Happy sunday everyone!
Hope you have had a wonderful weekend! Wow! I can't believe we have had two whole days below 90 degrees! Yesterday we had a little outing with some friends. We drove to a little town in Indiana and enjoyed a delightful lunch and a little sightseeing! Since hubby's eye surgery (detached retina) I have been the chauffeur for the past month. DH won't be able to drive for at least another month! His eye sight is getting better everyday. We are truly thankful for that.
I have been negligent in posting some of my cards. So I thought I would do one big posting today!
My first card is for todays Featured Stamper Sallie (hobbydejour)! A well deserved honor! Sallie has a gorgeous gallery!
Thee lovely Rubbernecker image was colored using SU markers, spritzed with water and stamped. I then embossed image using a versapen and clear embossing powder! The image was cut out and framed using Spellbinders Nesties. The background was embossed using a Sizzix e/f. The decorative border was done using a Spellbinder's diecut! TFL!
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This was for Jeannie's F4A31 challenge to use scallops!
This was also to honor Carla (cmsuto)! Anne Ryan's QFTD28 Challenge!
Carla is not only a talented stamper, she is one of the sweetest on SCS.
The lovely trees are from Rubbernecker's "Evergreen Tree Set". After stamping trees they were colored using copics and then embossed using a versamark pen and clear embossing powder. The background was stippled and the sun was done using a 3/4" punch to make template. Spellbinder's Nesties were used for scalloped frame and Spellbinder's diecut was used to scallop the border!
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Julia challenged us to create a holiday card! I chose to do a Christmas Card.
I had more fun creating this sweet card. I think it would be perfect for a little one for Christmas!
The cute image is Rubbernecker's "Elf Train"! I stamped the image twice and colored with copics. I then cut the front of the second stamped train apart an popped it up.
Thanks for stopping by! It's always good to see you! Hugs!