Sunday, December 5, 2010

Another Christmas Stamp Camp Card

I've been searching blogs the past few days for ideas.  I have a stamp camp coming up and I need another Christmas card design or two.  I wanted to use Dasher this year (can't believe I didn't ink him up last year!), and after seeing this card by Bronwyn Eastley, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.  I pretty much CASE'd her card - just added the ticket corner punch and black brads along with some clear rhinestones.  I think this would make a great Christmas card to give to a guy.  Hy hubby liked it when I showed it to him last night, so this will be his card as well as one I offer at my stamp camp on Friday.

Had a tough time getting a good picture today as it's rather overcast and gloomy out there today, but here he is:

I hope the gals like this one.

Stamp Sets:  Dasher, Many Merry Messages
Inks:  Encore Silver, Cherry Cobbler
Card Stocks:  Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler (textured), Groom Specialty
Accessories:  Black Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Antique Brad, Basic Rhinestones, Ticket Corner Punch, Black Brads, Stampin' Dimensionals


Cindy said...

Love the use of the Groom Specialty paper with this. It looks so elegant! (Wish it was still available - I'm hoarding what little I have!)

Yapha said...

Gorgeous card! I love the rhinestones in the antlers!

Shelley said...

Very eye catching! The rhinestones are a great addition!

Heidi Baks said...

I love the rhinestones in the antlers - I haven't seen that before.

WebDeb said...

That antique brad is the perfect touch for this WOW card!

Holly / InkPaperStamps said...

Love how you did the ribbon, Cheryl!

Tanya Boser said...

So pretty and elegant! Dasher is so wonderful with sparkles in his antlers :)

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Very elegant. I like this one!

Mickey Roberts said...

Very pretty! Love the simplicity of the design combined with some well-placed details.

Andrea said...

Hi Cheryl,

Here's the tutorial you requested from my blog:

These would be perfect for the stamp camp you have coming up, you could even use the dasher stamp to decorate the front.

Good luck and enjoy making them. They really are fun to give and make.

Have a great day.

Sofia said...

So pretty and elegant ... and even more gorgeous in real life.