The projects are designed by fellow Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrators from around the world.
You may have joined me from Angie's blog or perhaps you are starting your journey here with me. I hope you like our creations and that they give you inspiration.
For my decoration I choose to stamp onto a wooden slice using the Peaceful Cabin Stamp set from the July - December Mini Catalog. I was a bit hesitant to begin with using inks in this way and my first attempt was a bit wonky when I hung it up I forgot to center the hole at the top but to the side.
Here is my second attempt and I love how it turned out, the inks I used were - Early Espresso, Old Olive, Smoky Slate, Coastal Cabana. Although the Cabin set has trees in it they where a little big so I used one from the Evergreen Elegance Stamp set.
For the sentiment I used a Stampin' write Marker on a retired stamp. To make the snow appear to glisten I painted it carefully with Wink of Stella. And to hang it on the tree I used a piece of Real Red Double Satin Ribbon.
As I was so pleased at how it turned out, I'm using it as a project at my Christmas workshop this weekend.
The Stampin' Up! supplies used to create this card can be ordered via my Online store here. Don't forget to use this month's hostess code which can be found in the side bar, to receive a little something from me, if you order is under £150.
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