Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Stampin' Up! Christmas Quilt

This was an easy card today. I was able to watch Connie Stewart this morning while my husband was being hooked up to chemo and saw how she made polka dots with pencil erasers and ink. I thought that was pretty cool. Linda Cullen had also posted a swap card that gave me inspiration. The five challenges I would like to enter my card into are:






and now without further ado...



The patterned paper was created with Real Red and Garden Green ink using the pencil eraser technique. I embossed part of the Real Red base with the Holly TIEF. The art piece is die cut from Quilt Builder Framelits using the same colors as above. The center dot is one of the White Perfect Accents. The banner is a hand cut banner using a stamp from Christmas Pines.

The inside was stamped using the stamps from Christmas Quilt and Christmas Pines.

Quick, easy and fun when you're getting ready for a hurricane!

Thanks for looking!





9 comments:

  1. Very Pretty, indeed, Karen! Love this "quilt" you've crafted so skillfully! :)

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    1. Thank you, Mary...I wish I could quilt in real life but I hate to sew!

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  2. That's awesome Karen! Love your clean design and the layers are just perfect. Stay safe down there...come on up north if you need to! :)

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  3. Thanks for entering all of my Craftyhazelnut's challenges with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon. x

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  4. Beautiful!
    Janis, The Merry Christmas Challenge

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  5. Lovely clean lines! Great design...
    Thank you for sharing with Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Extra!
    Susan
    DT for CHNC Extra!
    Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

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  6. Love all the techniques you have used!
    Thank you for sharing with Addicted to Stamps and More!
    Susan
    Addicted to Stamps and More
    Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

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  7. Beautiful card. Thanks for sharing with us at Craftyhuzelnut's Patterned Paper, we hope to see you back again. Hugs Agnieszka chanya13

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