Sunday, December 15, 2013

Believe in the Magic....

Hello my friends! I hope that you are having a relaxing weekend! Yesterday, Andy and I went out to lunch then went to see the second part of the Hobbit movies. In 3D. I swear there were a few times I almost jumped in his lap from some of the scenes! THAT'S a good sign of a great movie! LOL! If you are SciFi geeks like we are, then you will love this movie! The only thing that sucks is that you have to wait until next year for the last part of the trilogy to come out! LOL!

I still needed to make more Christmas cards, so here's one I made last night:


Here's the inside:

It's really CAS, but I like it. I stamped and embossed the sentiments on both the front and inside. I die cut the banner and adhered with foam squares. Then I added those teenie tiny rhinestones under the sentiment. One at a time. I might have gone crossed eyed for awhile after. ☺

Hey, look at that. I used Paper Smooches stamps, so I'm going to enter this for the Sparks - Anything Goes Challenge!


(Did you see Savannah's card? It's absolutely brilliant and I may have to case it! LOL!) I have another card to blog about so grab a cuppa and stick around if you can. Thanks for stopping by and stay crafty my friends!

Chris
Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Smooches - Joyful Greetings, Christmas Sampler
Ink: Versa Mark
DP: MME - Signature Christmas
CS: Recollections
Accessories: Grand Calibur; Paper Smooches - Flag Tag dies; Stampendous - Azurite EP; heat gun; Recollections - rhinestones
Adhesives: SA by 3L - 3D foam squares, MyStik permanent


7 comments:

  1. Love it! The Santa looks only a little bit stalkery - the layout is fabulous :)

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  2. Great card, you are so great at a CAS card, perfect sketch for it too.

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  3. Elegant and classic! Love how you used the strip of Santa paper here!

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  4. I like this card a lot! And what fabulous embossing powder... :)

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  5. Wow... this is so pretty! Love the santa peeking out. :)

    Thanks for joining us this week at Paper Smooches Sparks!

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  6. Really gorgeous - love the simplicity! Thanks for playing at Paper Smooches Sparks this week!

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