Monday, December 5, 2011

Letters to Santa DSP meets Stamping 411

Stamping 411 sketch this week is one that I had to think on a little while and then I remembered this paper and that was all it took.  Such and easy card to do and was actually fun except for one mistake.  You really can't tell from this view, but have you ever known your grid paper had some sticky on it and then laid something else down to put the adhesive on it and when you picked it up, it tour a little piece out.  Well that is what I did, so to cover it up, one of the ornaments is popped up.  And, after I did that I really liked it, so I did not even have to tell you I made a boo boo! LOL

You may see it better with this view!

It is actually the middle ornament on the left.    Really adds a little pop to card when you are seeing it in person.

Here is the inside of the card!

I used a older sentiment from the stamp set called "Holy Family".  I just love the verse and also love the stamp set so it will probably stay with me for some time.

Items Used are Stampin' Up!

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Messages, Holy Family
Card Stock: Marina Mist, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Letters to Santa
Classic Ink: Riding Hood Red
Ribbon: Marina Mist Grosgrain Ribbon 5/8"

Thanks for looking today and hope you have a wonderful Monday!


NickelNook said...

Lovely! That extra dimension is really great! :o)

Patti Chesky said...

Great use of that bold dsp!!! It looks amazing!

Lisa Hensley said...

so festive -- I love this!!

Tiffany Bauer said...

I just love this card and how you used the DSP as your focal point!! Great job!!

Hi, I'm Lee Conrey! said...

Just beautiful Jonia!

Selene Kempton said...

What a great, rich card! I love that you used the dsp as your focal point and that ribbon is gorgeous!