Stampin’ Up! Very Merry

November 13, 2015

Happy Friday!  Hope your week went well!  Today’s card is based on the challenge from Global Design Project #10 and The Paper Players #270 color challenge.  I used the Boughs and Berries embossing folder on a piece of white card stock and adhered that to the black card base.  I added squares of some Holidays Fancy Foil DSP to some red squares and adhered them to a piece of black card stock.  The silver foil ornament is popped over some black glimmer paper.  Top it off with a black bow and a sentiment and there you have it.

Thank you for stopping by today and have a great weekend!



Stamp: And Many More Paper: Black, White, Black Glimmer Paper, Real Read, Holidays Fancy Foil DSP, Silver Foil  Ink: Memento Accessories: Delicate Ornament Die, Black Ribbon, Rhinestone, Boughs and Berries EF, Dimensionals

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5 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Very Merry

  1. Brian

    Kathie – These little squares of vellum are a perfect accent to this beautiful card. Love your incorporation of black into this beautiful card. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project sketch challenge – I’m glad you did.


  2. Donna

    The masculine card is so amaziing…going to make for Rick & Owen. Both hunters and both January birthdays. Thanks!
    P.S. love your other cards too! So talented!!!!


  3. LeAnne

    So very pretty! I have yet to play with the GDP, but I sure wish I had seen this sketch, I just love it! Your ornament is beautiful, especially with the vellum paper in the background and that classy bow! Thanks for playing with the Players this week!



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