Creations by Lynn Weiss ~ Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Bella Blue Dasher I am two days in a row! I feeling like I'm a little more caught up on Christmas is done, most of the baking is done, my cards are sent...I don't know where the time went, but I didn't get as many Christmas cards made and sent as I usually do. Yesterday I showed you one of the designs I sent, this is one of the other designs that I made for our Christmas cards this year.
Dasher is embossed in Winter Wonderland EP on Shimmery White card stock so he looks so pretty & sparkly in real life. I dry embossed the background using my Big Shot and a snowflake texturz plate. On a few of the cards I even tried out my new toy...the Scallop Trim Border punch that will be available as a FREE selection during SAB starting next month. Since I was at crunch time trying to get these babies finished, I only used the punch on a few of the cards...but doesn't it add some nice detail? I'm going to love that punch! Here's close up view of the card.
Stamps: Dasher, Holiday Wishes
Card stock: Bordering Blue, Not Quite Navy, Shimmery White & Bella Blue DP
Ink: White Craft, Not Quite Navy
Accessories: Scallop Trim Border, Not Quite Navy brads, Snowflake punch (Martha S), Coluzzle, Texturz Plate, Winter Wonderland EP, Heat tool, Scallop Nesties

I got my shopping all done, but haven't wrapped one gift it's time for me to get busy wrapping! Have a wonderful day!


jeannen2 said...

Beautiful cards! Since I still haven't started my Christmas cards yet, I may case since it isn't necessarily Christmas-themed. Love them!

Oma said...

Beautiful card - I love the colour combo!

CindyB said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Lynn. Just when I thought I was a bit tired of Dasher,(until next year) I see your beautiful card and just had to comment!
Love the blues,a perfect combo.

melody said... i love those cards chickie! beautifully done!

Brienne said...

Hi Lynn,

I just stumbled upon your blog the other day and I love all your cards! I was wondering what the name of the texturz plate you used for this dasher card? I love it...well anything snow related. Thanks in advance!