This month Create with Connie and Mary is featuring our new favorite products in the Holiday Catalog! This week it is time for our Favorite Designer Paper! Again…a really hard choice…I mean REALLY hard! So many of the packs have designs that I love! I finally settled on Joyous Noel…mostly because it had the MOST number of designs that I liked in it! lol! How’s that for process of elimination? I also used my new Alpine Adventure stamp set with it…I’ve always wanted one of these old fashioned sleds to decorate next to my front door!
- The base is 4-1/4 x 11 Crumb Cake cardstock, scored at 5-1/2 and folded.
- On top is a 3-1/4 x 5-1/2 piece of Joyous Noel Designer Paper…love the copper details in the snowflakes to make it shine!
- Over that is a 2-3/4 x 4-1/4 piece of Whisper White cardstock that was embossed with the Subtles Embossing Folder.
- A 1 x 4-1/4 piece of coordinating Joyous Noel Designer Paper was added to the bottom of the Whisper White with a 1/8 x 4-1/4 strip of Copper Metallic Paper to hide the seam.
- The sled from Alpine Sports Thinlit Dies was cut from Crumb Cake cardstock.
- The wreath was stamped with Tranquil Tide Ink on scrap Whisper White cardstock and the berries with Merry Merlot Ink, then cut with the Alpine Sports Thinlits.
- The bow (LOVE!) was cut from Merry Merlot cardstock and added to the wreath with a Mini Glue Dot, then the sled with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- The Let it Snow greeting from Alpine Adventure was stamped with Tranquil Tide Ink on Crumb Cake cardstock and cut with the scallop oval in the Alpine Sports Thinlits and added on front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- The holly leaves were cut from Tranquil Tide cardstock with the Alpine Sports Thinlets and adhered under the oval.
- A Red Rhinestone was added to the holly leaves for a little bling!
OK…continue on with the Create with Connie and Mary Blog Hop to see what the rest of the Design team has done with the Favorite Holiday Designer Paper challenge this week! Next up is our Create with Connie and Mary website, then on to creative Mary Brown, or head backwards to see Melissa’s fabulous card!