Sunday, January 7, 2018
Look What Santa Brought Me Challenge at Jingle Belles and SSS
The My Favorite Things Die-namics "Winter Wreath" has been on my wish list for months, but it never came back in stock at MFTstamps.com...fortunately Santa found it at amazon.com. I die cut it four times from Ponderosa Pine linen card stock (XPEDX). It cuts beautifully even without the precision plate!
My card practically designed itself; I knew I wanted to use my new wreath die for this first Jingle Belles challenge of 2018 and for the "Something New" Wednesday challenge at Simon Says Stamp, and I created this card from start to finish in about 30 minutes.
The sentiment is a die by Avery Elle and I cut it and the MFT Winter Wreath bow from gold glitter sticker paper. My "berries" are adhesive sequins by Jillibean Soup. I cut my two base layers using MFT Die-namics Blueprints 20; the base layer is red linen (XPEDX) and I embossed the white card stock layer with Tim Holtz "Bricked."
Posted by June Houck at 8:00 PM
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I'm happy Santa was able to find the wreath die you wanted (I can see why....it is now on my "wish" list). ;) Pretty card!
Gorgeous wreath, great card design. I love the Jingle Belles challenge and rarely miss one.
Lovely card! Glad Santa found the wreath Die you've been wanting! :)
YAY Santa!!! I loveeeeeeee this! LOVING that wreath!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OHHHHHHHHHH what an AMAZING card and a brilliant use of that beautiful new die! i love every single thing about this. and i especially love that you could join our JINGLE BELLES fun... 2018 is already putting a smile on my face, missus! ♥♥♥
The sequins are perfect on your gorgeous wreath! Looks like a work of love!
Love that gorgeous layered wreath ... what a wonderful holiday card ... so glad you joined our first Jingle Belles prompt of 2018.
Wonderful wreath card. Love the brick embossed background. I can’t believe Santa found it at AZ, of all places! You must have been really good this year. 😉
So glad Santa got you it. Love the design of this.
Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge x
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