Friday, August 31, 2012
I've made my usual Friday card for the Queen for the Day on Splitcoaststampers. This week's Queen is Kathleen aka Kathleen Lammie. This is the card I cased.
I used a Rubber Stamp Tapestry stamp set (peg stamps) called Ornament Holly. I love those peg stamps because you can just make any design you please with them. It doesn't have to be a wreath.
Stamp for sentiment-Hot off the Press (Christmas Words)
Paper-PTI white cardstock, Stampin'Up! Cherry Cobbler
Ink-Memento Bahama Blue, Sweet Plum, and Tuxedo Black, Tim Holtz Distress Ink/peeled paint,
Stampin'Up! Cherry Cobbler and Always Artichoke
Accessories-Spellbinders Blossom Three die cut, Martha Stewart ribbon bow punch
Hope everyone has a fun and relaxing Labor Day weekend.
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Oh, Benzi, this just pops off the page! Love those peg stamps. I have a few but they are really underused. This makes me want to pull them out. (And buy some of the Christmas ones!)
Very nice card - love it!!!
This is Fabulous Brenda! Love your previous card as well, that green apple looks good enough to take a bite out of. Thanks for always stopping by and being so encouraging.
Looky at you all Christmasy. I'm squeezing every last bit out of summer that I can and then indulging in using my maple leaf die for the next month or so before I delve into Christmas LOL! Great wreath and nestie you used to frame it. Have a great weekend!
So colorful and festive! Great use of the Spellbinders die ... looks wonderful!
I've never used peg stamps, but what a fabulous look you achieved here! I love the die shape, and tiny punched blue bow! Such a pretty card!
I have never heard of peg stamps. but they sure make a gorgeous wreath! Love the fab die and the crispness of your card!!
Love the arrangement of all those leaves...so eye catching! Great use of the dies and peg stamps! It all makes for a lovely Christmas card!
wow...I would have sworn that I left a comment on this card before....I just love your work with the Tapestry stamps.....and how they are framed with the die cuts....fabulous
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