To whomever asked about the chair in my craft room, I can't find any marks on it to help you, but I bought it at either Office Max or Office Depot years ago for not a lot of money. Most office supply stores stock office chairs, and you should be able to find something comparable very easily. My apologies for losing your email and taking so long to get back to you!
To everyone else, several of you commented that I must have a lot of Christmas stamps. You're darn tootin'. Today's featured stamp is a very old one from the long-out-of-business PSX. I love this large evergreen tree and had so much fun last night doing not two but THREE variations with it.
Actually, there was a fourth variation, but it was ugly.
To quote Pioneer Woman, I'm just keepin' it real.
Anyway, here are my three good cards with PSX's large evergree stamp.
This first one is LOTS prettier in real life but suffers from my meager photography skills. Vellum trimmed with a silver metallic marker overlays the tree, which is stamped on PTI white card stock with SU Garden Green and Chocolate Chip ink. The sentiment (from Papertrey's A Wreath for All Seasons set) is stamped on the vellum in Memento Rhubarb ink.
This soft and subtle card uses Memories Soft Leaf ink for the trees and Memories Hunter Green for the sentiment (which is from Papertrey's Signature Christmas). The vellum in the first two cards is attached with little pieces of ScorTape.
Finally, I stamped the tree off the edge of the card and drew a box using a Sharpie pen and cardboard template I made years ago for this purpose. If you make this design yourself, remember to wait to stamp the sentiment until you draw the box. That way, you can center the sentiment much more easily.
I had so much fun making these cards! It's good to be back in my craft room, even if I do have to keep it unnaturally clean between creative sessions and can't quite find everything I want.