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>> Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Hello Friends!  Next week is Thanksgiving and there is SO much to be thankful for this year! One thing I am thankful for is that I have a craft that brings me joy and helps me relax!!! 

Have you checked out the NEWEST release for DRS Designs? They have so many gorgeous Christmas and Winter designs!!! WOW! When I saw these, I was so excited!!! You can see the NEW release HERE

This design is 827 L. I stamped this in Wild Wasabi Ink on Wild Wasabi Cardstock. Then I used my Spellbinders and Grand Calibur (pictured below) to cut out the "wreath:" I stamped the image on Purely Pomegranite card stock in the same color ink and used my 1/4" circle punch and using my glue pen adhered them to my wreath. 

Here are some more details:
Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Purely Pomegranite, Whisper White
Accessories: Big Shot, Embossing Folder, Scallop and Circle Spellbinders, Pomegranite Satin Ribbon, White Gel Pen, Dimensionals, Gems

Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Chrissy D


Shelia said...

Chrissy, I love the wreath you've created with this new stamp! the colors are gorgeous and I really like the layout of this. beautiful card!!

Karin said...

The colors on this card are soooo pretty! I love the tones of the green and rose together and I ADORE the wreath with the "berries" that you made!

Sue said...

Very Clever!! I love when you can get a 2nd use out of a stamp! And your ribbon is wonderful!

Pam said...

Such a pretty card! I like the pomegranate dots on the wreath.

Janett said...

Great card. love the colors,and the way you added the dot's totally changed the stamp. Great job.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Terrific, Chris! Love how you turned the frame into a wreath and the ribbon and texture are wonderful.

Jennifer E. said...

Well done! Love how you used that stamp to create a wreath and that ribbon makes this whole card stunning!

Samantha said...

Love it, Chris! Your wreath is terrific and I love that rich, red bow!

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