Sunday, December 1, 2019

Christmas Rose Gift Card

Good Morning & Happy Sunday!

Happy December 1st!

As I sit looking out the window this morning it is really cloudy & cold.
We are expecting a mixed bag of precipitation today into tomorrow.
Rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow.
Tis the season, right?

Today is football day and i'm gonna try to do some laundry.
I hurt today from top to bottom from decorating and rearranging furniture. 
I really need a down day because I have a busy week ahead!
Next Saturday is my Holiday Hoopla Stamp Day w Friends get together with all 6 of the stamp girls.
I have all my kits prepared just need to get my house cleaned and my stamp room ready!
As you can imagine from getting Christmas decorations out, everything is topsy turvy at the moment!

Today I have yet another Christmas Gift Card Holder.
This is the same style that I have been using the past few weeks.
These are simple and easy to create!

The Christmastime is Here Suite is now no longer available as it was just a promotional suite for the month of November. At first I was not going to get it then after seeing how beautiful the papers were, well, that went out the window! The floral papers are gorgeous with Gold Foil throughout and what I loved about it is the dies cut the big rose image right from the DSP!
Stampin Up had a beautiful variety of stamp sets, coordinating dies and lovely papers this holiday season!

Card Details:

Stamps: Christmas Rose (retired)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Christmastime is Here Specialty DSP
Accessories: Rose Dies (retired), Gold Ribbon, Circle Punch, Gold Glittered Enamel Dots, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

I'm so happy with this one!

My thoughts today...

My favorite time of the year!

Thanks for stopping by & have a relaxing day!


D'Ann said...

Oh, this one is so beautiful! I wouldn't be able to give it away, haha.. Have a great holiday season!

Carol L said...

This is so pretty, and I just love that inside sentiment as much as the front! Beautiful job as always!

Vicki Burdick said...