Happy Monday, peeps! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! The sun finally made an appearance yesterday and we had a lovely Easter service and a delicious potluck at my nephew's!
I thought I would share the original card I made for the Paper Player's paper piecing challenge yesterday, but decided it wasn't CAS enough! I used the CAS(E) this Sketch sketch for my layout:
And since I am really behind on my Christmas cards, decided to use an ornament stamp from an old Waltzingmouse stamp set for my creation:
I stamped the ornament on a scrap of Authentique's Christmastime paper, but the black Stazon didn't really show up very well. Since I used my Stamparatus to stamp it, I cleaned off the stamp, re-stamped it with some Versamark ink, then heat-embossed it with some black embossing powder! Much better! I did the same on some Brushed Silver cardstock for the ornament top, then fussy-cut them both out and mounted them on an embossed panel:
My sentiment banner is from a couple of different diecuts, and I stamped a little snowflake from a past Paper Pumpkin kit on each end just for fun!
A few family pix from yesterday:
And Cassidy couldn't wait to hold Sawyer...although he doesn't like to be held very long!
Thanks for popping it...enjoy your day and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Stamps||Waltzingmouse Stitched Christmas Ornaments (ret), Paper Pumpkin (ret)|
|Card stock & Papers||Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Brushed Silver (ret), Christmastime DSP (Authentique)|
|Ink||Stazon, Versamark, Riding Hood Red (ret)|
|Tools||Big Shot, Heat Tool, Black Embossing Powder, Perfect Polka Dot EF (ret), Ribbon Banner Die (Concord & 9th), November Small Die of the Month (Spellbinders)|