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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

GDP065 and MCC10 Cabin in the Woods


Happy Wednesday, peeps!  Halfway through the week!  I was excited to see the color challenge at Global Design Project:


Of course, when I made my card, I used CHERRY COBBLER instead of Real Red....sigh.  I think I have Christmas overload brain!  But I like my card anyway, so I am entering it and that will be that! 

I have SO many Christmas stamps, sometimes I actually forget which ones I have!  This is one of them.....it's sort of a seasonal stamp that could be used for Christmas; it's from Inkadinkado, and I stamped it on Crumb Cake in Early Espresso and added some white watercolor pencil as well as white Craft ink in the snowy areas:



The background was stamped with a Stampendous Christmas background stamp in Tip Top Taupe, and I also stamped some pinecone images from an Artistic Outpost stamp set in Crumb Cake, then sponged the edges of everything!  I added some glitter to the snowy areas too:


For my glittery sprig, I diecut some Early Espresso cardstock with a Tim Holtz Greenery die, coated it with Versamark and Heat and Stick powder, heated it up,  then coated it with some Martha Stewart glitter:


Finally, I stamped a sentiment from Sweet & Sassy (Holiday Greetings) in the bottom corner!  


I am also entering this in the Merry Christmas Challenge, which is to make a snowy scene!  Thanks for popping in today!

Dana has been doing some part-time waitressing, and one of her customers gave her some money for Cassidy to spend, so she did some shopping at a craft show last weekend.  Of course, a cookie was high on the list, and it is a cute cookie, as far as cookies go:


Having no front teeth does not stop her from eating around it until she got to the most important part:


Yum!


 Enjoy your day & be blessed!




14 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous vintage Christmas card LeAnne! Love the red ribbon and glitter sprig, it really takes this card from beautiful to wow! Precious biscuit eating photo too - where there's a will, there's always a way, front teeth or not!

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  2. This card is absolutely beautiful! I love every single thing about it! Your granddaughter is so cute!

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  3. This is simply stunning, LeAnne. It's the perfect vintage card! The stamp is gorgeous and all your special touches sure took it to the next level of beautiful!

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  4. I would love to see your craft room. You have so many different stamps and supplies from various companies. This is a card I would treasure and wouldn't be able to give it away. You are not just a stamper, crafter...you are an artist. Cassidy is blessed to be starting to follow in your footsteps. Have a great day!

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  5. Just stunning...awesome to wake up seeing your artwork. Darlene

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  6. Wow! This is such a stunner LeAnne!!

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  7. "Saw a cabin in the woods. Little old man by the window stood. Saw a rabbit hopping up, knocking on his door!" Couldn't help but think of this old song, LeAnne! OH I want a week in your gorgeous cabin in the woods - indoor plumbing, is a must!! now I want a cookie!
    =]

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  8. What a perfect vintage Christmas card scene! I love the sparkly snow!

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  9. I could spend some time in that pretty little cabin in the woods!! You and Michele come too and we'll have a crafty weekend LOL!! PRETTY PRETTY card LeAnne and I happen to like it done up in your cherry cobbler!! Yummy little cookie!

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  10. Your card is gorgeous! Looks like an old fashioned Christmastime. Love the image, colors, and sparkle. Speaking of sparkle, Cassidy sure does shine.

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  11. WOW just beautiful!Thanks for joining us at the GLOBAL DESIGN PROJECT this week x

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  12. Can I be you when I grow up! This card is beautiful! I love the layout and the vintage feel but your glittery sprig - brilliant!

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  13. Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at TMCC, good luck!!! Amy DT

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