Great Impressions, and this time Anything Goes!
If you're like me, it's about this time of year that you get a bit tired of making Christmas cards, and need to shake things up with some bright colors and springy images. This adorable stamp comes from Great Impressions: Get Well Watering Can H258. I used a combination of chalks and Copics for coloring.
I hope you'll come play along with us this month, and don't forget about linking up in the Customer Gallery with all of your Great Impressions creations.
All week long we've been guessing the Christmas carols portrayed by cards made by Design Team members for Great Impressions. Here's a little peek at what I created:
You can make your guess and see the card over on the Great Impressions blog today. See you there!
Perhaps, like me, you have seen this card idea done with various wreaths- some stamped, some punched.
I thought I'd try my hand at one using Great Impressions beautiful Evergreen Wreath G496 stamp.
This is my card for Moving Along with the Times challenge, which has a theme of My Favorite Things (the song, not the stamp company). I chose this stamp which belongs to a friend because it fits perfectly-wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings! It's a beautiful stamp that will make a great masculine card. Thanks for stopping by today!
The Crafter's Cafe: Inspired by a Song (My Favorite Things)
Creatalicious Challenges: masculine
Fan-tastic Tuesday: something beginning with B (brads)
Quirky Crafts: feathers
Great Impressions is sponsoring The Shabby Tea Room this week.
Come join the fun! The theme is Thankful plus this picture:
Great texture here with the burlap and pinecones, and I love the warm browns and cream candles. All these things inspired my card!
Hi, I'm Emily- card maker, gardener, sewing enthusiast, nature lover and Downton Abbey fan. Thanks for taking a peek into my studio today!