Monday, September 10, 2012

Hope

I made a fall card earlier then I decided to create another Christmas card for my stash.  I used my Winter  Tortellini and Spinach by Jillibean Soup along with some paper from Grandma's Lima Bean Soup.  I used my Cricut (Doodlecharms) to cut out the stocking, the letters are from American Crafts and finally some V Striped Twill from May Arts to tie it off.


I used this week's sketch from Retro Sketches:

13 comments:

Barb said...

so pretty! love the red & blue combo

TesaB said...

Gorgeous card, Lauresl! Wonderful colors and beautiful stocking.

Carla said...

Great card - love that you hung the stocking with a clothespin - very cute!!

Lisa Lara said...

Oh my golly Laurel this is just so fun. I love how you did your sentiment.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS!! I love love love that wood grain and the stocking!!!!!!

Karen Pedersen said...

What a great card. I love the color combo and the mixture of patterns! That little clothes pin is the perfect finishing touch.

Rose said...

super fun :)

bonnie said...

You must have quite a selection already in your stash! This is super cute, I love Christmas stockings! Hugs x

Audrey Pettit said...

Love it! Fabulous paper combo and I adore the stocking and big bow. Really love how you did the sentiment on the side, too!

Mara Campbell said...

Great card, I love the little clothespin!

Annette said...

totally adorable...love it

Chris Millar said...

Hi Laurel,
I am writing to you on behalf of Aussie Scrap Source. We are the Australian Wholesaler for Jillibean Soup as well as many other products. We will be doing a feature on Jillibean Soup in the coming months and wondered whether we would be able to display your gorgeous 'Hope' card as an example of using the product. Please click this link to check out the Aussie Scrap Source blog.
http://aussiescrapsource.typepad.com/aussie_scrap_source/

Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Chris Millar
Aussie Scrap Source Design Team Member
cmmillar@optusnet.com.au

Lisa Arana said...

beautiful layering and papers and the one large hope is the perfect finish.