Another Christmas Card I made - it's Christmas, but the sentiment could easily be traded out for something else.
There is nothing difficult about this card, it's just a little time consuming with markering (is that a word?) up the stamp each time. That's why I always stamp twice before reinking cause it stretches the ink/marker! Once I randomly stamped the pine branches from Autumn Days stamp set around the edge of the card, I added the sentiment. I suppose you could stamp the saying first. Sure! Why not? And if you are really nervous about messing up, just use a Stamp-a-ma-jig!
A little Dazzling Diamond Glitter gives it some winter frosty sparkle and then some simple trim adds just enough ta da!
I used Naturals Ivory cardstock for this card. I used to use it ALL the time but got away from it - not sure why. So it was sheer pleasure to use it again. Mental note to self: Use Natural Ivory cardstock more! It is so perfect for nature kind of cards and it is not as "brown" as Crumb Cake and not as "vanilla" as Very Vanilla. Plus it is a nice heavy weight AND best of all it is cheaper than Very Vanilla! How can that be you say? I am not sure, but it is a dollar cheaper for the same amount (40 sheets)!
Stamps: Seasonal Sentiments (Holiday Mini) and Autumn Days
Paper: Naturals Ivory, Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi markers and ink
Accessories: Victoria Crochet Trim, Button, Twine, Scallop Trim Border Punch, Dazzling Diamond Glitter
Hope you have a wonderful creative day!