Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Over the Hill & Through the Woods

  Still rolling through the Christmas cards.  I had some fun with my Blendabilities markers with this one.  This White Christmas stamp set is so cute and I love seeing all the different scenes that other stampers have come up with.

  I stamped the trees and star and and then highlighted the the snow lines with the lightest blue from the Night of Navy pack.   The trees are colored with the Crumb Cake assortment and the star with the Daffodil Delight pack.  I lightly covered the "snow" and star with Dazzling Details for a small bit of sparkle.

  I stamped the car and tree on a small piece of scrap and then colored them in. The photopolymer makes it really easy to line up the tree on the roof of the car.   I used Old Olive for the tree and Cherry Cobbler for the card.  The tires use Smoky Slate.  After the car and tree were colored I cut it out and popped it up onto the tree panel using dimensionals.

  The flags are made from the Trim the Tree DSP (the plaid Cherry Cobbler flag) and an old retired DSP pack that I can't remember the name of.  If you know let me know and I can update my info.  This design is a great way to use up some smaller scraps of DSP.

  The sentiment is from Petite Pairs and punched out and layered with circle punches.  I used a bit of Cherry Cobbler baker's twine and Old Olive candy dots for the final accessories.

  I used a sketch from Sketch Frenzy Friday and flipped it on it's side.

  Thanks for looking!  Did you stamp today?

Stamps: White Christmas, Petite Pairs

Ink: Memento Black  Blendabilities: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Smoky Slate, Crumb Cake, Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight

Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Kraft cardstock, Whisper White, Trim the Tree DSP stack, unknown retired DSP

Accessories: candy dots, dimensionals, Dazzling Details, baker's twine, circle punches


  1. Awww...love this, Amanda! I just got this set, and haven't used it yet. Thanks for inspiring me to do so!

  2. Cute and beautiful at the same time Amanda. Love that star at the top. So happy you visited my blog.


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