Good morning! I've been busily working on Christmas designs for our upcoming Stamp-a-Stack (see THIS post for details). Here is one I came up with which was inspired by the Stampin' Royalty sketch found HERE. I'm trying to keep this simple so had to leave a few details off but the design was definitely driven by that sketch.
I wish the picture could do this one justice- I think it is so pretty in person with the tiny little rhinestone at the top of the tree and the texture of the Woodgrain background on the Early Espresso card base. In my mind this card kind of tells a story- which might be why I like it so much. Our family has some neat memories, thanks to my mom, of going to the tree farm and selecting the perfect tree to take home for Christmas. We'd have so many laughs and stories to tell by the time we got home- including little pranks the FSILs (favorite-son-in-laws) liked to play!
So here is another picture in my attempt to get the best shot- neither is what I was hoping for but you get the idea. If you'd like to see it in person (and maybe make one just like it) then be sure to sign up for our Christmas Stamp-a-Stack coming up on October 29th.
Stop back tomorrow for another potential SAS card... and maybe a scrapbook page or two (I've gotten 12 done recently I could share).
Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Lovely As a Tree, Many Merry Messages, Woodgrain background
Colors: Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green
Accessories: rhinestone, Very Vanilla ink, Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon, linen thread, Modern Label punch