Monday, July 4, 2011

Christmas in July

I hope everyone had a fun and safe fourth of July!  I had a pleasant day and enjoyed a cookout with my family and then watched fireworks in our neighborhood.  Now I'm ready to call it a night but wanted to post this card while I had a chance.  Tomorrow is lining up already to be a busy day.

The Paper Players have a cool challenge this week ... Christmas in July.  I bought a new Christmas set but didn't want to "show it" yet.  So, I used a set that just retired.  Ok, I really like how this card turned out and may just use this as one of my designs this year. 

Stamps:  Christmas Classic (retired)
Paper:  Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla
DSP:  Jolly Holiday (retired)
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler
Accessories:  Cherry Cobbler baker's twine, Old Olive ribbon and brads, polka dot embossing folder, Cuttlebug tag die, Stickles
All products are SU unless otherwise noted.

Please excuse the bad pictures lately.  Some setting on my camera has changed and I don't know what it is yet.  Taking this picture at night didn't help matters either.

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!
Pam~

17 comments:

Sandra said...

I love this Pam! Your twine bauble hooks are very clever. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Players this week!

Lauri said...

Beautiful card!!! Love the twine holding the ornaments! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players this week!

Becky said...

Beautiful card. Love how you used that bakers twine.

KER said...

awesome card...love the twine and tag

Always Playing with Paper said...

How pretty! I love the way you used the baker's twine! That die cut is awesome too! So happy you play with us at the Paper Players Pam!!!
Hugs,
Lesley

Mary said...

Your card is beautiful.Using the bakers twine the way that you have is a great idea. :)

Mary

jaydee said...

Pam, loved the fact that you stamped the ornaments at different heights, and the Baker's Twine is just perfect to hang them from. I wonder what Christmas set you ordered (wink)! I bet you are going to do wonderful things with it:-)
I love how you used the brads and the ribbon with the tag, too.
Really fabulous card.
So glad you joined the Paper Players again this week
Jaydee

C@ro said...

Lovely. I like the way you used the strings for the ornaments.

LeAnne said...

Lovely! I know what you mean about "saving" your new stuff for the right time! LOL! Thanks for playing with the PP this week!

Joannna Munster said...

What a lovely Christmas card!!! I love it! Hugs, J

gale said...

What a great card! That Christmas ball looks really neat. How did I miss that set??

Angela said...

This is a wonderful card. What a great idea to use the baker's twine like that! I also wanted to let you know that I gave you the Sweet Blog Award. You can see the details on my blog.

Tui Nathan said...

What a lovely and very clever creation ... I too, love how you have used the twine to hang the glittery baubles ... they look super!
I also love the DSP, such a jolly feeling paper for any Christmas project!
Thank you for joining us this week at Paper Players!

Benzi said...

Pam I LOVE this card....I love ornaments, too. What a great job with this card. Your tag is so pretty and, of course, I love that Cherry Cobbler.

Anne Marie said...

Ooooh, Pam! This is F-U-N!! I just love the whimsical-feel of your ornaments and that baker's twine wraps them up perfectly. So what is this new set ou are keeping under wraps? Eeek! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week! Big hugs! :)

Ann Schach said...

Beautiful, Pam! The Baker's Twine is the perfect touch! Clean and classy! This would be perfect for one of your Christmas card designs this year! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players this week!

Renee said...

love love love it! Lovin the bakers twine :D great card! hugz n blessings