I hope you all have had a wonderful weekend! Yesterday, it rained almost all day so I got lots of cards made for upcoming classes and my Stamp of the Month Clubs. Today was nice and sunny, so I had my family over most of the day. I love spending family days at one of our houses every weekend. It has become such a family tradition and began when my children were much younger. My brothers, sister, and I would always spend the weekends at my parent’s with our children. Now, all my children and grandchildren are so close. It’s wonderful!
Now, for my card today…I’m sharing another Christmas card from my stamp-a-stack last week. Don’t worry, there’s only a couple of more! This card is made out of Perfect Plum and Whisper White Card Stocks and Silver Glimmer Paper. I also used images from the Bright Hopes Stamp Set. The Whisper White Card Stock layer was randomly stamped with the small image in Perfect Plum Ink and adhered to the Perfect Plum Card Stock base. The wreath image was also stamped with Perfect Plum Ink onto Whisper White. It was matted with another piece of Perfect Plum and then they were layered on a panel of Silver Glimmer Paper. The Perfect Plum strip on the left side of the card was punched with the Scallop Trim Border Punch and covered with a piece of white ribbon. The card was very easy to make and so pretty. It’s much prettier than the photos show you.
If you would like to learn to make cards like this one, sign up for my Stamp of the Month Club that begins in September. If you want to make cards like this one, purchase the supplies you need by clicking on the “Order Stampin’ Up! Online” button in the right column.
Have a wonderful day! Terry