Happy November everyone!! Gosh, can you believe it is already NOVEMBER!!?? Whoa, where did all the time go?
I’ve got a couple of new posts for today so I will be back later today with my new FREE STAMP SET OF THE MONTH announcement and the Stamp Set of the Week reveal!!! EEK! I am excited :O)
This card uses Christmas Combo #11!! One of my oddest Christmas Combos, I hope you will test it out :O)
Remember, if you use my Christmas Combo for your Christmas or Winter Holiday project, add your project to Mr. Linky below. You might just be featured on my blog!!! And you will get my special “I was Featured” button for your blog. :O) To see my other Christmas Combos, click here!
- The card base was made from Stampin’ UP Bashful Blue cardstock. The scallop with the cutouts shape was made using the Cricut Wild card cartridge.
- The inner circles were cut out of Whisper White cardstock and My Mind’s Eye Summer Song glitter paper. I cut the circles from the Cricut Accent Essentials cartridge.
- The snowmen are from the Stampin’ UP Snow Buddies stamp set, which is a hostess level 2 stamp set from the Holiday Mini catalog (it will only be available until Jan 4th!). They were stamped onto Whisper White cardstock using Basic Black Classic ink (which is waterproof so you can color without smudging!! YEAH!!). The hats are separate stamps from the snowmen so you can choose what hats you want to use. To stamp the hats on, I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig to get perfect placement. Then I colored in everything with coordinating Stampin’ UP Markers.
- The little snow mountains were cut out from the Cricut Accent Essentials cartridge from Whisper White cardstock. I used a Stampin’ UP Sponge dauber to ink up the top of the little mountains with Bashful Blue Classic Ink.
- The sentiment is from the Stampin’ UP Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set. I stamped it in Basic Black Classic Ink onto Whisper White cardstock. Then I punched out the sentiment using the Modern Label Punch.
- The outline around the Modern Label punch is from a Punch Window Movers & Shapers die. To use this die, I ran it through my Big Shot machine. The cardstock used was Tangerine Tango (retired In Color 08-09), but you could substitute Only Orange cardstock.