Sunday, October 28, 2012

Win Stampers Anonymous Christmas Time Stamp!

The holidays are just around the corner...Thanksgiving and then Christmas.  I especially love this time of year. Happy times and good food are at the top of my list while celebrating holiday traditions with our daughters and their families, other family members and close friends. 

I am getting my holiday crafty "groove on" and have already started my Christmas cards and gift tags.   So, to get your holiday crafty "groove on", I am offering this brand new, Tim Holtz/Stamper's Anonymous Stamp as blog candy incentive! 

Simply follow my blog and comment here on my holiday tag project and you will be entered in a random draw on November 11th for the chance to win this awesome stamp collection.  Check back here on November 12th to see if you are the winner. 

 Deadline for commenting is midnight, DST, on the East Coast.  Stamp will be mailed to the winner on Monday, November 12th.

Here is the result of my first project, and I have to say, that I really love how it turned out!  This will accompany the gift for someone very special.
 I made a holiday card pocket to hold a gift card.  The quote is a favorite of mine and felt that it was perfect for the recipient of this pocket.
This is a close up of the quote.  I cut it from a scrap of October Afternoon paper in my stash.
The roses are touched up with Ranger's Rock Candy dry glitter.  Since using this in the Ranger class at CHA, I just can't seem to get enough of it on my projects.  I used a G45 tag along with October Afternoon Music paper from my stash for the background.  The roses on the tag were originally a peachy color, but I used red Copic markers to change them.  The red May Arts ribbon, piece of red punchella and crystal stick pins from Prima helped complete the mini bouquet.

 Memory Box dies...what can I say?  They are fabulous.  Available in the most intricate and detailed designs, these dies are another staple on my craft projects.  I used the Rock Candy glitter on the branches also to give them a crystal effect.  You know, like the ones you find in the floral aisles at holiday time in your local craft and hobby stores?  Some silver holly leaves and a feather finished off the background for the roses.

Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Papers: Basic Grey, Kaisercraft, October Afternoon
Flowers: Kaisercraft, Prima
Ribbon: May Arts Red Sheer Satin Band
Stick Pins: Prima
Tag: Graphic 45 Romantique
Ink: Clearsnap Chestnut Roan
Marker: Copic R27, R29, RV29
Glitter: Ranger/Tim Holtz Clear Rock Candy Dry Glitter
Glue: Ranger Glue N Seal
Other: Punchinella, feather

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newfiecrafter(Marilyn) said...

Stunning love the red and blue combo for the bouquet.

cebelica said...

Would you believe I've never heard/read this quote before? But I can see why you like it. Your card pocket turned out beautifully; I'm sure the recipient will like it and treasure it for a long time! Hugs! xx

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Wow Vicki! Stunning card! I love the light blue/red color combo. Awesome job with the festive flower cluster. I love the punchinella and branches! Thanks for the inspiration. =)

Veronica said...

Oh I love this stamp set!!!!
It is one I don't have.
I love the color combo you used AWESEOME!!!

Karen D. Jiles said...

Absolutely beautiful, Vicki!! I love the colors you chose also.

Rick Rosenshein said...
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Rick Rosenshein said...

The flowers look great and I love the color combination that you used on this card. Looks great!!!

Sam Langlar said...

Vicki, this card is just gorgeous, love the deep red with the light blue..perfect ;)

Monica Edwards said...

this is a GORGEOUS card Vicky love it!!


Monica Edwards said...

Gorgeous gorgeous card Vicky


Monica Edwards said...

this is a GORGEOUS card Vicky love it!!



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