Friday, December 7, 2018

STAMPlorations December Theme & Sketch Challenge

Hello and welcome back crafty peeps!
It's a new month, the LAST month of the year.
HOW did that happen?!!

Today starts the new Theme & Sketch Challenge

 For my card, this time I've only used the Theme:

I love these Typographia stamps. They do all the work for you. LOL!
I've used the Typographia Christmas-Build a Snowman stamp which
is stamped onto a panel cut from one of the crazy double running stitch rectangle nesting dies.
I doodled around the edge of the patterned paper and the word 'meadow' with a silver
Gelly Roll pen for a bit of glitz, and finished it with a sparkly snowflake 
sticker from my stash.

I hope you find some time during this busy holiday season to
We'd love to see how you interpret them. You can find all the details on the 
blog, including how to win some prizes!

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Thanks for visiting. Have a wonderful day!

Stamps: STAMPlorations - Typographia Christmas - Build a Snowman
Ink: Color Box/Susan K. Weckesser - Ice
DP: American Crafts - Jack Frost
CS: Neenah
Accessories: GC; STAMPlorations - crazy double running stitch rectangle nesting dies; MISTI; Michael's- Creatology foam snowflake sticker; Sakura - silver Gelly Roll pen
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, Thin 3D foam squares


  1. These are perfect Christmas cards to make because they're stunning but easy to put together and (most of all) mailable! smashing!

  2. I went along the same lines with a big sentiment and the double running stitch dies and yet it looks completely different! Love the colours too.

  3. It's amazing what a bit of gel pen on "meadow" adds to the sentiment! Gorgeous card.

  4. Love it - the sentiment is fabulous!

  5. Chris, love the baby blue you used it fits perfectly with the sentiment! Happy holidays! Jerrie


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