Thursday, December 11, 2008

Simply Christmas

Well, I wanted to show you a couple of samples from my Stamp-A-Stack a few weeks ago.

We did 4 each of 4 card designs. I'll show you two today and two later this week.



Winter Tent Topper




I just really love these colors with this set. So I had the girls create a sort of post card collage adding the tent topper style as something different. It still fits in a regular A2 envelope, but it's not a traditional card size/shape. The skaters are stamped in Brown Stazon and colored with a Red Stampin' Write Marker. We added the ribbon in a neat cut and placement.


Recipe: Stamps: Winter Post Ink: Brown Stazon, Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red Paper: Riding Hood Red, Chocolate Chip, Kraft Accessories: Ticket Corner Punch, Vintage Brads, SW Marker, Dimensionals, Striped Ribbon.



Unto Us



Nothing says the truth about Christmas to me better than Holy Triptych. There is just something so simple and elegant about this set, especially paired here with Baroque Motifs.


Mary, Joseph and Jesus are stamped in VersaMark on watercolor paper, and embossed with gold EP. Simple watercoloring, with the addition of glitter on the halos and star. I love this layout and often use some variation of it too. I love the contrast here too of the Elegant Eggplant against the Old Olive. Very Royal... "for unto you is born this day, in the City of David, a Saviour who is Christ the Lord" Luke 2.


Recipe: Holy Triptych, Baroque Motifs, Holidays and Wishes Ink: VersaMark, Elegant Eggplant, Old Olive Paper: Old Olive, Elegant Eggplant, Very Vanilla, Watercolor Accessories: Gold EP, SW Markers, 2 Way Glue, Dazzling Diamonds, Gold Brads, Vanilla, Grosgrain, Dimensionals.

Thanks for stopping by...back on Friday for Flourishes Friday!

5 comments:

Rose Ann said...

Your tent topper is wonderful, Christine!! I love the images you've used, the colors, and that pretty ribbon!!

Your Holy Triptych card is gorgeous, and I love the colors you've used!!

JoAnn Beachler said...

Both cards are very pretty...TFS

Jerri Kay said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous cards Christine, I love your colors in the Triptych card!

amazingpapergrace.com said...

Beautiful!!! I think kraft and red are one of my favorite color combos!!
--Becca

Lablady2007 said...

I love your expression with color, the Holy Triptych card is a sight to be seen in itself. Just beautiful. Ty for sharing.
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