Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Season's Greetings

Hello everyone! I feel like I can't seem to catch up with things lately (really...what's new?), and I'm grateful when I can make time to sit down and create a card or two. Today I've made a card with my Stick Chicks Girl with Sleigh and Gifts stamp. The sentiment is from the Lizzie Anne Designs Holiday Script set. Stick Chicks are such fun images to color, and I always have fun with my dies, and bling too!

Stamps: Girl with Sleigh and Gifts (Stick Chicks), Holiday Script (Lizzie Anne Designs)
Card Stock: Always Artichoke, White, Wassail (BasicGrey)
Ink: Tuxedo Black, Copic Markers, Spica Glitter Pens
Accessories: Wonky Squares Die (Spellbinders), Crown Border Die-namics (MFT), Layer Ease, Want 2 Scrap Bling

Tomorrow is the Gourmet Rubber Stamps Designs Team Challenge, so stop back when you get a chance. Thanks for visiting, and I hope you have a wonderful day!!
Thanks for visiting!

12 comments:

Joan B said...

adorable. this is so cute.

jackiestamps4fun said...

'Tis the season to not have enough time for anything and everything! Your card is awesome! I just love the colors, and your coloring is great, Rose Ann!

fran said...

This is darling! Love the shape - perfect for your cute girl!

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is ADORABLE Rose-Ann! LOVE this fun image!

Allison said...

Super! I love these stick girls esp. with the Wisteria!

Janine said...

Love those stick chicks!! Have a most Merry Christmas Rose Ann.

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

I love how you swirly cut the main image piece!

Dawn Easton said...

Fabulous, Rose Ann! Sweet image! Love the added rhinestones to the crown die tips!!!

Cindy Haffner said...

I LOVE her Rose Ann!!~

Joan Ervin said...

This is such a cute image, Rose Ann...your coloring is beautiful and I love the papers you used!!!!

Leslie Miller said...

Love this! These Stick Chicks are so cool! Great paper and design, and the wavy die cut is just perfect with the movement of the image.

kathleenh said...

I love the long skinny legs on this girl and the wonky spellbinder dies you used with it captures the whimsy of it so well!