Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Another Christmas Card

I really liked Beate's sketch this week. So I made another card with it! This time I didn't turn the sketch.

I used some Basic Grey Figgy Pudding papers and my favorite color- Soft Sky. The vintage ric rac was given to me a while back from a dear friend and it worked so perfectly with this card. I love it!
Thanks for visiting!
~Angel

Card Recipe~
Stamps: Pretty Pattern
Ink: Soft Sky
Paper: Soft Sky, Cranberry Crisp, Artichoke, Whisper White, Figgy Pudding DP (Basic Grey)
Accessories: SU Punches, Tags, Corner Rounder, Vintage ric rac, String, MM safety pin, paper Piercing tool

11 comments:

Deborah said...

Beautiful card! Love those Figgy papers! I too enjoyed Beate's sketch this past weekend! Deb

Michelle said...

Very Pretty! I love that figgy paper!

Peggy said...

Pretty card! Pretty pink blog!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Just beautiful! Love those BG papers (and my dearly beloved Soft Sky)...I wonder what they'll come up with this year. That ric rac is fabulous...what a find!

Lori Craig said...

this is just darling - love the ric rac - and the snowman! so..so..cute!

Maria said...

Hi Angel!! I'm sorry I haven't been around!! How are you doing? HOpe you've been well!

Love your Christmas card. It's very pretty! The dp is so pretty! Wonderful job on the sketch!

Maria

Rose Ann said...

I love your cute snowman, pretty papers, and cool rick rack!! Great card, Angel!!

Beate said...

Beautiful Christmas card, Angel! I love the paper you used. I love that little snowman and the zigzag ribbon.
Hugs and smiles

Shade of my Heart said...

I am SO ready for the cold of winter! I'm tired of Texas heat, and unpacking! Great card!!! What inspiration for Christmas card ideas. Can't wait to get my stampin nook unpacked. I have 16 days left!

Mandy said...

Oh, wow! This is so incredibly gorgeous! I love all the details!!!

Antje said...

Yes, I loved that sketch too - and wanted to do a second card.... it will eventually come....
About the bird, it is from Stamp Franzisko, I bought it in Germany, but since it is an American Company (I believe so) ... you should get it easy from there ;-)