Merry & Type- Take 2

Between Thanksgiving, Chase's second birthday, being sick and Decorating for Christmas, I've neglected my blog.  I'm hoping to get back into a good routine and post all of my Christmas projects before Christmas.  lol
Today's card has a very simple layout and uses one of my favorite punches.  I used the postage stamp from the Merry & Type Stamp Set.  I colored the image with my Stampin' Write Markers and then using the Postage Stamp Punch, punched the images out.  Also, using a Glitter Pen I added a little sparkle to the ornaments.  It's really hard to see in the pictures, but it's there.  I also added a piece of the Cherry Cobbler Scallop Dots Ribbon to finish it off.

I hope everyone has a great Thursday.  Take care.

Supplies:  Merry & Type & Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Sets, Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade & Very Vanilla Cardstocks, 2011-2013 In Color Patterns DSP,  Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink, Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade & Early Espresso Stampin' Write Markers, Postage Stamp & 1 1/4 in. Square Punches and Cherry Cobbler Scallop Dots Ribbon


Donna Heber said...

Hi Carrie,

Beautiful ornament card with pretty sparkle! It is a busy time for all of us I think. I've been neglecting my blog too!

Gina said...

I love those images that look like postage stamps. This is a really cute card. Hope everything settles down for you soon!

Dixie said...

Really cute Christmas card! Love the layout and it is so perfect for these stamps & punch.

Jennipher said...

Wonderful project Carrie! Love the color scheme and that stamp set is fabulous too. Sorry I have been MIA for awhile. Lots of stuff going on and can't seem to catch my breath. Hope you are doing well.

Margaret said...

Love this layout, especially with the stamps! The scallop ribbon also does a great job mimicking the edges of the stamps. Hope things are a little less hectic for you now!

Anonymous said...

Carrie, I finally located your blog. Just beautiful work. I particularly love the Advent decorations. How lucky my family was to enjoy such a lovely sight. Merry Christmas

Angela Polin

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