A Warm Christmas for PCC314…

Hello All!

Another Sketch…and I went Christmas!

What can I say…I must confess…I LOVE Christmas!

I am all for the Vintage and Rustic!!

I do like seeing all the glitz and glam too!

Today’s Card reflects the rustic and vintage I like!

 

Here is the Challenge from Paper Craft Crew #314

 

PCC314

 

Here is my take on the Sketch!

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I just want to wrap that wool blanket around me, sit in front of a fire,

drink a hot toddy, and sing Christmas Carols!

Oh wait…I live in NC now!

I’ll turn the A/C down and get myself in the mood…the

good part…I don’t have to shovel snow!

 

Here is the inside of the Card!

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I didn’t line the card…it is light enough to write on…and I

wanted the snowflake to pop!

 

HERE ARE THE STOCK AND MEASURES FOR YOU CARDMAKERS!

 

CARDSTOCK:

Crumb Cake- base, 8.5″ x 5.5″ scored @ 4.25″ fold in half on the score

Real Red- ‘blanket’-1.75″ x 2.75″

White Velvet Sheet- the 4 snowflakes (I used scrap pieces to die cut!)

unfortunately…this paper has been discontinued…the demand outweighed the stock and the cost to make more would cost too much for such a short time. This DSP would have gone Dec 31st…perhaps it will show up in the future…the new Catalog comes out the beginning of July…maybe it will be a staple in that Catalog…I hope so, I am bummed I couldn’t order more…hence saving the scraps!! It happens!

INKS:

Early Espresso- greeting, inside sentiment

Memento’s Tuxedo Black- buffalo check on ‘blanket’

STAMP SETS:

Snowflake Sentiments- greeting, inside sentiment

Buffalo Check- background stamp for the ‘blanket’

TOOLS:

Big Shot- die cutting machine

Snowfall Thinlits- snowflakes

ACCESSORIES:

True Gentleman Embellishments- button

Linen Thread- tied through the button

5/8″ Burlap Ribbon- behind ‘blanket’, 3.25″ long

 

Here is the Card again!

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There are times, especially around Christmas, where I miss the Northeast.

However, the day after Christmas…nah!

Until the next Post…Blessings and Warmth to you ALL!

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