Saturday, December 10, 2016

Show it off Saturday Linky Party and Merry Christmas

I have to admit I have has this stamp
and die set but couldn't figure out how
to use it. Never seem to get it line up right.
Today I was determined to figure it out.
Was so happy I took the time
Now I love this set
This set is
from Wplus 9
the wood piece of paper
is something I had in my stash
no idea where it came from
but man oh man wish I had more of it...
I used SU Pear Pizza for the first layer
SU Old Olive for the second
next Tim Holtz Vintage Photo
I heat set the ink
Next I stamped the berries
in Tim Holtz Fired brick
and add clear gloss embossing powder
a button and a bow made a second card

Show it off Saturday Linky Party
any card, layout, or handmade item
one entry per person please

 winner will receive
2 skeins of  seam binding ribbon
and similar supplies
to make a card


  1. Oh, I just love this beautiful card! The wreath looks fantastic against the wood grained background for a warm rustic feel.

  2. That wreath is gorgeous! I can't wait to have some time to figure out some stuff too! Only one more week of school then two weeks off.

  3. The wreath is so pretty!!I love the wood grained background.Beautiful card my friend!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Crafting with Creative M

  4. Oh WOW Karen! Your cards are BEAUTIFUL! I just LOVE that wreath - So elegant on the door design - Fabulous!

    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

  5. Gorgeous card Karen! I love the beautiful background and gorgeous wreath!
    Sherrie K

  6. Such a beautiful card Karen. Love the wreath and wood grained on the door.

    Have a creative day.
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  7. Oh my goodness! What a gorgeous card! I totally love it.

  8. Beautiful wreath! Love it! Thanks for the fun linky party!
    Glenda's Cards

  9. Hello, Karen! Thank you for a new linky! I'm back online - my hard drive crashed last week! I just linked up my card! I LOVE your cards and I LOVE your prize! Really crossing my fingers on this one!


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