I know you don't really think of brown for Christmas so you could make this a non Christmas card - just change the sentiment and don't use the stars on top of the trees. But for me, I don't mind brown on my Christmas cards - it gives it a woodland, natural look.
I used the Pennant Parade stamp set and coordinating Petite Pennants Builder Punch to make the trees. The stamp set includes a cute little flower pot to use with the trees but I wanted plain ole tree trunks so I used cardstock that I cut myself.
Can you believe I forgot I even had the Very Vanilla Stitched Velvet Ribbon??! It is found in the Holiday Mini. Well I pre-ordered it, used it a few times, and then it "disappeared". I suspect a certain furry, purry critter was playing with it. lol. So out of sight, out of mind I guess! Anyway, I am so glad I found it because it really is a lovely ribbon.
After I made the card and stepped back to look at it I felt it needed something in the upper left corner. I had a piece of embossed cardstock in my stash so I punched a circle from it, trying to center the medallion type image. Voila, a moon!
Stamps: Pennant Parade, Woodgrain background
Paper: Crumb Cake, Wild Wasabi, Very Vanilla, Mocha Morning Specialty dsp, Chocolate Chip cardstock
Ink: Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi
Accessories: Basic Pearls, Corner rounder Punch, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Punch, Petite Pennants Builder Punch, Circle punch, Big Shot, Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, sponge, Very Vanilla Stitched Velvet Ribbon (Holiday Mini)
Happy Saturday, Happy Stamping!