Saturday, October 30, 2010

O Little Town


Today I created a card with a Heartfelt Creations stamp that I received from Joan's Gardens.   This is a 5x7" card.  The image was stamped on white card stock with VersaMark ink and gold embossed.  I sponged on Tim Holtz "Scattered Straw" Distress Ink over the edges, almost to the center of the design, then sponged on "Tea Dye" Distress Ink around the edges.  This image was slipped into a gold framed Christmas card.  I found a box of these cards on clearance after Christmas one year.  They are supposed to be used for photos but I used it for my stamped image.  I think it is a great frame for this beautiful scene.

Three large Heartfelt Creations Holly Leaves and two medium size leaves were gold embossed on gold card stock and cut out with matching dies.  These were placed under the gold bow. 

Heartfelt Creations products used are: 721G O Little Town; HCPC 3340 Holly Leaves Precut Set; HCD 705 Holly/Ornament Diecuts.  These can all be ordered from Joan's Gardens.

Have you started working on your Christmas cards yet?  Joan has a lot of beautiful Christmas stamps in stock.  Tomorrow is the last day for her sale of JustRite stamps.


9 comments:

Sue W said...

How clever to use these frames for your beautiful card. That is such a lovely scene too.

Patty said...

The frame is perfect for your card, I love your card it is so elegant and the perfect focus of Christmas.

Myrna said...

Selma
This is absolutely lovely.
I, too, use my old cards along with my new creations. Love the recycling aspect of it.
Myrna

Jerri Jimenez said...

A beautiful card Selma!

Patti J said...

So beautiful! I almost bought this one the other day! That frame is perfect! Very well done!

CraftinGranny said...

So elegant and beautiful Selma that it's a joy to behold. "Hugs" Carol

Kerrie said...

Beautiful card, wonderful idea to put in a frame.

Patti said...

Well aren't you the clever one.... so,so elegant!

Auntie Em said...

Those gold embossed frames around the sweet, delicate image is so perfect! Great idea!
Thanks for sharing! :o)

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