October 6, 2013

Season's Greetings

Hi everyone,

Happy sunday! :) I hope you all have a relaxing and nice day!!

I realized something today...i can NOT craft card without pattern papers.Yes,i've done it before...well,i think 3 times so far.But if i craft without,than i need some sort of huge focal image,or i use ink to color the cardstock.Since i became a lover of CAS,i tried at least 50 times...they all ended up somewhere in the corner or in the trash! I had a whole different card planed for this weeks CAS(E) this Sketch,and i finished it as well...BUT...it ended up in my not liking corner! So,i started over again,using my beloved pattern paper and now i am feeling compfy again! hehe




Here is my third Christmas card for this year.I will probably be crafting way more cards this year,than i'll need. ;) I placed my second order at Clearly Besotted Stamps today...have you seen their new release? AWESOME! Beautiful Christmas goodies!! :)
For this card i've also used Clearly Besotted Stamps...their "Signature Christmas" Set! LOVE it!!




supplies: Carta Bella - So this is Christmas Papers, Clearly Besotted Stamps - Signature Christmas, Rhinestones, Teresa Collins - Santa's list Enamel Dots, American Crafts - Smooth White Cardstock, Hero Arts Shadow Ink, Distress Ink

Thank you for stopping by!! :)

6 comments:

KayM said...

Oh Cindy this is beautiful!! I am so excited about making Christmas cards! And I hear you about the patterned paper. I LOVE it and have to use a little on all my cards! You pulled this off beautifully still keeping it CAS!

snappy scrappy said...

Beautiful!

wienerhoneymooners said...

Beautiful!!! Love the papers!!

Ange Kelly said...

Face it Cindy, you do amazing things with patterned paper! And this card is no exception!

Leigh Penner said...

Your card is fabulous! I'm the same way.... I love including patterned paper on my cards!
Thanks so much for playing along with CAS(E) this Sketch!

Betty J. said...

LOVE your card and love Clearly Besotted Stamps :-). Great job. Thanks for playing along with us in the CAS(E) this sketch! challenge and hope to see you again.