My Stampin' Up! Classes

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Single stamp Wonderful Blessing for Christmas

 
This single Wonderful Blessing stamp is so pretty - and large! I used a Circle framelit to diecut it after stamping it in Early Espresso ink.

 
I went with an earthy feel for this card, using Early Espresso card stock that was run through the Big Shot in the Beautifully Baroque embossing folder (item 130917, $7.95), Natural Trim, a Basics Glimmer Brad, and Crumb Cake card stock for the main image. We're down to card 8 of 10 from my last Christmas 20-card class.
 
 
 
To order Stampin' Up! products, please visit my Online Store at http://therubberroom.stampinup.net. Use the hostess code this month - AKS76R6P - and you'll be entered into my October 1 drawing to win FREE hostess benefits.

And for those of you looking for the "KY" of my SPOOKY banner, don't fret. I'll take photos tomorrow and post those. My banner class is full October 5. Thanks!

 
I love these old mason jars and their zinc lids. I found a nice, old wire holder, and a full box of lids in great shape. These jars hold buttons, spools of thread, poker chips, marbles and more! To view more photos, please visit http://www.facebook.com/booth6goods. And have a great day!

2 comments:

Shawn Crawford said...

I just purchased this stamp (one for me and another as a gift for my sister), and your card has reminded me I MUST pull it out and play with it.

Thank you.

Cheryl said...

Terry, I love the Early Espresso you chose for this beautiful Christmas card.