Can you believe September is almost over? At CHF that means it's time for a new stamp of the month. These pine trees are versatile enough to do all sorts of things but of course since I'm still trying to keep up with a holiday card each day during the WCMD blog tour, I've used it to make a Christmas card.
Pairing up the trees with the woodgrain backgrounder lends a rustic kind of feel, I think. I didn't have any ribbon the right kind of colour so I used a Copic marker (Crimson) on a piece of plain white silk ribbon to get what I wanted. It matches the sentiment's ink colour much better in real life, the sheen of the silk has made it a bit pinker than it should be in the photograph, I'm afraid.
Stamps (Cornish Heritage Farms):
The Pines (Stamp of the Month - releasing October 1st)
Vintage Christmas Expressions (Mona Lisa Moments line)
Simply Smooth Vanilla
Olive dark (Prism Papers)
Brilliance by Tsukineko (Pearlescent Ivy)
Versafine by Tsukineko (Crimson Red)
Tim Holtz Distress ink by Ranger (Vintage Photo)
Labels One Nestabilities by Spellbinder
Silk ribbon (dyed with Copic marker)
If you've arrived by way of the WCMD blog tour then feel free make yourself right at home - leave comments, ask questions, whatever you fancy. The discount code for the PaperCrafts/CK store is over in the sidebar on the left if you would like to go shopping with 25% off your cart subtotal (stock up on some Christmas gifts, maybe?).
I have something to give away tomorrow so drop back if you'd like your name in the virtual hat!
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