Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Clean and Simple Merry Medley for PP322

Hi!  Today I have a clean and simple card for this week's Paper Players Challenge.  Here is my card for the challenge:


And here is the banner for the challenge:


My card is basically a one layer card with a fancy embellishment.  My Emerald Envy card base is embossed with Emerald Envy ink to make the text more noticeable.  I used the Merry Medley Stamp 
to stamp my background.

The embellishment consists of pine boughs cut from gold paper using the Pretty Pines Thinlets Dies, a bow cut from Emerald Envy Cardstock using the same thinlets, and an ornament which has been die cut and sewn using the Festive Stitching Thinlets Dies.  I used gold twine from the Baker's Twine Trio Pack and Real Red Twine from the Candy Cane Lane Baker's Twine Pack.

Happy stampin',
Robin

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Ornate Ornaments for GDP062

Hello again,  I felt so energized after the first card that I made that I made a second one!  This one is inspired by the Global Design Project Sketch for this week.  Here's my card:


And here's the sketch that got my fingers itching to create:

This card is the featured tutorial in my newsletter this coming Wednesday.  Don't subscribe?  You can sign up at the bottom of this post. (Keep scrolling and you'll find it!)

Happy stampin'
Robin

Christmas Trees for FMS263

Hello,  It's been almost a month since I've last blogged.  I've been recovering from a difficult surgery.  I felt pretty good today so I decided to play along with this week's FMS sketch.  Here's my card:


And here's the sketch that inspired me:

Here are the details:

  • The trees are cut from the Presents and Pine Cones DSP 
  • It's hard to see, but I used the swirl from the Star of Light Stamp Set on the upper half of my card.
  • The sentiment is from the Stitched With Cheer stamp set.  I love the way it looks embossed with Emerald Envy Glitter Embossing Powder!
  • The Emerald Envy Ribbon is a preview from the new Occasion's Catalog!  You can order it beginning January 4th.

Happy stampin',
Robin