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>> Friday, December 16, 2011

by Julie Warner - The Write Stuff

Happy Friday!
Not too many days left until Christmas! And what a difference a year makes. This time last year, we were freezing... today the temp was almost 70 degrees! Very weird! I don't know about you, but I like it to be cold around Christmas. At least sweater weather.

So to put me in the mood, I made a snowy white card. This one is pretty clean and simple. I stamped the vertical trees w/ green ink and die cut w/ a long rectangle. The greeting and single tree were stamped on the smaller die cut panel and I lined up the tree and stamped it again on the larger panel. Added a few red lights (or berries) and some red stickles to the trees.
I added just the star from the manger scene above the greeting. Actually, I had to add something because I apparently had a little green ink on my finger when I was gluing the layers to the card. But it worked it out ok. I added a little rhinestone in the middle of the star and my 5.50 x 4.25 card was finished.

So tell me, do you prefer your Christmas cold or not? And did you check out Thursday's Challenge? Surely you'd like a chance for free stamps!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great weekend!

stamps: Joy of Christmas greeting, Single Fall Tree, Vertical Triple Trees, Holy Family Manger Scene (the star only)
paper: white
ink: Archival library green, Brilliance rocket red
accessories: Tombow red marker, red stickles, Spellbinders long rectangles & labels 18, rhinestone


Pam said...

Elegance at its best! Really pretty.

April said...

What a sophisticated card! Absolutely stunning!

Shelia said...

very pretty!

Karin said...

Your attention to detail is always so fantastic...Love the sparkle on the trees and the inking around the diecuts!

Janett said...

Beautiful, love all the layres and the red just makes it.

Sue said...

I LOVE the layers!! And the clean white look with just the hints of color!
The star is wonderful! Why don't my smudges come out so well????

Chrissy D said...

So elegant - love the Stacked nestabilities!!!

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