Today's card was created for the latest Sunday Stamps card challenge. To create my card I started by layering a piece of kraft cardstock from Hobby Lobby onto my A2 white card base. I then die cut a stitched rectangle panel out of white cardstock from Staples using a Gina Marie Designs die. Using patterned papers from the My Mind's Eye 6x6 Signature Christmas paper pad I cut 3/4" strips in various lengths to create the branches of my tree. I adhered each piece using snail adhesive. The trunk of the tree is a piece of early espresso cardstock from Stampin' UP cut down to a 3/4" by 3/4" square and the star is more of the patterned paper cut out using a simple star die I picked up at Hobby Lobby. I stamped the sentiment from the Amy R Big Christmas Wishes stamp set using Gina K Designs charcoal brown ink. I love how primitive and simple this card is. Thank you for stopping off at my blog today and if you like my card be sure to leave a comment. I read and appreciate all of them!
What a great way to use up lots of fun Christmas paper and create a fun Christmas tree! I love it! Thanks so much for playing with this weeks challenge at Sunday Stamps!
Beautiful! I love a scrappy card - what fun papers you've chosen! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!
I love the primitive look too Celeste and what a great way to use up those snippets of paper we all have! Fabulous!
That is just way too cute! Love this design! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps, hope to see you again soon!
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