Sunday, November 20, 2016

RemARKably Creative Blog Tour: It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

Hello, and welcome to the November RemARKably Creative Blog Tour!  This month, we will be featuring projects perfect for Christmas and Winter.  So, I decided to show you one of the cards from my Holiday Stamp-A-Stack.

One of my favorite colors is Cherry Cobbler, and I just love the way it highlights the Very Vanilla and Gold Foil paper on this card. The Cherry Cobbler ribbon is part of the 3/8" Ribbon Silky Taffeta Combo Pack in the Holiday catalog.  You get one roll of Emerald Envy and one roll of Cherry Cobbler ribbon with 5 yards on each roll for only $9.00.  

Ribbon Silky Taffeta Combo Pack
#141989   $9.00
I used the Layering Ovals Framelits to cut the scalloped oval shape from Gold Foil paper and attached it to the dry embossed Very Vanilla panel.  I used the Holly Textured Impressions Embossing Folder to dry emboss that lovely texture on the Very Vanilla panel. 

Holly Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Catalog # 141634   $7.50
That yummy Cherry Cobbler ribbon was wrapped around the center.  Next, I stamped the greeting onto the Very Vanilla oval with Cherry Cobbler ink and layered it on top of the Gold oval with Stampin' Dimensionals.  

The holly leaves were stamped with the holly images from the Holly Berry Happiness Photopolymer stamp set and punched out with the Holly Berry Builder punch.  You can buy these as a bundle and save 10% -- WooHoo!

Holly Berry Happiness Photopolymer Bunder
Catalog #143505   $31.50
Here is the inside of the card:

The greetings for the inside and outside of this card are from the Peace This Christmas stamp set in the Annual Catalog.  

Peace This Christmas stamp set
Catalog # 141570   $18.00 Clear Mount
Catalog # 141567   $25.00  Wood Mount
I hope you enjoyed this project!  Now, it is time to see what Missy has for us this month.  Just click HERE to go to her blog.

I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving this week, and enjoy your time with friends and family.  


Happy Stamping,

Here is the entire line-up for this month's blog tour:

Tracie Evans Langley Blog:
Anne Matasci permalink :
Heather Mathieson Blog:
Linda Moore Blog:
Janet Wakeland Blog:

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