Sunday, January 25, 2015

Christmas Card Challenge #8 - Anything Goes

Hi everyone!  This week over at Christmas Card Challenge is our Anything Goes challenge (as long as it's holiday related!).   
I was once again at my favorite stamp store in Buffalo, NY...Buffalo Stamps & Stuff.  The owner, Sharon, has the most amazing store!  She has all the most popular products on her shelves and then some!   I had last Monday off so I popped in for a peek.  I saw a card there made with this die and had to re-create it.  Luckily this week is Anything Goes, so I was happy!  I die cut this Cottage Cuts die from what I believe is pool cardstock from SU...or maybe aqua mist from PTI.  It's one of the cardstocks I DON'T have labeled.  I backed it with some white glitter paper from Hobby Lobby.  The base of the card was run through a PTI impression plate and done!  I toyed with the idea of adding a die cut word, but this was just so pretty on its own and the word interfered with the design.  Super simple card to create!
You can see more great designs from the design team on these blogs.
                       Alanna    Carol    Donna     Gail    Heather     Jessica     JoAnn     Lisa  
                                     Margo     Marsha     Monica     Shirley Anne     Tenia

Thanks for stopping by!
Paper:  Recollections white, glitter white (Hobby Lobby), pool (SU) or aqua mist(PTI)
Accessories:  Winter cottage scene(Cottage Cuts), canvas impression plate (PTI) 



Greta said...

Wow--what a stunner!

Inkyfingers said...

Wow, a whole scene on a die cut! Makes a gorgeous card Lisa.
Carol x

Jessica Frost-Ballas said...

Love that die and the colors you chose! :) Beautiful job!

Tenia Nelson said...


Shirley-Anne Barber said...

Exquisite scene for your lovely card . Love it .
hugs Shirley-Anne DT

KayM said...

Oh this is beautiful Lisa! I love the grey over the pink glitter! What a lovely scene!

Gail Townsend said...

gorgeous card, love how you have used the die cut. Gail xx

Heather G said...

I agree...I love the front just as it is. I think a sentiment would have spoiled it. I love the glittery background and really like this die.


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