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Great Impressions Stamps–Santa Wishes

Hello!  Happy Monday!   Did you check if you were one of the lucky “Guess the Christmas Carol” winners?    If not, you might want to check the Great Impressions Stamps blog.  As most of you guessed, the carols that inspired my projects was “Santa Claus is Coming To Town”. 

I have another Christmas card to share with you this week.   This week I used Santa Wishes (G444) from Great Impressions Stamps and gave the chalkboard technique a try.

 

2013-11-11 GI Chalkboard WM

What do you think?  I love this technique and can’t wait to give it another try.

Don’t forget to join the November challenge at the Great Impressions Stamps blog.    This month we are challenging you to use create a holiday card or tag .  You can link your holiday creation and check out the challenge rules at the Great Impressions Stamps blog.

Have a great week!  Thank you for stopping by!

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Santa Wishes (G444) from Great Impressions Stamps
  • Inks:  Stampin’ Up Whisper White Craft ink
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS, Paper Studios black CS, Bazzill Basics red CS, Simple Stories 25 Days of Christmas 6x6 paper pad, scrap green CS
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Heat tool, Stampin’ Up photo corner punch
  • Embellishments:  May Arts burlap twine, misc. buttons, Recollections snow embossing powder

Challenges:

Comments

Desire Fourie said…
Loving the vintage feel on this Christmas creation, Cheryl. Great touch with the button and twine.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}
Jenny said…
Fun card Cheryl! I love the chalkboard technique....and one of these days I'm going to find the time to actually try it :)
Lisa Lynn said…
Cheryl, love the Santa image and the chalkboard technique. Your card is adorable.
Sandra H said…
This is gorgeous Cheryl x
Sara I. said…
Beautiful Cheryl ! So inspiring!
Stunning design and image. Thank You so much for joining us this week and sharing your fabulous project with us. Good Luck and Tons of Hugs, Dangina
OMGosh fabulous image and I love the great design! Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!
Sheila H said…
Your chalkboard card definitely evokes an antique look. It's quite appealing. The button and twine add nice texture. Thanks for visiting with us at 613 Avenue Create.
Ingrid Mason said…
Cheryl, I really like the chalkboard technique used with this Santa image - takes me back a good few years because chalkboard seem to have been replaced by more modern 'tools'. Your background colouring and embellishments add such beauty and warmth to this card. Good luck in our challenge this week. Ingrid xx (OSAAT Team)
Ceal said…
Fabulous card! I love that technique,
Thanks for joining us at Loves Rubberstamps for our anything goes challenge.
I just love the vintage feel to this card Cheryl. The papers you used a stunning too. What a lovely creation. Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week. Good luck.

Lynn, DT OSAAT
http://onestitchatatimechallenge.blogspot.ca/
Planetsusie said…
Hi Cheryl - what a great card - must admit I haven't seen the chalkboard technique so I will do a quick search on t'internet and have a look! Love to see red and beige together.

Thank you for playing with us at OSAAT this week, please come back again soon.

Hugs to you Sue Pxxx DT member
Debbie said…
Super card thank you for entering our Challenge over at Sweet Stampin' Good Luck. Debbiex
carol said…
Lovely Christmas card, thanks for joining in with our challenge at CRAFT x carol
Sherry Hickey said…
Great chalkboard Santa and vintage pennants/button/twine treatment! Thanks for joining us at Sugar Creek Hollow this time!
BethieJ said…
BEAUTIFUL Card!!!
I saw it on MIM!!
Have a GREAT day!
BethieJ
MIM #44
verybellemakes said…
This is a fabulous Christmas card! Chalkboard can look so effective...and this is a great example :) Thank you for sharing at One Stitch At A Time and good luck in the challenge.

Victoria (DT OSAAT)
Kerry Hocking said…
Delightful work, thank you for sharing with us over at MIM, Hugs Kerry DT xx
Audrey Pettit said…
Ooh, what a great Santa and such a perfect image to use with the chalkboard technique! Love how it turned out and super fab design, too! Absolutely adore how you did the sentiment on this one!
Absolutely gorgeous card, I love your papers and the chalkboard effect image!

Thank you for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge Blog!

Sheena
xxx
kenli said…
Amazing card, so love the colours, great makes all of them . Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challendges.
Miss Emerald said…
Lovely vintage Christmas card! Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenges. Good luck and hope you'll join us again.
Lovely card and great technique - perfect for our challenge this week. Thank you for sharing and joining in with the fun at Sweet Stampin’ this week and good luck. Hugs Janine xx
Pia S said…
I love how this Santa turned out using chalk technique. The layout is great, with the decorative banner and twine and ticket. Original and pretty! I spotted your card on MIM.
Great Christmas card, loving the santa
Thanks for joining in our challenge over at The Crafty Bloggers Network
Crafty Hugs
Kelly- DT
xxx
Beautiful and unique card.
Thanks for playing at OSAAT.
DT Nataliya
Totally loving the vintage feel of this card and the chalkboard santa
Jo said…
Love that Santa & the chalkboard technique looks great.....can't wait to give it a try! Thanks for joining us over at Crafty Calender this time & good luck!
hugs Jo x

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