Wednesday, December 4, 2013



Just a quick post today, boy, the season got busy all of a sudden!!  Like I didn’t know it was coming!  The Just Us Girls had a Wild Card challenge/inspiration---one layer with a winter theme:

I just received this sweet little hostess set, Warmth & Wonder, and I couldn’t help doing some masking, sponging and embossing:

LeAnne Pugliese WeeInklings JUGS 217 Christmas Card Stampin Up

Of course, I didn’t stamp my tree exactly straight and even, so I balanced it (I hope) with the sentiment, some silver snowflakes and a pretty silver ribbon.  The sponging was done with Pool Party and Coastal Cabana; the words are Bermuda Bay.  I heat embossed the tree with white EP and then added some glitter:


It was done on Shimmery White cardstock which gives it an extra shine!  And the inside:


Have a happy day!



  1. LeAnne I love the sparkle on the tree! Ii bet Cassidy knows exactly what is going on this year!!

  2. Such a sweet card LeAnne!!! TFS ~ have a wonderful day with the pic's. Keep them coming :-) ((hugs))

  3. Beautiful, LeAnne! I think you master every type of card style there is!

  4. That tree is fabulous! Love the sparkle. Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls.

  5. Beautiful one layer creation! I love that tree with it's gorgeous sparkle. I think the tree looks great a little off center with the way you stamped the sentiment. Thanks for playing with us at JUGS!

  6. LeAnne, I love coming by your blog and seeing your wonderful work! This one is no exception! Nice job as always! Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls.

  7. What a pretty little tree this is LeAnne and I love the sparkle! Cute little face peeking through that cookie cutter!

  8. Oh, I love that gorgeous sparkly tree. Beautiful choice of really is lovely! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!

  9. So sweet.....I love this little tree.......


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