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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Peaceful Christmas

Happy Tuesday, peeps!  Hope you're safe and sound if you're on the east coast....we certainly don't need the trials of a hurricane amidst all our other issues!  I think stamping is a good way to take our minds off things, don't you?  I found an interesting sketch at the Christmas Card Throwdown, and the Jingle Belles want us to use up our holiday "leftovers"!


I have a LOT of scraps!!!  I rummaged a few scraps of Wrapped in Plaid DSP pieces from last year, along with some gold glimmer paper to start my card today; speaking of glimmer paper, this is my bag of glimmer paper scraps....I save every teeny weeny piece, because they're good for little stars, or hearts, or anything!  


So here's my "leftovers" card:


I used a new-to-me Altenew die to cut out four ornaments (and gold glimmer paper tops) from the plaid DSPs.  I arranged them on a card a wee bit wider than 4 1/4" square and then added a banner and sentiment:


Another scrap of gold foil paper was embossed with the (retired) Tufted embossing folder and adhered to the bottom; it looked a little plain, so I added some Cherry Cobbler twine, using the "one-hole bow" method so that it won't slide off.  You can see a tutorial HERE. 


Another Christmas card for my stash!  Thanks so much for popping in today!

Cassidy passed her written karate test with a score of 100%!  Woohoo!


Enjoy your day and be blessed!


Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Festive Silhouettes (Altenew)
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Gold Glimmer, Gold Foil, Wrapped in Plaid DSP (ret)
 Ink Cherry Cobbler
Accessories Cherry Cobbler Twine (ret), Mini Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Bitty Banners Die (ret), Tufted EF (ret), Festive Silhouettes Dies (Altenew)

11 comments:

Mrs H said...

Well done Cassidy!!! A fabulous result!

Love the way you have uses the sketch on your card
Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner

I Card Everyone said...

There are many days that I wish I could go to bed and it would be December when I woke up … I'm weary of all of it, aren't you? Isaias can go blow away, too!
Thanks for this pretty wake up this morning - even if it isn't Christmas, there's always room for Christmas in my heart!
=]

Bonnie said...

A great way to use some of those leftover bits, LeAnne! love the plaid ornaments with the glittery caps! Way to go, Cassidy!

Kampin' Karen said...

I'm glad to know I am not alone in keeping itty bitty scraps of gold! What a wonderful card for the challenges. Congrats to Miss C!

Lisa Elton said...

Those snippets made the perfect toppers for your ornaments! This is charming LeAnne. Way to go Cassidy, congrats on a perfect score!

Tracy Grauer said...

I like how you used your scraps. Beautiful card! And yes, every little piece of glimmer I save also! LOL! Good job, Cassidy!

Wendy said...

WooHoo! Great job, Miss Cassidy!! She's worked hard for that! Love your adorable Christmas card, LeAnne! That paper is beautiful in itself but the pops of gold just make it stand out even more! And those ornaments....they are perfect! Love it! I hope by now the storm has cleared out of your area? The sun is shining here and things are drying up. We really needed that rain!

Colleen Begley said...

I love this get, LeAnne! Very creative for the sketch. Congrats to Cass too.

Linda Callahan said...

Oh you made all those bits and pieces add up to one stylish holiday card! Love it!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Very festive with the reds, greens and plaid - love the gold embossed strip too!

Janice M said...

What a gorgeous Christmas card! Love the touches of gold specially the embossed strip at the bottom. Great way to use up the scraps too.