Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Seasons Greetings

At first glance this card may appear to be fancy, but really I did very little stamping.  The paper is from MME holiday pack, so I used todays sketch over on SCS (sc205), by just cutting my paper and then running ribbon around it.  I cut and embossed vintage cream cardstock using my Labels 2 die from Spellbinders, and stamped a sentiment from Flourishes Holiday Greetings stamp set.  I finished off the card by running a hat pin through the bow.  This hat pin is from the Pretties Kit from SU.  The picture doesn't capture it, but the Santa & paper is really sparkly and glittery.  I know its not post office friendly, but its really pretty and was fast to make, and thats what matters when its crunch time lol.  Oh the base of the card is and olive colored paper from Prism (love that paper!)
"Seasons Greetings"
Labels 2 die from Spellbinders, MME dp, vintage cream cardstock, Holiday Greetings from Flourishes llc, Pretties Kit from SU, Ribbon

12 comments:

bolha said...

It realy looks fancy even though it didn´t take you that long to make. Love the ribbon and the hat pin.
x Natasha x

Marlou said...

how beautiful!!!! I love this card Latisha and your gorgeous pin, excellent work :) x

~amy~ said...

Latisha...it's beautiful {you're suppose to say you worked on it for hours ..lol}....such fabulous touches!

Sara Paschal said...

This card is Beautiful, I love your embellishments. Great job!

Chris said...

gorgeous card!! >"<

Jen said...

Such a fabulous card! I love that you made something so elegant and beautiful with a few simple steps!

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Gorgeous! Look at that ribbon and pin! WOW!

Alexandra said...

How gorgeous!!!! I thought it was a stamp and almost feel over - lol!!!! Just beautiful though, love the ribbon and the hat pin, really stunning! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Beautiful Latisha!

Colleen said...

Saw this on SCS... absolutely stunning!

Joyful said...

very nice!!!

Kimberly said...

beautiful! love your idea to use the pp that way!!

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