Monday, September 30, 2013

Scandavian Blog Hop...

Welcome to another month of SOTM Goodness!!!'s October already!!!!  Is it just me or does time fly faster the older you

If you've come from Teresa's Blog, you're on the right track...and you've probably already seen how CUTE and "Christmasy" this stamp set is BUUUUUUTT I'm gonna show you!

Here's what I did with it...a standard-sized card using a couple of paper packets and the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge!

I'm hoping from this picture you can see that the Colonial White Cardstock piece that has the ornament cut out from it is pop-dotted for dimension.  The ornament that is stamped is adhered directly to the card base.

And...once I get my NEW Sparkle & Shine Paper Packet from the CTMH Holiday Guide, these little beauties will be used to make something I'm extra excited about!  You'll have to check back in a few days to see what it is!

You can access the CCR file here...I created the file after I cut the card so it might not be exactly like this card but it's close enough.  Cut your Colonial White Cardstock piece at 5-1/2" x 2-5/8" and line it up at the very edge and top of your mat.

Thanks for stopping by!

Here's a look at the key...

Now hop on over to Haley's Blog and check out what she's done with this stamp set...I know you're gonna love it!
Products Used:
Huntington Paper Packet (Huntington Green B&T)
Sarita Paper Packet (Goldrush Polka Dot)
Colonial White Cardstock
Red Shimmer Tape
Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge
Ruby, Topiary & Desert Sand Ink
Burlap Ribbon 
Inspiration for this card can be found {{{HERE}}}


Haley D. said...

Your card is really pretty!

Michelle Stewart said...

I love the card, and the detail, it really is lovely work.

Sheila Bennett said...

Really like the ornament cut-out on the front flap.

Jean M. said... it:)

Connie Walsh said...

I love this card.

Maureen said...

Very unique. Think I say it every month, but love your work:)

lindaplus3 said...

Very pretty card,,, I love it :)

Betty Taylor said...

Fantastic card! I came by from the SoMe 2 blog hop. I followed you on Pinterest.

Kathleen said...

Katy, I just love how striking the red shimmer tape is against the Hunting Green B&T!! Beautiful card!!