Sunday, July 17, 2016

Christmas in July- Journey Blog Hoppers

Hello and thanks for stopping by.   Welcome to our Fun Stampers Journey Blog Hoppers "Christmas in July " Blog Hop!
I'm so happy you're hoppin' along! If you arrived here from Ruth Cooper's blog, you're on the right track. If not, that's ok too! Just continue the hop and you'll come full circle!
Christmas is my favorite holiday.  I couldn't resist being a part of this Hop this month.  Here is the card I created:

The card base is Whip Cream Cardstock.  I then took a piece of Cranberry Bliss Cardstock cut at 5 x 4 and distressed the edges with my scissors.

I then cut a piece of Cool Pool Cardstock at 4 3/4 x 3 3/4 and used the Winter Wonderland Stencil and Journey Modeling Paste to create the first layer of my background.  After, I let it dry overnight, I splattered some Cool Pool Silk over the top.  Then I took my Silver PanPastel and rubbed a light coat over the whole piece.
I added the two layers to the card and tied a Cool Pool Satin Ribbon Bow around the card.  I then tied a Holiday Cord bow on top.
The Christmas Tree is from the new Christmas Trim ATS from the Holiday Catalog.  I stamped it on Whip Cream Cardstock with Black Licorice ink.  I then colored some of the "ornaments" with Cranberry Bliss Silk and Rhinestones.
I added the tree to the card using foam squares.  I then stamped the sentiment from the Christmas Trim, with Cranberry Bliss ink on Whip Cream Cardstock.  I  distress the edges with the scissors, then took some more of the Silver PanPastel to the top of this piece.  I adhered this piece to the card using the Journey Stapler.  Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by.  Now, hop on over to Betsye's blog and continue the hop.  If you get lost, here is the list of blogs in the hop:
 
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Martha Jackson     http://www.marthajstamps.com/





8 comments:

  1. Love your card! I definitely need that stencil!

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    1. Yes, it is very fun. Thanks Betsye

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  2. That stencil is now on my wish list!! Absolutely love your card! Very elegant!

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    1. Thank you Carol. I love the way it turned out.

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  3. Such a pretty card. The Holiday Cord is a really nice touch on top of the bow. I never think to add a bit more like that, so thanks for the inspiration. And...I guess now I'm gonna HAVE to get that stencil!! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I love to build colors. Thanks Wilma.

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  4. beautiful and elegant! Love your card. Thanks for joining the Hop! :D

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  5. Lovely! I will have to play with my stencil soon.

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