Monday, August 16, 2010

Vintage Christmas card - Holiday Mini Sneak Peek



Here's another sneak peek from the Holiday Mini, I am using again Boughs and Bells set and the Deck the Halls dsp. Love the vintage look of it. I used the Distressing Essentials kit to sponge the edges of the image. Scroll down for list of supplies




supplies:
stamps: bells and boughs
ink: soft suede, always artichoke, jet black staz on, cherry cobbler
paper: deck the halls dsp, cherry cobbler, always artichoke, watercolor
other: always artichoke seam bind ribbon, champagne glass glitter, lots of tags sizzlits

12 comments:

  1. Wow! That card is absolutely beautiful! I'm not much of a fan of the vintage Christmas style, but this is pretty convincing!

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  2. I love vintage and this is just stunning.

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  3. This is absolutely beautiful! What adhesive did you use with the glass glitter?

    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. This card is STUNNING!!! I'm definitely going to have to CASE this one!!! Thanks for sharing your AWESOME talent!!!

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  5. What a absoutely beautiful card! Love your projects--you are very talented and it's an inspiration to see how you spend your time! I sure need to do more stampin' with mine!
    Hugs, Nola
    ps--I'd love to know how you got the glitter to stick so well!

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  6. Your card is absolutely stunning. I love your work and visit your blog regularly. This would stamp set make a great Christmas class (including this card). Keep up the great work!

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  7. Linda Pastva-CallahanAugust 16, 2010 at 10:08 AM

    What a gorgeous way to use so many of the new products! LOVE it! I will be casing this card, too. I also find your cards at the top of my Favorites List! Thanks!

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  8. Stunning! You attention to every detail is just perfect!

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  9. Beautiful card! thanks for sharing
    Kris Sobolik
    www.maddiebugdesigns.blogspot.com

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  10. Beautiful, beautiful!! And perfect timing for me as I'm making some tags as a donation.

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  11. Did you use the watercolor CS for the sentiment, or did you use vanilla, or white?

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