Happy Monday, everyone! It's back to the regular routine, right? I, for one, had such a relaxing holiday, it's going to take me more than one day to get back into the swing of things! I am getting right back into the groove of making Christmas cards so I don't get caught short for 2016, and I am using the Pals Paper Arts sketch and the Christmas Card Challenge colors.
After looking at the photo of my card, I realize my "brown" panel has more than a touch of green in it! But at least my ribbon and sentiment follow that neutral brown! Here we go:
I don't think I got a chance to use this vintage Santa from C9 Stamps last year, so I inked him up in Cherry Cobbler and stamped the Linen background in Sahara Sand, then sponged the edges:
I used SU's new Timeless Textures to do some background stamping and then added a Waltzingmouse sentiment on my Authentique Two Christmases in One DSP.
My final touch was some Champagne glimmer paper punched branches, a Soft Suede ribbon and a few sequins!
I got Cassidy a potholder loom for Christmas! She did really well with it (besides goofing around)!
It was fun to watch Dana teach her how to do it, as Dana remembers making these as well! When I was little, I made loom potholders and sold them for 50 cents in my Pop Pop's florist shop. The money I earned, I spent at the Wildwood, NJ, boardwalk, when my Nan would take us on vacation! What treasured memories! Enjoy your day!