Monday, November 11, 2013
Homespun Holidays! *NEW* November Release!
As stated in my previous post, Paper Sweeties November release is now available for purchase! It's an early release to help you with all those holiday crafting creations! The official release is just in a couple of days. There will be lots of inspiration from the design team! Don't you just love looking at all the holiday cards/projects out there? I sure do! And, believe me you won't be disappointed!
I want to share with you today a card I made with the Homespun Holidays stamp set. And, no fussy cutting around these little gems with Homespun Holidays Sweet Cut Dies! I started this card with a craft base and layered with Authentique papers. I used a square punch and placed the stamped images with pop dots for dimension. Twine was place along with tiny gems. Buttons and some awesome seam binding ribbon from Paper Sweeties, Oatmeal Cream to finish off my card.
Thank you so much for dropping by! I'll be back in just a couple days to share with you more projects using the *new* November release stamps/dies!
Paper: Authentique, Recollections
Stamps: Paper Sweeties: Homespun Holidays(Accessories)
Buttons: My Stash
Ribbon: Paper Sweeties(Oatmeal Cream)
Gems: Paper Studio
Posted by Thanks for stopping by! Maria at 8:02 PM
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Yes, loving all the Christmas inspiration out in blogland! Yours is a delight...love all the different elements you used and of course all your fun embellishments that you are so good at using!ReplyDelete
So pretty, Maria. Love all your little images. I am especially fond of stars, lately. I always like how you use your seam binding. Super card!ReplyDelete
Have a great week.
These dies are just so FAB on your Sweet card, Maria!ReplyDelete
Your card is adorable! I just love the stars!ReplyDelete
Love it! Awesome blocked design, and I just adore what you did with the buttons!ReplyDelete
Love the row of buttons. Perfect embellishment to go with the homespun stamps!ReplyDelete
The pink and mint look amazing together - a modern twist on the classic red and green - and that row of buttons is the cherry on top! Wonderful!ReplyDelete