Quick post to start you week off creatively!
Instead of designing for one of my teams I’m on – I’m playing with someone else’s challenge!
Today, it’s for a long time love of mine, Freshly Made Sketches.
They always have clean, simple designs that are very easy to create with. I was drawn to this one.
I went with colors of red and green. Perhaps Christmas colors, but the sentiment could evoke really anything! Of course, adding the wreath and the ribbon makes this totally Christmas!
The up close of this mini wreath because it sooo sweet! A great addition to the card, don’t you think?
Thanks for stopping by!
- Stamp Set – Watercolor Christmas
- Framelits – Stitched Shapes
- Card Stock – Real Red
- Ink – Real Red, Whisper White
- DSP – Painted Autumn
- Other – Boxwood Wreaths Embellishments, Quilted Christmas 1/4 Ribbon
Did you catch our October Create with Connie and Mary tutorial? Well, the November Session is almost ready to be released! But, the October session is still available!
Here is a sneak at the November projects –
Our mini sessions include the instructions for 14 projects with full step-by-step tutorials :
- Each mini session includes TWELVE unique cards featuring at least three stamp sets
- Additionally, each mini session includes TWO 3D items perfect projects for your club, classes, stamp camps or gifts
- All 14 project tutorials are available once the mini session opens so you immediately have all project tutorials right there at your fingertips
- All designs and tutorials are EXCLUSIVELY for subscribers and will not be posted anywhere else online
- Our FABULOUS design team members are – Connie Babbert, Mary Brown, Melissa Davies, Libby Fens, and Debbie Henderson. They always have such GREAT ideas that are perfect and easy to recreate!
Mini sessions are available the 11th of each month (and you’ll have access for up to a year).
Demos…did you know this is a tax deduction for your Stampin’ Up! business? But…you don’t need to be a demo to enjoy our mini-subscriptions!
Check out CREATE WITH CONNIE AND MARY for more details!