Friday, September 11, 2015


LeAnne Pugliese WeeInklings Washi Merry Christmas Stampin Up

Happy Friday, peeps!  I am busy prepping for my stamp club meeting tonight, so this card is short and sweet!  I have been very remiss in my Christmas card-making, so I used the sketch from CAS(e) This Sketch to use up some hoarded washi tape!  Here’s the sketch:

And here’s the card:

LeAnne Pugliese WeeInklings Washi Washi Merry Christmas stampin UP

My sentiment is from the new Christmas Greeting thinlits, and I cut the “merry” out three times, one each from Riding Hood Red, Mossy Meadow and Old Olive, then layered them atop the washi.  The enamel dots are also new from SU:


I love this look!  Thanks for popping by today!

These photos are lousy, but the little chef was helping make sausage and peppers!!  Yum!


Enjoy your day!


Christy Q said...

This is a fun card, LeAnne!!! And it's going into my CASE file as my mojo has taken a severe hit!

Denise Willerton said...

Sweet card LeAnne ~ love the Washi Tape know, I've never used mine...hmmm...better get that out, think I'll be CASEing this as well ~ enjoy your day :-)

Frenchie said...

Loved your card ,simple and pretty , that's my style, and that little chef is doing yummy salad , looks great , good chef and great Grandma , how's school going ?
Tfs, hugs Frenchie ,

mudmaven said...

OMG I love this card! Absolute stunner LeAnne! Where did you get that deer and the houndstooth washi tape and where has it been all my life? Looks like the little lady is going to be quite the cook. ~chris

Leigh Penner said...

I love your festive take on the sketch!

Lisa Elton said...

Great way to use of the nifty Washi, this is delightful!! Love the stacked sentiment too!

cricutwhenican said...

lovely, I am going to make a halloween version I believe with water colors and a Halloween die cut word from Stamps of Life, thanks for the inspiration.

Chrissy Larson said...

What a great helper you have! I love that washi tape and your card is just perfect!

donna mikasa said...

Love your festive take on the sketch!
And that is the cutest little chef I've ever seen!