Monday, November 9, 2015

Stockings Were Hung

Hi, it is Shirley posting today.  I am sharing a Christmas card I made for the #110 challenge to use red, white and a touch of green plus add a stocking or mitten.

I layered my white card base with a piece of beautiful red foil from the Textured Patterns 1 paper pack. Next I embossed the next white layer using the Dots embossing folder.

I cut three white wreaths using the Impression Obsession Twig Wreath. I glued them together using Art Institute Dries Clear Adhesive.

I used the PoppyStamps Stocking Garland die to cut the stockings and the holly. I used scrap pieces of the Foil paper to make them. I save every little piece of this beautiful paper for small items like these.

I felt like my card needed something else, so I chose to use the Impression Obsession Tied Line die to add a little spice to the lower corner. I added a White Pearl to the center of the bow.

I hope you plan on joining us for the challenge! See you there.

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irishgreensue said...

Shirley, your choice to use foil on your card makes it truly AMAZING!! The triple cut wreath adds such dimension, especially against the dotted white layer on top of the red foil! Love the green foil holly leaves and red foil topped stockings hung with care! The tiny die in the lower corner was MADE to be there! Great card!

Kathy Bradley said...

Shirley's card is gorgeous and elegant, as always and the die and foil paper are lovely.