Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop – Christmas Trees
Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree …. something tells me the Latte Girls are going to inspire you with Christmas trees today. Now, this Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop – Christmas Trees will probably give you cause to spend some money on Stampin’ Up! product (which can be purchased from my Online Store) you need to buy from the Holiday Catalogue 🙂 Make sure you check all the blogs in the hop:
- Leonie Schroder
- Libby Dyson – You Are Here
- Narelle Fasulo
- Sandie Morthern
Here’s my Christmas Tree Project for this week:
This card uses the Ready For Christmas Photopolymer Stamp Set with Thinlits Bundle which saves you 10% when buying as a bundle than if you buy each product individually. The cute bits and pieces in this set make it worth buying. Just look at that dog trying it’s best to get its paws on those cookies left out for Santa.
The Christmas Tree is stamped in Garden Green on Pear Pizzazz card. I’ve added some pine leaves in Wild Wasabi to the front of the tree. I then added the ornaments.
Ready For Christmas?
The tree is cut with the corresponding thinlit die. I stamped the greeting on the inside of that panel. You can use the pine bough from the stamp set to stamp on the outside of the envelope. It corresponds to the one on the top of the stair banister on the front of the card.
The banister bough is stamped in Garden Green on Pear Pizzazz. All the elements are stamped in Basic Black Archival ink. I used an Aqua Painter to colour them in their various colours. The Shimmery White card I used to cut the elements worked well for this card.
One last look at the tee with its enticing hall table with cookies for Santa and gifts beneath the tree. I love Christmas. Do you? I love all the family being around. It’s wonderful to watch the look on my Grand Children’s faces as they open their gifts. A special time of year.
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you come back again soon to see what else I have to share.
Remember, your creativeness is only limited by your imagination. Keep smiling and until next we share…
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