Wednesday, December 17, 2014

'Twas the night before Christmas


Hello all!  I am finally getting around to sharing cards that I had made in October, before life became so crazy-busy.  This Christmas creation went to the shop a while back.  Fingers crossed that it sold!


I was in my Mellow Moss phase, having used up a bit of my cardstock stash during the time I made this.  The sentiment-on-a-scroll stamp from Stampabilities was a gift from my friend, Benzi, a few years ago.  Love the vintage vibe of it, and I think it pairs well with the ornament and holly die cuts from K & Co., and the old book page.






Thanks so much for giving me a bit of your time today.  I know extra time is especially precious right now! 







Stamps: sentiment - Stampabilities Paper: Mellow Moss, cream - SU; vintage book page; green marble - Old World stack - DCWV Ink: Close to Cocoa - SU; Frayed Burlap - Ranger Fibers: Mottle Brown seam binding - Hug Snug - The Zipper Stop Accessories & Tools: Metallic Gold sequins - MJ Trimming; ornaments, holly die cuts - K & Co.

12 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous! I loveeeeeee the colors and the ornaments!!!!

Lisa said...

I would say you have no worries that this little beauty sold!!

Deepti said...

This looks stunning :) I love all the fab layers here and of course the colors are soooo perfect

S. Thomas said...

Gorgeous, Colleen! Love the bow at the top and its vintage feel.

Kara Lynne said...

So pretty, Colleen, I love how you used the old book page in your vintage style.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome design - those colors sing Christmas!

Leslie Miller said...

Beautiful! Sold! I'd pick it up in a heart beat!

Martha Herrera said...

Beautiful card, Colleen! I think I got the idea of using an old book page from you.. :)

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!!! LOVE it!

lisa808 said...

Looks like an immediate seller to me :) Who could pass up that pretty bow?!?!?

Stella said...

I bet it's sold:) It's gorgeous. I love that shade of green; perfect for a christmas card. Fab idea to use an old bookpage for that banner!
XX

Karin Åkesdotter said...

WOW!! How do you do it???? This is sooo Beautiful!!!

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