Friday, October 11, 2013

Seasons of Wonder - 100th Post

Wow...I can't believe I have posted 100 cards to my blog. What better way to celebrate that, than with a card using Doodle Pantry images. This set was previously sold through CDS (Clearly Digital Stamps) and is now being released through Doodle Pantry.


This is the Season of Wonder set and it's just beautiful. I chose to use a PRE-COLORED image for my card. I used the digital paper that comes with the set, as well as one of the sentiments. I cut the manger using my Silhouette Cameo. I distressed it with a little bit of black ink. I printed the colored image and used a bit of blue ink to distress it. The straw roof is actually a cut file called reeds and was cut using the Silhouette Cameo. I cut them in several different sizes to be able to add layers. I also put a few pieces in the rafters and at the bottom of the manger. I added the star charm to the top of the roof. The sentiment was printed on white card stock, cut with a Spellbinder's die and distressed with dark blue ink. This was adhered to the pattern paper from the set, then dark blue card stock and finally a white card stock base.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:


20 comments:

  1. A Christmas card with the true meaning of Christmas!! Great card. Thanks for joining our Distressed Challenge at Delightful Challenges.

    ~~Chris
    DC-DT

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  2. What a fabulous holiday card! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘ANYTHING GOES’ challenge and please come back again soon!
    Darlene
    one of the 'Sistahs'
    The Sisterhood of Crafters
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

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  3. This is fabulous :) what a lovely scene

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  4. And yes thank you for sharing with us at ATSM !!

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  5. This is the card style I love most. It is beautiful. And, so gorgeous the way you added the thatch roof that way.

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  6. what a lovely card for christmas thanks for sharing with brown sugar this week Rachel DT

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  7. Lovely Christmas card, very different! Love your image and how you made the straw roof. Thank you for joining us at ATSM.

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  8. Great card!! Thanks for joining us at SWAT!
    Angela

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  9. Beautiful card. I love nativity cards and the "straw" on the roof gives it a little pop. Thanks for joining us this week on MFP's Sketch with a Twist.

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  10. Beautiful card, beautiful image!
    Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
    Hugs,Sandra

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  11. Wow the straw roof technique is so effective on this card., Thanks so much for joining us this month at the Lady Anne's Stamp Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

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  12. This is such a pretty card, I love the thatched roof you created! Thank you for joining us this week at Delightful Challenges at Digital Delights! I hope you play along with us again soon!

    Jackie, Digital Delights Delightful Challenge DT

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  13. Whoo hoo for 100 cards!!
    This is beautiful!! I love what you did on the roof!

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  14. Beautiful project! Thanks for blessing us at Word Art Wednesday with your talents!

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  15. Congrats on the 100th post! Love the silhouette cut manger and the CDS/DP image. Beautiful card!
    hugs
    Glenda

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  16. I'm with Glenda, Congrats on your 100th post! I love the "straw" covering the manger, gorgeous card!

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  17. A stunning card, gorgeous image and I love the Straw on top of the Manger. Thank you for joining us at My Heart Pieces Challenge. Marlene DT

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  18. Spectacular design! I love the manger you created with your silhouette. It couldn't be more perfect with Laurie's lovely image.

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  19. Oh Susan this is precious! Great job on the thatching for the roof :)

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  20. A lovely card and great interpretation on our 'scene' twist. Thanks for adding your twist to our theme over at C2CU (Crafts-Too Challenge You). Chris xxx

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