Letterpress Winter

CCMC325Oh…it’s another Thursday and we have been ‘rockin’ it’ over on Create with Connie and Mary Holiday Collection 2014!  We just started so it’s a GREAT time to SUBSCRIBE!

And since it is Thursday, it is time for another Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge!  This week – we have a fun sketch challenge for you!

Here’s the details –

  • Very Vanilla – 4 1/4 x 8 1/2 folded
  • Very Vanilla – 3 5/8 x 3 5/8, stamp stamp filigree snowflake using Versamark and Gold Emboss
  • Gold Foil – 3 3/4 x 3 3/4 (NOTE: I cut out the middle leaving a 1/2″ frame around it then attach the frame behind the panel).
  • Wrap piece of Gold 5/8″ Satin Ribbon around it and add to card front using dimensionals
  • Very Vanilla – 1 1/2 x 3 1/4, stamp greeting using Versamark and Gold Emboss.  Use Note Tag Punch to punch top and bottom
  • Add piece of Gold 5/8″ Satin Ribbon using handheld stapler.  Color the staple using Gold Dazzle Marker
  • Add tag to card to finish it off.

HolidayCollectionBadgeWe have just started the Create with Connie and Mary Holiday Collection 2014 where we are featuring the Christmas/Holiday (no Halloween/Fall) products from the Holiday Mini!

the Collection runs for 4 weeks – 24 AMAZING projects that are perfect for your holiday classes and camps and gift giving!  Our design team is AMAZING and you don’t want to miss out!  It’s not too late to join so head over to Create with Connie and Mary to learn more and to subscribe today!

And don’t forget to head over to Create with Connie and Mary to check out what the design team did with this delightful challenge!

Set(s): Letterpress Winter
Paper: Very Vanilla, Gold Foil
Ink: Versamark
Other: Gold Embossing Powder, Gold 5/8″ Satin Ribbon, Gold Dazzle Marker, Handheld Stapler Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


5 thoughts on “Letterpress Winter”

  1. Elegant and beautiful card! I was happy to read that you cut out the center of the gold foil layer to conserve on this beautiful card stock. Also love the clever idea of coloring the silver staple with gold! Clever lady!

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