This is the time of the year that, with all the parties going on, there are LOTS of leftovers. Well, here in Robin's Craft Room, leftovers are the name of the game – and the "game" has nothing to do with food!
Remember my post on Friday where I showed you how I laid out some Stampin' Up! All Is Calm Designer Washi Tape? I'm sure you noticed that there had to have been some leftovers from that square sheet of covered with Washi Tape that I used in that project.
Well, here are some of those leftovers! I didn't have quite enough leftovers to cover the three vertical elements on this card, so I added a piece of paper from the All Is Calm Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP). I am trying to use as many of the card layouts from my 2010 Card Layout eBook as I can this Christmas season (keeps me in ideas and saves LOTS of time!). And this layout is one of those that I chose at the beginning of December to use.
There's also another piece of paper from the same DSP set in the background. For this card, I made all my mats using the same cardstock – Pear Pizzazz Cardstock. That color is one of the primary colors in the DSP set.
Using the "Merry and Bright" stamp from the Good Greetings Photopolymer Stamp Set, which is a hostess. I didn't include it in my product list because you can't actually buy it. But you may certainly earn it by hosting a workshop where you and your friends buy at least $150 or bu ordering $150 worth of product yourself! There are other ways to say, "Merry and Bright," and I'll show one off on this coming Tuesday's post. So if that's a sentiment you like, but you can't host a sow this time of the year, check this blog out on Tuesday!
As I've been doing of late, I tied the project together with some ribbon, this time the Lost Lagoon 3/8" Silky Taffeta Ribbon. All of the products featured in this card are on the same page in the Stampin' Up! 2014 Holiday Catalog, AND they're all on the same page! (Page 22).
I've entered this project in the VC Rocks Blog Hop, which is available for viewing pretty much from now on! If you're interested in some fun ideas for projects this season, do definitely check out the projects in the hop!
And here are the products I've used in this project. Just click on a picture to find out more about the product – and even buy it on my Stampin' Up! website!
Have fun with your last-minute Christmas cards – Christmas is getting close!