Hi everyone! Happy Thursday!!
Today is the third day of previews for the newest release from There She Goes!
Did you make your way here from the amazing Jessie's Blog? If so, perfect! If not, please start the hop at the There She Goes Blog so you don't miss a thing!
I am SO excited about the set that the Trendsetters are previewing today...Snowy Days!!!
Just wait until you see the ADORABLE images and sentiments in this set....SO super cute!!
For my card, I started by stamping this darling image in Memento Tuxedo Black onto X Press It Blending Card and colored it with Copic Markers. I added, with a glue pen, some Sugar Sparkly Fluff to his hat and the trim of the rug...SO fun!!
I cut out and embossed the panel using Circle Nestabilities and sponged the edges with Memento Desert Sand. I layered this panel over a panel cut from Square Nestabilities.
The patterned paper is from Everybody Loves Christmas by Echo Park Papers, and I sponged the edges of each panel before adding some machine stitching.
The sentiment, "Happy Holidays" was stamped directly onto the patterned paper and I finished this cutie off with four white brads and a green satin ribbon/bow combo that I created with the Bow Easy. The border was created with the Die-Namics Open Scallop Border.
Would you LOVE to win Snowy Days for your very own? Getting that chance is super easy! Simply hop around and comment on each Trendsetter's Snowy Days posts and when you are done, head back to the There She Goes Blog and leave your information on the Snowy Days post! One lucky winner will win Snowy Days! Good luck!
The next stop on this hop is at the super fabulous Julie Lacey's Blog!
Thanks SO much for stopping by!!
Stamps: Snowy Days from There She Goes
Paper: Choice Snow White, Classic Red, X Press It Blending Card & Everybody Loves Christmas by Echo Park Papers
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Memento Desert Sand
Accessories: Copic Markers, Circle Nestabilities, Square Nestabilities, White Brads, Die-Namics Open Scallop Die, Green Ribbon, Bow Easy, Sponges and Sewing Machine