Saturday, January 5, 2008

Christmas Thank You

I decided to make a Christmas thank you card for some special gifts
I received this year. Tried to tie in the same theme as my Christmas with the cuttlebug folder.
This is what I came
up with. I like it and I'm very happy with how it turned out. I ran the blue cardstock through my CB using the thank
you how the CB folders make such a great background for
my cards. I added a strip of patterned
paper (K&Company) that my DD gave to me for Christmas...she
actually gave me four packs of awesome patterned paper. *grin* Punched
the blue from my scalloped punch and added an Elzybells image I received as a RAK on SCS. (I just love the Elzybells and can't wait for their Valentine/Spring collection...ohhh my poor Visa. LOL) I colored Winter Song Elzybell with Prisma Pencils and also added Diamond Stickles
to the fur on her coat and the tree stump. Of course it doesn't show in
the picture but looks great in real life. *grin* Also dotted the
scallop with SU! white gel pen. The light blue/white dotted ribbon is from a ribbon share. Now all I have to do is write the thank yous...hopefully I'll get these in the mail by Monday.
Still working on the organization of my stamping/scrapbooking
room...this is a huge project! But as promised I will have blog candy
very soon. I'm hoping to have this posted late next week. You all need
some new things for Valentine cards right? Stay tuned!
Thanks for stopping by!


Jackie said...

Just adorable - I love the shades of blue - very pretty!

Sue at Stampndaly said...

Pretty card!! Almost moved out your way in 2005.

Helen said...

This is gorgeous! I love the way the Cuttlebug adds dimension - love my CB! Your touch of "bling" is perfect!

laos348 said...

This is just too cute - the colors are great and I like that CB background!

Teresa said...

These are adorable! I need to make some Christmas thank you's too. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

JenMarie said...

Oh, I just LOVE this!!

kathleenh said...

Fabulous! I love the colors, and the scallops and the coloring!