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Fa La La La

Updated: This card was featured on SNR Universe and published in the January 2010 edition of Scrapbook News & Reviews

Happy Saturday! I spent the day with my daughter and we had a great time. (Except she wanted to listen to Christmas songs all day.) We actually got to see some of Santa's reindeer. Check out Vixen. Isn't she cute? We got to pet her a little bit. I could not believe how soft she was.
All the Christmas songs must have sunk in because "Deck the Halls" has been running through my head endlessly this evening. Although I started this card yesterday, I now knew how I wanted to finish it up. I used
Beate's Weekend Sketch Challenge #107 (WSC107) and the Dare U 2 Digistamp Challenge #26 to use glitter. I also used a faux stitching digital stamp (details below) as a guide for my paper piercer and then used my Chocolate Chip SU marker for the stitching. This is the for Little C's Stamp N' Scrap Hawaii challenge to use stitching (faux stitching is okay). I used my Cricut to cut several of the snowflakes out of scraps of the kraft cs and then used my Xyron to stick them together. I do not have any chipboard on hand and wanted to make it a little thicker.




The beautiful ornaments are from
Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Christmas Potpourri Digital Stamp Set. These stamps are available for immediate download on MyGraphico or in her Shop Handmade store where the every day special is spend $5 and get a free digital stamp.


While you are checking blogs, you might want to check out the blog candy being offered by
Three Clovers Design.

I'll be back Monday with my Lindsay's Stamp Stuff DT post. I hope to see you then!


Supplies:
Christmas Potpourri Digital Stamp Set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff
My Mind's Eye Signature Christmas designer paper
Paper Basics kraft cardstock from Papertrey
Stampin' Up ink
Ranger Tea Dye distress ink
Diamond Stickles
Sakura Gelly Roll pen - clear glitter & silver glitter pens
Angel's Landing Faux Stitched Borders digi stamps
SU Chocolate Chip marker
Cricut Accent Essentials cartridge (for snowflake)
Stampin' Up Mellow Moss cardstock

Comments

Wow, you are workin those stamps this week girl! Love this;)
Dawn said…
Your card is FAB! I love the color palette you chose!

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