Monday, July 11, 2016

Christmas Scene

I recently purchased a few sets from A Jillian Vance Design and this Christmas Scene card was made using some of the images from her Winter Woodland set. I only got one design done but I think I will be using this set for more cards as well. There are some really cute woodland creatures on it.

I used Momento inks and stamped the design onto glossy white card stock. I went very simple but cut the scene out with a My Favorite Things Die-Namics Wonky Rectangle Die. I also used a die from that set to cut out the red gingham pattern paper which is from Gina K. Designs. The sentiment from the set was layered onto red card stock and added to the front focal panel. Next I layered all onto a base card of white card stock. My finishing touch was to add some more gingham inside the card.

I am entering this card in the Double D's Blog Challenge where the theme is Simply Gingham.

Well, we were blessed again with more rain. In fact, we got 3 1/2 inches in the early morning hours. There is a possibility of even more tonight. I guess we shall see what the night will bring. But it seems the drought is broken for us. Already the weeds are popping up in the garden. So weeding will be the next thing besides gathering the produce. We had our first peas and beans from the garden so  I hope they will continue to bear well.

Thanks again for the lovely comments. I cherish all of them.

God bless,


KT Fit Kitty said...

Aw, this is adorable! Such a cute little bunny scene! I love scene cards! Nice gingham paper too!

Ina G said...

Adooooooooooable card Verna. Just gorgeous.

Rushd Lady said...

Getting an early start on your Christmas cards I see, Verna! As you know, I love gingham too and I'm putting my order in early this year! grin! *wink*

Diane said...

Adorable card Verna and love the added 'gingham'! Thank you for joining our challenge at Double D!
Diane DD DT

Barbara said...

You have another Christmas card for your stash. I think I love a gingham Christmas card. This one has such a cute theme and as others have said, is adorable. Glad you got some much needed rain and you are starting to harvest the veggies. Such a good feeling.

Donna Phelan said...

Fantastic design, I really love the scene you have created! The trees, the gingham, that sweet bunny and that awesome sentiment! Super cute!

Darlene said...

Awesome creation Verna! I never thought to use gingham for a holiday card but it sure looks FABULOUS! Thanks for inspiration and Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Simply Gingham’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

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Judy Woodland said...

Oh, how cute. I would never have thought to use a bunny on a Christmas card, but it works perfectly. As does the gingham background, you are so creative!! LOVE this little, happy card!!

Karen D. said...

super sweet card, love the red and white gingham paper as the bkg
TFS and hugs,

Kathy Krug said...

Love the cute woodland scene on the red gingham.

Vicki Dutcher said...

So very cute! The added gingham just adds the perfect pop of fun~ Thanks for joining in at DD's

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

oh my goodness! This is just too cute! Love the coloring!

Patti said...

Verna This card is adorable!! I think the gingham just makes it perfect! : )

So sorry to be missing from Blogland recently but I hope to be back in full swing soon!


Shari M said...

Very cute card for Christmas. The gingham does make it pop.

Asha said...

A bunny for Christmas .... how adorable!
x Asha

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