Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Getting sketchy with the Pals

Here I am again, a day late and a dollar short ...


I had this post just about ready when my daughter, her boyfriend and my son all decided to play games and asked me to join.  I had so much fun and completely forgot about my blog.  No regrets though ... nothing beats family fun!

The Pals Paper Arts had a great sketch this week.  I liked it so much, that I think this will be used for a batch of Christmas cards.  Here is what the talented Margaret Moody designed ...


Sketch

I pulled out some Christmas stamps, DSP, ink and cardstock and went to work ... let me rephrase that ... went to playing.

Stamps:  Holiday Happiness
Paper:  Vanilla, Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler
DSP:  Jolly Holiday (retired)
Ink:  Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive
Accessories:  stamp-a-ma-jig, rhinestone, glitter pen (non SU), Marvy snowflake punch and star punch
All products are Stampin' Up unless otherwise noted.

Once again we have had a rainy day, hence the dark picture.  I find sometimes when I use the photo editor that the colors get really distorted.  I tried to keep this true to the colors used.

Thanks for stopping by and ...

Have a great day!
Pam~

8 comments:

Christy Q said...

Gorgeous, Pam! I love the DSP you used and how you used it for the base of the tree, so clever! Love the snowflake accent on the sentiment as well. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving, my friend!

Angela said...

This is beautiful, Pam! I love the star on top of the tree.

Rhonda Langley said...

Love those two papers together! The stamp-a-ma-jig is one tool I really need to use more-probably save me a lot of paper!!

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

I really LOVED this Christmas paper. and also LOVE polka dots and stripes. Your little tree is adorable. Hugs.

Benzi said...

I love this card, Pam. Ornaments galore! I need to use mine..when will I ever find time? Ugh! The dots and stripes are super.

You're right about the family fun...nothing like it.

Linda Fisher said...

Polka dots and stripes are my favorite!!!! All the details are appreciated by me! Just a wonderful Christmas card for sure!

Donna Heber said...

Wonderful card for the sketch Pam. This is another set I thought about purchasing, but you can't have them all, right?

Alison Barclay said...

Beautiful card!! It is very striking, clean & fresh! I found your blog through Mary Fish....you do wonderful cards. x