Friday, July 11, 2014

Watercolor Winter for MM116 & SSSC226


Hi, Stampers! I haven't made a Christmas card, well, since last Christmas. It's kind of hard for me to think about the holidays when it's 85 degrees outside, but I thought I'd make one using some retired goodies and to play along with a couple of challenges.



When I saw my friend LeAnne was hosting a green and white challenge at Merry Monday, I had to play along. I used the sketch from Sweet Sunday.


I used markers to color my pine boughs and brightened them up with a bit of glitter. I'm basically a glitter phobe but I think it looks so pretty on a holiday card.


I stamped off for a lighter images on the inside of my card, and stamped the images on the envelope, too. This card is ready to go! 


Stampin' Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Watercolor Winter, More Merry Messages
Card Stock: Mossy Meadow, Very Vanilla
Designer Series Paper: Candlelight Christmas
Ink Pads: Early Espresso
Markers: Mossy Meadow, Early Espresso
Tools: Big Shot, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder, 3/16" Corner Punch
Accessories: Silver Glimmer Brad, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter

Happy Stamping!

11 comments:

  1. Wow, this is a gorgeous card, Sandy!

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  2. Lovely card with all the glitters!

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  3. So pretty, Sandy! Love the greens with the pinecones and all the sparkle! Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday! :)

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  4. This is so stunning! I love the embossing in the background. Thank you so much for joining us at SSSC!

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  5. Super cute! I love the image on the envelope too...really makes it look cohesive! :)

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  6. This is so pretty, Sandy! It makes me wish I'd bought this set! Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday!

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  7. I love this....I totally forgot about this pretty image! And I can't believe you're a glitterphobe!!! Thanks so much for playing with my challenge this week at Merry Monday!

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  8. I love your use of glitter on this card..a perfect touch!

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