Saturday, November 03, 2007

Old St. Nick

Happy Saturday everyone! Hope everyone has had a good morning so far! I have been searching Ebay looking for a large LEGO lot for Jolee for Christmas. She loves building things so I think now is a really good time to get her some. However, I don't want to pay $60 for a new set that is very boyish and only has 100 pieces or so. Which is why I have a 23 lb. lot on my watchlist! If any of you have tons of regular (or girly) legos you'd like to sell, EMAIL ME!! {grin} Anyway, here is my card for today. I tried him simple at first (since stamping with this guy is waaaaay out of my normal boundaries!) but I will try another card in black and color him too. I think I am going to mass produce about 10 of these for family since I only have about 3 Christmas cards done so far! Normally most of my 60 cards are different, but I don't think I'll have a lot of time for that this year!

  • CMS-11 St. Nick, FL-31 Bough and Cone (background) stamp sets (smARTworks)
  • Cranberry Crisp, Going Gray CS
  • Cranberry Crisp ink
  • Copic gray marker
  • glitter
  • ribbon
  • pop dots, sponge

I just love how this looks like sugar! I need to use this on some Christmas treat cards! Speaking of which, I ordered my Paper Trey 'Holiday Treats' and 'Take a Bough' sets the other day. I also got their CS since I heard such wonderful things about it!


Don't forget to leave a comment on this post to win some Christmas blog candy!! Have a great weekend everyone!!

9 comments:

Amy said...

Love this card Heidi! The glitter looks great on the edge.

Hugs,
Amy

Rose Ann said...

Your Santa card is so nice! I love the glittered edge!

Jennifer Hodge said...

This is a great christmas card. Thanks for tha chance to win some candy!

Julie Masse said...

What a great card Heidi! I love the all red image - sooo pretty!

jen del muro said...

this is so pretty!! love your details!

Janet B said...

I love the sparkly edges! Gorgeous!

Colleen said...

what an interesting stamp...your card turned out beautifully!

Susan T said...

Old Saint Nick never looked so jolly. That glittered edge is the perfect touch!

Christi said...

I love this card and that edge is awesome! Great job!