Oops! And A Do-Over for 52CCT24-18

Hello Everyone!

So glad you stopped by today!

I will warn you…this Post is lengthy!

 

Today’s Card is for a Christmas Card Challenge from

52 Christmas Card Throwdown!

Here is the Challenge…!

 

June stash challenge___Wood Background

OK! I HAD A BIG SENIOR MOMENT!

I made a Card and then realized, I read the Challenge

TOTALLY WRONG!

Hmm, maybe I need to get new glasses…

Any way here is my Oops! Card!

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It is my Oops! Because I made a wood item, not a wood background!

Here is the inside of the Oops! Card!

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I added the tree to the inside. I played with putting the tree

at the end of the dock…but it didn’t look right. So the inside

got a little gussied up!

 

Here is the Card I will be submitting for the Challenge!

 

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A wood background!!!

I took a piece of Wood Textures DSP and using the Woodgrain TIEF

I added the grain texture to the DSP!

 

Here is the inside of the Card!

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I used the Christmas Pines Stamp Set for the inside

 and the Pretty Pines Thinlits for the Card Front die cuts!

Stock and Measures:

Card #1 (Oops! Card!)

CARDSTOCK:

Night of Navy-8.5″ X 5.5″ score @ 4.25, fold in half on the score

Whisper White-inside panel, 4″ X 5.25″

Crumb Cake-piece for the Dock/Pier

Call Me Clover-Christmas Tree

STAMP SETS:

Hearts Come Home-greeting, inside sentiment

Local King Rubber Stamps and Die Set: ‘Dock Desolation’, the dock

INKS:

VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad-pre-stamp for heat embossing

White Stampin’ Emboss Powder-water by dock

Night of Navy-inside sentiment

TOOLS:

Big Shot-die cutting machine

Card Front Builder Thinlits-card front cut out, Christmas tree inside

 

Card #2-)The Correct Card!)

CARDSTOCK:

Early Espresso-card base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ score @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

-pinecone 1.5″ X 1.5″

Call Me Clover-pines, 2″ x 6″ cut 3 pine sprigs

Real Red-scrap piece for berry sprig

Whisper White-inside panel 4″ X 5.25″

DSP:

Wood Textures: front panel, 4″ x 5.25″

Stamp Sets:

Versatile Christmas-greeting, inside sentiment

Christmas Pines-inside pine sprig

INKS:

Early Espresso-inside sentiment

Call Me Clover-inside pine sprig

VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad-pre-stamp for heat embossing!

White Stampin’ Emboss Powder-greeting

TOOLS:

Big Shot-die cutting machine

Pretty Pines Thinlits-pines, pinecone, berry sprig

Woodgrain TIEF-embossing folder for front panel to add texture to the card!

ACCESSORIES:

1/4″ Organza ribbon in Whisper White-little white bow for the bough!

 

I’M going to share, a new line of toys I purchased at the

Stamp & Scrapbook Expo!

This man was demonstrating this line called

“Local King Rubber Stamp”

The Company is out of Canada and it was amazing to see how

this man used the markers  right onto the stamps and then stamped

the image and then used his dies to cut them out!

It seemed that all he did was scribble over the stamp with several

different colors and then stamped and cut and…Voila’!

I perused his wares in the booth and found several “Nautical”

Stamp Sets and Dies…yes, I bought them!

Here are the markers and a Stamp Set and Die Set!

 

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Love this one!

I made the Oops! Card with this set!

Here is another Set!

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I like the ship AND the pier buildings!

These are just 2 stamp sets, no dies!

Loved the beachy feel and the net will make great backgrounds!

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I am looking forward to playing with the rest of this line!

I will be sure to share them with you ALL!

 

Until the next Post…Many Blessings to you ALL!

2 thoughts on “Oops! And A Do-Over for 52CCT24-18”

  1. Two lovely cards – although the oops card doesn’t fit the challenge, you’ll be proud to give it to someone special come Christmas time! Thanks for joining in at the 52CCT.

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