Traditional Christmas

I am entering the following card in the Retro Rubber Challenge.

https://www.retrorubberchallengeblog.com/my-blog/2019/12/challenge-125-merry-christmas.html

I used the stamp set from Gina K Designs, called Merry and Bright; it was released in 2017. The colors used are Shaded Spruce, Cherry Cobler, White, and Gold. I followed the colors for this week’s color challenge at Split Coast Stampers, CC768. The flower and leaves are fussy cut. I used GKD/Thermoweb Rectangle dies for cutting the sentiment. I used the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder.

I like this card. Once I made up my mind on the shape for the sentiment, it was easy. I could see making more if I need to.

15 thoughts on “Traditional Christmas

    1. Thanks! I have an oval one also, which is what I was deciding on. I will probably post the oval one soon as it is a bit different.

  1. Sometimes traditional is the best and this is a perfect example of best. Love it all and think your layers are great.

  2. Lovely CAS card. I really like how the sentiment works with the die. I’m getting down to the wire (as usual) on my Christmas cards and this one will be perfect to CASE.

    1. CASE away! I got my inspiration from Pinterest or the old Stamp TV site. Gina used the oval for her sentiment, so I tried that also. I did like the rectangle. Thanks!

  3. Way to make the sentiment the star of the show! The layers and texture are lovely! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber for Challenge 125, please play along with us after the new year!

  4. What a beautiful clean design! The stitched detail around that glorious gold sentiment are lovely on their own but contrast nicely with the dotty texture in behind. Thank you for playing along with us at Retro Rubber Challenge.

  5. This is perfect! I love your layout and the embossed background really makes your heat embossing pop. Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber – Happy Holidays. Claire DT

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