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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Scrapbook Boutique- Hero Arts Christmas Wreath

I have another christmas/holiday addition for you, and to boot another 2 cards for 'Robyn's Christmas card challenge!
I saw this stamp on someone's blog (for the life of me can't remember where!) and was inspired to buy it, there was definately alot of arm twisting-lol!!
Most of the goodies for these 2 can be found at Scrapbook Boutique, the Hero Arts stamp sets are temporarily out of stock but will be back again soon.  If you go to the Scrapbook boutique site you can click the envelope and be notified when they arrive- how easy is that!!
anyhoo enough blabbering from me, I have christmas presents to wrap

The Recipe:
Cardstock: Cream, Rouge
Stamps: Hero Arts ‘Holiday Sayings’ & Wreath of Leaves
Inks: Distress Ink - Crushed Olive & Memento Rhubarb Stalk
Accessories: Liquid pearls – Ruby Red, Gold brads


the Recipe:
Cardstock: Kraft
Stamps: Hero Arts ‘Holiday Sayings’ & Wreath of Leaves
Accessories: White embossing powder, Twine, button, 1/4" Circle Hand punch, Liquid pearls – Ruby Red

Thanks for stopping by
Happy Stamping


Marisa said...

Wonderful wreath and wonderful cards showcasing it :)

Shelley Germann said...

Very pretty! I love the resist card, super idea! It's one of my fave techniques! As absent as I have been on blogging scene, they is no way I should know this but did you see this stamp on Kristina Werner's site? I think she used this for a Make a Card Monday???

Jay Gee said...

Great card Sue! I love how you have created two different looks with the same stamp. I think my favorite is the one stamped in white :)

Christina said...

Both of these cards are so beautiful, Sue! The wreath stamp is gorgeous, and I especially love the liquid pearls you added for the berries.

Joy said...

Fantastic cards Sue, love the two different looks that you gave to these sweet Christmas cards, super beautiful!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa) said...

Both are seriously STUNNING! I love how the first one packs a punch with a striking image on white, and the perfect sponging on the second...and ohhh.... twine & button, who needs more?!

Angela said...

wow! love this!!!

Laurie said...

These are sooo pretty! I just love those wreaths!