Saturday, December 10, 2011

Tuesday Trigger - Deck the Halls

I'm so glad I FINALLY had time to make a challenge card and especially one for the Moxie Fab World Tuesday Trigger. I love the photo this week. You can click here to join in on this fun Moxie Fab challenge. I really wanted to use this super vintage ornament stamp set which is an exclusive Studio Calico/Hero Arts stamp from one of the Studio Calico December KOM add-ons (Nov was my bday month so I had to get an add-on since I got the $5 off coupon!). I just love these ornaments. I was definitely inspired by the colors in the photo and of course the ornaments. 


To make the background I colored each dot with markers - this assures that it is not the card you're going to make to send to all your friends and family this year - that took a while. Once I stamped it, I thought it was a little too bold for the background so I put a piece of vellum on top of the Distressed Dots panel to subdue the colors. Then I attached the panel to white card stock with foam tape. I stamped the ornaments, cut them out and adhered them to the vellum with foam tape and added twine. 


Thanks for taking a look!


Here's my card.

Materials
1. Card stock - Whisper White (Stampin Up)
2. Background Stamp - Distress Dots - Hero Arts
3. Ornaments Stamp - Studio Calico/Hero Arts
4. Ink - Riding Hood Red, Pool Party, Garden Green, Pretty in Pink (Stampin Up)
5. Twine - The Twinery (green - Martha Stewart)

5 comments:

  1. Oh, what a fabulous take on the Trigger! You definitely nailed the colors. So pretty!

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  2. Fantastic take on the trigger, Donna! Love that you added the vellum! Beautiful card! :)

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  3. Fab take on the inspiration Donna! I'm with you and haven't had much 'challenge' time lately, and I really miss them too!

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  4. Hey Donna! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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  5. beautiful!!! the dots in the back look great, love the vellum and the bold colorful ornaments! this was such a fun photo to play with, wasn't it???

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