This card is another I did with the digital pattern papers from the Artsy Stampers Digitals. This time I chose to use the green distressed design. I also had an already die cut lacy border from Crafter's Companion that I thought would work well with that paper. When it was added it reminded me of a table cloth we once had that was adorning our table for many Christmases.
I stamped a Merry Christmas from a set by Sparkle N Sprinkle (no longer in business) which I thought looked great with it. And, I added some gems along side of it. Also I used some green and red plaid ribbon to add to my design as I thought it dressed it up a lot and that way covered the seam between the pattern paper and the die cut design.
This will be my last entry into the Artsy Stampers Digital Challenge #2-Pattern Paper. I have made several cards this week with this digital set and although I am not really good at digitals I do find ways of making use of them by going to a Word doc. and then fussy cutting my designs. This pattern paper was so lovely I thought it was able to be used on it's own without adding another poinsettia.
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Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Distressed Pattern Paper Christmas
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The Artsy Stamper papers are beautiful and I love your lace border! I'm really loving your cards using Artsy Stamper! Must check them out Stunning card, Verna!
Really festive look, I do like that plaid ribbon a lot too, goes well!
Such fabulous digital papers and what a striking design on your wonderful card Verna x.
Pretty! I love the traditional colors you used. I have never tried printing off patterned papers. : ) I will have to give it a try!!
Boy, you are getting very techy with your colored digital papers. This makes for a great Christmas card. Way to go. I just arrived in Florida and now that the house is back in order and cleaned up, it will be on to my craft room today. Yipee!
This is lovely Verna! It really does look like a tablecloth. Perfect with the addition of the plaid ribbon too.
This is a beautiful holiday card. I love the plaid ribbon. It reminds me of when everyone used that plaid to decorate with at Christmas. [Bunny]`
That paper is perfect for Christmas cards. Love the ribbon too. Great design.
What a pretty card! You're right - it does look like a tablecloth! The rhinestones add the perfect sparkle.
Thanks for making my digitals the subject of your post. I am so glad that you are enjoying them. This card is perfect for our Challenge over at Artsystamper Digitals Challenge Blog. Thanks for entering it.
Beverly AKA Artsystamper
Hi Verna! Lovely design and you certainly nailed the distressed look.
That background paper is beautiful and I love the red, lacy border....so pretty together! Beautiful card!
A lovely combo of pretty paper, ribbon and a die-cut border! Very pretty card!
WOW you are creating some AMAZING cards with these digitals! WELL DONE my friend! Thanks so much for playing in our challenge at the Artsystamper Challenge Blog!
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What a wonderful lacy border Verna - it really makes your card come alive layered below that beautiful paper!
Very pretty I really like the lacy border! Those papers sure are awesome!
Beautiful card, Verna! I am loving these products! Thanks for sharing!
You couldn't ask for a prettier Christmas card, and so easy! I have to remember to do this with some of my papers. Love the red lacy border. You do just fine with digis, Verna, from what I've seen.
Pretty design, gorgeous lace border and heavenly-font sentiment!
You are so right - that lace edge does look just like a tablecloth! And the plaid ribbon is perfect here. :) Absolutely beautiful!
This is SO beautiful! Love that digital paper and the lacy border is perfect!
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