Sunday, October 9, 2016

Season of Joy for Sunday Stamps

Happy Sunday...and happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canadians!! I hope you are spending this long weekend celebrating with those you love. Speaking of celebrating, my hubby and I are marking our 13th wedding anniversary today. I'll post the card I made for his tomorrow, so be sure to stop by.
Today marks a new colour challenge over at Sunday Stamps. It is a fabulous neutral pallette that is perfect for fall.

Here is my take on this challenge for the Design Team:

I decided to go with a Christmas card that could easily be made as a thanksgiving  project with a change in the die-cut sentiment. I used the Wondrous Wreath stamp set, stamping the wreath image in Crumb Cake ink. I then added the accent leaves heat embossed in yummy!

I used the Wonderful Wreath framelits to die-cut the word "Joy" from copper foil sheets. The stamped portion of the sentiment is from the Holly Jolly Greetings stamp set and is stamped in Early Espresso ink on Very Vanilla card stock. The background panel is a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Very Vanilla card stock, embossed with the Cable Knit dynamic TIEF...even yummier! I embellished my wreath with a bit of burlap ribbon, tied with some linen thread and a couple of mini pinecones. The berries on the wreath are basic pearls that I coloured with a brown Sharpie.

On the inside I added another piece of Very Vanilla card stock on which I stamped sentiments from the Holly Jolly Greetings stamp set in Early Espresso and Crumb Cake ink. I added a bit of texture with the confetti image from the stamp set, stamped off in Crumb Cake ink.

Be sure to check out the gorgeous projects by the rest of the Design Team and then give this colour challenge a try. We'd love to see your creation! Have a super Sunday!

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  1. Cute take on the sketch! Love that wreath.

  2. Such a lovely card. I love the beautiful texture the embossing folder gives to the background.

  3. Leena, this is just fabulous! I love the embossed background and the gorgeous wreath! The burlap ribbon and mini pinecones are fantastic embellishments! XX


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