Wednesday, September 22, 2010

                   
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Paisley Prints: merry


Happy Wednesday! I got excited for a minute just now when I thought today was Thursday, sigh.


But here's a quick card share! This is another one of my SU Convention display samples. Can you believe I still haven't shown them all?! I guess it's good since lately I only have time to stamp about once a week!


I used the Paisley Prints set and cut out the leaves to sort of make a Christmas look. The alphabet is Rough Type, I think it was in the Summer Mini catalog. Very simple and easy card!


Hope life is treating you well! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!


Recipe
Stamps: Paisley Prints, Rough Type Alphabet
Cardstock: Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White, Real Red.
Ink: Soft Suede, Wild Wasabi.
Accessories: Real Red button, Linen Thread, Big Shot, embossing folder, dimensionals.

13 comments:

Marie said...

Such a cute idea to turn it into holly! Love it Angie!!

Alexis said...

love the paisley holly. too cute.

Juanita said...

LOVE IT!
Wow, so you were working on Christmas cards in June?
This is lovely and very inspirational.

Barbara said...

This is so pretty Angie! I love the paisley on the leaves and the pop of red is wonderful!
:-)

Cindy Major said...

That is adorable! Love the pop of colours against the white background and that cute alpha set. I would have bought it if they had added it to the big cattie, but wasn't willing to splurge on it for only a few months' use. I do like the look and size of it, though!

Cindy

~Erica~ said...

I adore this Angie! I have not wanted this set, but now I do!

Silli said...

Great idea...love it...The colors are pretty...HUGS

Kathy Martin said...

This is lovely! I really like those leaves and your embossed background!

Kelli said...

What a great card! Love it!

Deanna said...

Perfection!!

kathleenh said...

Clever use of this stamp set! So festive!

Savitri said...

Fabby!! So, how many did you have to make for the convention? Goodness, seems like a lot! They've all been great, just a lot of work :)

Noelle said...

How smart to turn it into a holly leaf, Angie! Darling card, I just love it:)