Oct 06 2011

Hello Doily Christmas Card

I love background stamps.  They make a card so beautiful and you don't really need to add much to a project.  When I saw the Hello, Doily background stamp set I was over the moon.  A stamp set like Hello, Doily speaks for itself.  Last night at my Christmas class one of my guest made a beautiful page with it.  It wasn't a Christmas Page but it inspired me to make a card for today's share.  I love how this stamp is so versatile, from simply elegant to holiday projects, this baby is a must in your stamp space.  You probably can't see very well but this card is 5×5, therefore it is a large stamp set.

I used the scallop square die with the Frostwood lodge designer paper.  Another great die to use with your big shot.  And you can get your own big shot or 125$ of free products when you sign up as a demonstrator.   Ask me how or join HERE.

If you are recreating a 5 x 5 card, don't forget the Medium Square envelopes #107289

Hello Doily background stamp #122845


Supplies used to make my Hello, doily card :

Stamp set: Hello, Doily #122845

Ink:  Whisper White Craft ink

Card stock and paper:  Cherry Cobbler #119685, Whisper White #100730 and Frostwood Lodge Designer Series Paper

Accessories and tools:   3/8" Quilted Satin Ribbon in Cherry Cobbler #124105, white embossing powder #109132, embossing tool #100005, Antique brads #117273, Embossing Buddy #103083, Powder Pals Tray #102197, Big shot #113439, Scallop Square #115950, Paper-piercing Tool #116631, Medium Square envelopes #107289

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