Nov 21, 2014

Snowflakes and pine boughs

Happy Friday! I have another Christmas Card to share today, using stamps from 
I found the inspiration for this card on pinterest.


I started out by heat embossing the pine boughs and snowflakes onto white card stock. Then I inked it up with tea dye distress ink. The large stamp Glorious Song was then stamped onto the paper using tea dye ink. Layered the snowflakes and added a little button with silver twine to the center. This was then adhered to the white card base, and I stamped the sentiment on the bottom portion of the card

Products used:
(all stamps by JFF)

Thanks for visiting,
and stay warm!!

12 comments:

  1. A lovely design Ellie, have a good weekend x Susan x

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  2. very simple...but elegant. lovely card! :)

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  3. Beautiful card Ellie, I like the design and the colours
    Kevin xx

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  4. Love the subtle dimension on this beautiful card Ellie.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  5. This is so warm, it glows, Ellie! I love the faded musical background and the golden tones with the turquoise! Thank you so much for coming by to see me and for following me and leaving me some love! It's my pleasure to return the flavor! I hope to see you again soon!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. Those pine needles look so real and the background is beautiful!! Thanks for visiting me and following me, because now I've found you!! Have a wonderful weekend!! Hugs, Char

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  7. So beautiful. The tea dyed paper with the Glorious song stamp looks like dp.

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  8. Oh my goodness this is so gorgeous! Such beautiful inking and I love the collage feel to it! Lovely work!

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  9. Oh wow, this is absolutely stunning!! I love the design!! The background looks amazing!! That snowflake is gorgeous!! What a beautiful card - I love, love it!! Have a great evening :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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