Hi everyone! It is shaping up to be a beautiful week here weather wise. I love the cool mornings. Riley loves it as much as I do! Every morning we go for our walk and even after an hour of walking she's ready to chase the soccer ball or jump after squirrels until I have to leave for work. We're all looking forward to the woods being accessible again, but it's a little early to venture in there yet.
The featured stamper on Splitcoast stampers this week was one that really captured my interest. I found so many cards to CASE from her gallery. I ended up making FOUR and still have more bookmarked! This is the first card I made and I based it off of THIS card in the gallery.
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I used this very unique Thank You Tree drawn by Michelle Bertuzzi for Squigglefly. I thought about sponging some green on the tree, but in keeping with the card I was CASING I decided not to. I just filled in a couple of the thank you words with red and blue Copic markers. I used a Fiskars border punch and printed the "For Everything" with my computer.
Now how about I share one of the Christmas cards we made at Saturday's Stamp a Stack?
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You can't go wrong by using red and green for Christmas can you? This uses Garden Green and Real Red card stock. The stamp images are from Stampin' Up! The Medallion is a really large stamp. Since all the elements to make the card are pre cut at these things, it was rather difficult to get the medallion directly in the center of the card stock piece. I found myself loving digis all the more while making these!
The Joy at Christmas image is from a set called Perfect Punches. We punched this out with a scalloped circle punch. I'm assuming all of the images in that stamp set fit a punch.
I'll share more of my Stamp a Stack cards with you throughout the week. Have a fabulous day, and thanks so much for stopping by today!