Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sweet Season


I recently received some new products from Joan's Gardens and was excited to work with them today.  I love Webster's Pages papers.  This sheet is from the "Waiting for Santa and Sweet Season" petite papers.  I created a rosette using the Tim Holtz "Paper Rosette" die.  For the center, I used a stamp from the JustRite "Holiday Cheer Set".  These are such cute little stamps.  The diameter is 1 3/16" and worked perfect for the center of my rosette. I cut it out with a scallop circle Nestie and sponged it prior taking it out of the die.  Each scallop was pierced.   

I created three pine cones out of card stock but did something different today from what I posted last week.  I added snow to the tips using Liquid Applique and sprinkling on clear glitter.  These are placed on punched greenery.  I couldn't resist using another cardinal.  This one is from the Heartfelt Creations Cardinal Family precut set and was cut out with the matching Cardinal family dies

A double sheer white bow was made and attached with a glue dot.  In the center I added a red Webster's Pages Sparklers designer button.  A few red rhinestones were added around the pine cones and on the stamped JustRite pine cone.  Glitter was added to the trees and snowflakes in the designer paper. 

It is so fun to create beautiful cards using Webster's Pages for the background.  All the products used on this card can be purchased from Joan's Gardens.  She will be announcing soon the products I used to create the pine cones. 


13 comments:

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Hi selma. :) this is a beautiful card! I love the elegance of it. I hope all is well.

Patti J said...

Wow Selma! Everything on this card is fabulous from the DP to the snow capped pine cones! Beautiful card!

Patti said...

Another beautiful creation Selma! Perfection!

April said...

This is a wonderful card! You did a great job!

Jan B said...

I just love these cardinals. I got mine a few days ago. How did you make the pine cones? Your cards are so beautiful. Last week my 7 year old grand daughter had to make a card with your lovely velum hydraingas (sp). She did a great job.
Jan B

CraftinGranny said...

Finally getting back to visiting again. I've been checking out your earlier posts and I'd have to say Selma that all of your creations are so beautiful!!!! There is no way I could pick out just one. Fabulous cards my friend! "Hugs" Carol

Olga said...

You have done it again, it's a beauty!

Anonymous said...

Hi Selma
Is there any chance you will be doing a tutorial on your pine cones?
Thanks, Jocelan

Anonymous said...

Slema how did you make the pine cones? blessing Joyce

Anonymous said...

Hi Selma,
Love, love, love your work as usual....did I miss something or did you tell us how to make the great pine cones......I look forward to your blog coming in my mail every day....thanks so much for sharing your outstanding artistic ability.....happy day, Jean

Blissmade Designs said...

Beautiful card! Love all the accents, especially the rosette.

redwasher1 said...

Gorgeous card!! Love those pine cones!!

Joan Fricker said...

Selma, what a great creation. Your pine cones turned out beautiful and how clever of you to "frost" them. Great job!

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