Saturday, July 28, 2012

~Timeless Tuesday and Hydrangea~



is Christmas in July!




I used my Hydrangea set, and embossed it with silver.



I figured, why not use it for Christmas?













 Retrosketches #22
gave me inspiration for the border placement.

 






I've been stamping like mad since yesterday with all this energy...it's a blessing when the ball gets rolling and I can tangibly create something that I've mulled over.


Circuits are clicking for now~I'm enjoying the marathon crafting. ;)




Thank you for stopping by today!



Stamps: Flourishes Hydrangea,JustRite Simple Blessings
Paper:American Crafts cardstock,Georgia Pacific white cardstock,Glitz Paper Layers Vintage Blue,Bazzill silver
Punch:Martha Stewart Linked Trim
Ink:Versamark,Tsukineko Memento Ink Paris Dusk
Other:Whispers silver embossing powder,Want2Scrap bling,Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper




8 comments:

  1. Beautiful card!! Love the embossed hydrangeas and they ARE perfect for Christmas!! Love the gems you added too!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  2. beautiful card...love your embossing..

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  3. Hey, great idea to use that image for a Christmas card. It totally works embossed in silver like that. Thanks for joining us at the FTTC! :)

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  4. Your beautiful card will work perfect for our challenge this week @ http://perfectsentimentschallenge.blogspot.com/

    please join us!

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  5. This is gorgeous Marlena! I love how you punched half the panel with a border punch - clever girl! Thanks so much for using this week's RetroSketch!

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  6. What a beautiful idea to use the Hydrangea for a Christmas card! It looks absolutely Fantastic, too! I need to give that a try ;) Your sketch is a good one and with those punches, everything comes together beautifully :)

    Thank you for playing along with us in Flourishes Timeless Tuesday!

    ~ Amanda :)

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  7. What a neat and pretty card Marlena. Love the embossed flower on the pretty blue paper. The punched design is so neat. Great take on the sketch.

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