By now many of you have received your 2010 Holiday Mini Catalogs, so I guess this really isn't a sneak preview any more. This stamp is called Christmas Postcard, and is on page 41 of the mini. I'm having so much fun coloring these days! The Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon is also in the mini (pg. 21), and is absolutely heaven to work with. It's so soft, and ties into lovely bows that aren't bulky. Love it! It is available in Always Artichoke and Very Vanilla, too.
Edited to add: The background was stamped in Sahara Sand on the Confetti White cardstock.
Stamps: Christmas Collage background (121279), Christmas Postcard (121428)
Cardstock: Confetti White (102028), Crumb Cake (120953), Cherry Cobbler (119685)
Inks: Cherry Cobbler Classic (119669), Sahara Sand Classic (105208), Basic Gray Classic (109120), Baja Breeze Classic (111833), Blushing Bride Classic (119786), Pear Pizazz Stampin' Write Marker (119801, set of 5 In Colors), Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker (100079), Wild Wasabi Stampin' Write Marker (120975), So Saffron Stampin' Write Marker (105114)
Accessories: Basic Pearls (119247), Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding Ribbon (120992)
the more I see this set the more I like it....thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Your coloring is gorgeous. What color did you use on the bg stamp? It's so subtle. Thanks for the comment about the cherry cobbler seam binding ribbon. I was under the impression that it was just for sewing.ReplyDelete
Sharon, I tried to email you, but it got bounced back, so I hope you see this. I used Sahara Sand for the background stamp. Tried Crumb Cake first, but it was too dark. :-)ReplyDelete
Stunning card. Love how you have colored it and that ribbon is to die for. Also love how you have distressed the embossing in the background. GORGEOUSReplyDelete
Don't you just love that ribbon? This card is just so beautiful. Love it! The Sahara Sand background is so perfect.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! TYFS!ReplyDelete
I'm a new follower from SC.
I love your gorgeous card! What color did you use for the Christmas Collage background?ReplyDelete
Betty, I used Sahara Sand for the Christmas Collage background.ReplyDelete