Saturday, 4 June 2016

Happy Little Stampers "Twine" Challenge

It's June and time for another Happy Little Stampers challenge:


I have a roll of red and white twine, perfect for Christmas, so made this card as my Design Team card:


I stamped and heat embossed the ornaments and used their matching punch.  I then punched tiny holes in the tops and threaded the twine through the holes and around the branches of the die cut evergreen bow.  I popped up the ornaments on foam tape and only stuck down the top of the pine bough so that it also has some dimension. I added a Happy Little Stampers sentiment and popped the whole panel up on fun foam.

Come and join us at Happy Little Stampers and show us your Christmas cards using twine!






Supplies:
Stamps -  SU Delightful Decorations, HLS noel sentiment
Ink -  ColorBox Cranberry and Evergreen
Paper - white and dark green cs
Size - A2
Accessories - red/white twine, SU ornament punch, Memory Box pine needle border die, Ranger Rich Red embossing powder, Stampendous Pearlustre Emerald embossing powder, foam tape, fun foam



9 comments:

  1. What a lovely festive card Sussan and I love how the baubles are hanging from the pine bough!

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  2. Susan, clever idea to use the twine as hangers for these beautiful ornaments. Love your 'border branches' too. Great design, and love the twine too! TFS

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  3. You just can't beat a classic like this, Susan! It's so very pretty and festive for Christmas! Hugs, Darnell

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  4. I'm with Darnell ... your red and green card is classis. A great design Susan! xx

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  5. So festive and perfect for the Holidays. TFS Susan.

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  6. Very nice! I really like ornaments for a Christmas card. They look great with the branch.

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  7. Very nice! I really like ornaments for a Christmas card. They look great with the branch.

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  8. I love these pretty red ornaments, Susan! Great idea to use twine to hang them from the pine branches!

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  9. Very pretty Christmas ornaments and I like the idea of punching them to thread the twine. Regina

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