The Clean and Simple Challenge on Splitcoaststampers as well as this week’s Stampin’ Sisters in Christ Challenge gave me the inspiration I’ve been needing to get started on my Christmas cards.  Yeah!

The design was inspired by Heather Telford’s beautiful cards.  She even has a step by step tutorial.  Gotta love that!

Thanks for dropping by today.  Happy Crafting!

——————————

Stamps: Waltzing Mouse ‘Festive Foliage’; PTI ‘Holiday Sparkle’; SU ‘Curly Cute’

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; SU Handsome Hunter

Inks: SU Sage Shadow, Handsome Hunter and Chocolate Chip; VersaMark

Accessories: Rhinestone; Gingham Ribbon; Clear Embossing Powder

18 Responses to “Peace and Good Cheer”

  1. What a gorgeous card, Susan! Wow, I’m impressed with your early holiday start.

  2. Liking them both. Amazing what one little change can do :)

  3. Oh, they’re lovely! I am trying to keep plugging along at ’em!

  4. GORGEOUS for the holidays Susan!!~

  5. Gorgeous stamping, Susan! I need to start mine. Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. The triple color stamping you did looks amazing!! I love the color combo you chose, and the single red gem looks perfect! I really like the ribbon and larger fonts on the 2nd card too! Lovely cards!

  7. Wow, these are gorgeous, Susan. Thanks for sharing such beautiful cards.

  8. These two are very pretty, Susan; you chose lovely shades of green and beautiful stamps. Thanks for your very kind words and link; you’ve inspired me to think about Christmas cards myself.

  9. Gorgeous stamping and such great highlighting, Beautiful cards!

  10. Beautiful cards, Susan. Thanks for sharing the link to the technique. I have to admit that I am a bit jealous! You are starting your Christmas cards for this year and I am still scrapping Christmas from last! Can’t wait to see what else you do.

  11. Oh, I love these! Such a beautiful effect, and Sage Shadow is one of my favorite old SU colors. I’m fascinated by Heather’s beautiful cards too. Hmmm, I haven’t ordered from Waltzing Mouse yet, but have been looking around there once in a while. You may have enabled me here . . . :o) Linda

  12. Love the resist cards Susan. Both are Beautiful! I may have to try something similar for my Christmas Card Club.

  13. Hi Susan, The cards are gorgeous. I love the colors and the depth of the images. I have about half of my cards done. A friend and I each make 6 of one design a month and share with each other. It keeps both of us on the path to less Christmas stress. Hope your week is going well.

  14. These are beautiful Susan. I need to get moving on mine.

  15. Your Christmas cards are gorgeous, Susan!!! The WM stamps you used are on my wish list and I loooove the colors and white embossing!!!

  16. OMG, great you started your Christmas cards – and started them so beautyfully!!! I should take you as a good sample….. and start as well!

  17. Christmas cards – you are a go-getter! Good for you. Lovely card – I love it! Thank you for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ.

  18. ACK!!! These are gorgeous! And they are OLC… wow, these are gorgeous.

Leave a Reply

(required)

(required)

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

© COPYRIGHT © and FTC Declaration

All content on my blog is COPYRIGHT © 2008-2017 Susan Roberts. Please don't copy any of my stuff for publication, design or contest submission. In accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255, I declare that I sometimes promote and/or endorse products that I currently receive or have received either for free or at a discount. That said, I won't ever recommend anything that I don't personally enjoy using or feel is a quality product.
© 2017 Rainy Day Creations Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha
Cookie Policy

Blog hosted by Splitcoaststampers Privacy Policy Cookie Policy