Power Poppy lovers! I’ve been on a crafting-holiday the last 2 weeks. Being ill doesn’t make for easy card creating at all. And believe it or not… I still have to send out the majority of my Christmas cards as well! I KNOW… better late then never right?
So in an attempt to make a few more holiday cards, I wanted a super simple card design to use. I found a fun sketch for the CAS(e) this Sketch challenge that I thought would make an easy and quick card creating design, CTS #104:
And here is the card I created using their sketch this week…
I featured the “Bottlebrush Holiday” stamp set. It has this row of overlapping bottlebrush trees that I used with the single tree to make the stamped row of trees across the front of the card.
I partially die cut the “Happy” from red cardstock and then embossed the remainder of the die; adding some Glaze pen for added shine. The “Holiday” is a greeting stamp from the “Bottlebrush Holiday” stamp set also.
Now… off you go on a little hop through the Bloom Brigade blogs..
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Happy hopping everyone!
~ Ally ~
Sponsored by: Power Poppy
stamps: Power Poppy (Bottlebrush Holiday)
cardstock: X-Press It Cardstock, Bazzill
patterned paper: Echo Park (Christmas Cheer)
die cut shapes: Spellbinders (A2 Curved Borders), Simon Says Stamp (Happy Birthday Die)
ink: Copic Markers, Sakura Glaze Pen, Sakura Silver Calligrapher.