Thursday, October 10, 2013

Snowed in


I wanted this Stampendous stamp last Christmas and managed to get my hands on one soon after Christmas so a bit late to use but it does mean I get to use it for this year.
I used the Smoked Slate inkpad from Stamping Up and I stamped it twice on linen card which why you get the uneven stamping.  The Spellbinders I used could be Romantic Rectangle but I'm not sure but the poinsettia is a spellbinder.
A bit of twine before I layered the house oval, the touch of red of bringing it alive.
A successful day now I've only a couple of cards to make instead of six and now I'm thinking maybe I can sneak in some cardmaking time just for fun.


54 comments:

  1. Simply beautiful card Debby!

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  2. Snap on that card Debby and needless to say I've not even got it out. Yours looks very effective with the slightly lighter colour ink.

    B x

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  3. Love what you have done with this stamp x

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  4. Fantastic card - so different x

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  5. Hi Debby
    Love this stamp to .... Your card looks Fabulous.....
    Hugs Sylvie xxx

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  6. I adore this stamp and love to see the different ways people use it. Looks fab in gret with that hint of red

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  7. So beautiful! The white poinsettia adds a nice touch.

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  8. Its fab Debby, I really love this image and it may just have to find a home here! Susan x

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  9. Stunning card Debby. I love that image. The twine and poinsettia are gorgeous too.
    hugs Sue xx

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  10. this is beautiful, I have just bought this die, love the touch of red
    Tilly

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  11. This is just gorgeous,love the image and fab colours.xxx

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  12. lovely card Debby, so romantic

    malika

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  13. Oh love your beautiful card Debby!!
    XXXX Heidy

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  14. Hi Debby
    Gosh this is stunning. I love the pure white, and the touch of red with the twine is a lovely touch.
    I have just bought a poinsettia die by spellbinders so I hope my flowers look like yours they are gorgeous. Debbiex

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  15. This is gorgeous Debby, love that stamp and the soft grey is perfect for it.
    Must have that poinsettia die...you always temp me to spend money :0)
    Hugs Mau xx

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  16. Stunning Debbt, gorgeous image and design, hugs Kate x

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  17. beautiful card Debby, I love this stamp and the way you have framed it.
    Kevin xx

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  18. Debby, that is a beautiful stamp! I love that die you used with it too! Beautiful!!!
    Hugs, Dena

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  19. this has to be my all time fave Christmas stamp - love your card too Debby xx

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  20. Fabulous card - sooo elegant.

    Sarah

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  21. Really lovely - love the little pop of colour with the twine and pearls x

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  22. This is gorgeous Debby.

    Hugs
    Cathy
    xxxxx

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  23. Very classic and vintage creation Debby ... love it. I can see why you were after the stamp!

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  24. Absolutely fantastic Debby!
    Hugs
    Jane

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  25. Wat mooiiiiii
    Groetjes
    Ook je vorige prachtig

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  26. such a gorgeous card darl... I do love that stamp... so elegant & I love the layout too :)

    love n hugz Angie xXx

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  27. Stunning card, Debby! Love the stamp!

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  28. Fabulous image Debby..love the vintage feel..gorgeous card.

    luv CHRISSYxx

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  29. Beautiful and stunning Debby.
    luv
    irene
    xxxx

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  30. This is gorgeous Debby! I've been trying to find that stamp since last year but haven't been able to get my hands on it! The little bit of red sure makes it pop!
    Hugs, Renee

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  31. This is gorgeous Debby. I love the stamp and pretty die cut.
    Lorraine x

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  32. Your card is gorgeous, Debby. You must be getting quite a stack of Christmas cards made!

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  33. Gorgeous Debby, a very elegant card.

    Deborah A

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  34. Simply beautiful!
    Helen x

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  35. Gorgeous Debby, a very elegant card x

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  36. Gorgeous card Debby. I love this stamp - I bought it too, a few days before Christmas last year... hoping to get a bit more use out of it this year! Hugs, Lisa x

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  37. Love the style of card you've made

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  38. OMGoodness, I have this stamp and what you have done with it simply ROCKS!!!! You have definitley taken it to the next level. I am such an admirer of your work. I went to Splitcoast to see if you had posted it there so I could favorite it, but you haven't posted it there yet.LOVE THIS!!!

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  39. Oh Debby! I am so glad you made this particular card. It is fantastic!
    I have been eying up that stampevery time I go to Michaels in Bellingham, USA. I have a coupon for 40% off but I always have wondered if it would look too dark.
    The lighter ink you chose is so perfect for this. I love how you did the popped forward train!

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  40. What a lovely stamps, very nice ☺
    Hugs Erica ☼

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  41. love this debby.my all time fav christmas stamp and your design is beautiful :D

    xx coops xx

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  42. So stunning Deb, just STUNNING I tell you!!

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  43. Love this card Debby. One of my favourite stamps from last year! X

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  44. Stunning! Wow, wow, WOW Debby! Love the touch of red - really adds that special little touch that you always do so well :-)

    Jocelyn x

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  45. Your white on white is inspiring me, Debby! This is lovely! Hugs, Lesley

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  46. Beautiful card. Love the little 'pop' of red but having trouble finding bakers twine with a nice bright white background. Could I ask what brand you used?

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