Friday, April 9, 2010

Christmas Sketch Inspiration #2

Today's card, which is 4.25" square, is based on another sketch by Teri on page 9 of Papercrafts Go-To Sketches. I moved the sentiment up a bit, but otherwise it's pretty close to the sketch. It's nice to make a Christmas card that isn't red and green, LOL!

This Christmas tree stamp is from Hero Arts. All those swirls make me happy, and blinging them makes me even happier!

For those who asked, the Picasso quotation stamp Marty sent me is by Inkadinkado.

Update on Lincoln Hammett: Lincoln is home and happy and playing with his two big sisters. Unfortunately, he isn't healthy enough to have chemo, so the cancer cells are spreading unchecked. Please continue to pray for him and his family.

stamps: Hero Arts, PTI
ink: Memories soft silver, Palette Noir
cardstock: PTI white, SU basic black
accessories: corner rounder, dimensionals, silver ribbon, clear bling


  1. love the use of the corner rounder on the top layer and how it contrasts in both shape and color with the black layer...very eye pleasing!!!
    patti moffett

  2. Gorgeous, I agree, it's so nice to see a Christmas card without red or green, I love the black and white. Hev:)

  3. That card makes me happy, too. I love bling....I should use it more often.

  4. Elegant to the max!

  5. This is a most gorgeous Christmas card, Susan!! Very classy, with just the right sparkle!!

    Will be praying for Lincoln.

  6. Beautiful Susan, just love the colour scheme! Love Kate x

  7. God's peace, sustenance and love to the Hammett family - please pass this on from my small corner of England, Sue. Thank you.

  8. This is very elegant in silver and black with just a touch of bling.

  9. Very pretty -- love the black/white/silver combo. Christmasy yet oh-so-elegant.

  10. Wonderful Christmas card! I love this layout!

    PS, I just found a bunch of the the Picasso quotation stamps last night at Michaels in the clearance section if your followers are interested. I love enabling! LOL


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