2009-09-22

American Art Stamp Christmas Trees


This is an image designed by Robin Pickens for American Art Stamp.
I stamped it in Razzberry chalk ink and then distressed around the edges. A little glitter was added to the image as well with a sentiment from AAS.
The paper is Cosmo Cricket and I used both sides. The bottom was the back side which I just cut to look like a hill and stitched it onto the other piece of paper.
The ribbon is from Michael's.
Enjoy everyone and thanks so much fro stopping in today***

16 comments:

Julie Koerber said...

You are one talented sewer -- Love that stitched look -- majorly! I might have to give that a try! Love the fun colors too!

acreativeneed said...

This is wonderful Janine!! I love how you made a sloping hill from the dp and stitched it on like that!
smiles,Deena

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Great card, Janine. Love the stamps you used and the papers. Great idea to make that little hill!

Danni said...

How pretty!

The Rubber Maid said...

Fun to see a bright and different colored Christmas card. Love it ! Pat

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

I love your design Janine!!! Love the stitching on your hill and the fun colors!! Beautiful work!

Risa said...

Your card is totally awesome Janine! Your sewing is beautiful and so is your image!
hugs
Risa:)

catdidit said...

Beautiful card Janine! Love the nontraditional Christmas colors you used!

Elena said...

Wonderful card, Janine! I love your amazing sewing and layout of this card!

~amy~ said...

love this...great colors janine!!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Fantastic Janine!! Love the non-traditional colors and your stitching is amazing! GREAT job!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh fun Janine, love the paper, awesome work.

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

SO lovely -- wonderful colors!

Jenny Gropp said...

I am so envious of your stitching -- it is PERFECT! Love the non-trad colors!

Rose Ann said...

I love your fun trees and pretty papers, Janine!! Fabulous stitching too!!

Kay said...

Your stitching is beeeutifully done! It's a great way to showcase this stamp, with the hill and the snowflakes! WOWSER.