Wednesday, November 3, 2010

CASEd Christmas Luminary

Today I am very thankful for my good health, and that even for a woman of my advanced years *smile*, I don't have to take any prescription medications! For that I am truly grateful!!!

I saw THIS adorable Christmas Tree Luminaria a week or so ago over at Add Ink and Stamp, and just had to make one, too (with my own spin, of course!).  This was so much fun to make using SU's White Vellum Cardstock.  It's a nice sturdy weight, perfect for projects such as this.  One of the benefits to the cardstock weight is you can heat emboss it without making the paper all wonky!
Stamp: Snow Swirled (111690)
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler (119685), White Vellum Cardstock (101856), gold (non-SU)
Ink: VersaMark (102283)
Accessories: Paper Cutter with scoring blade (104152), Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439), Scallop Square Duo Die (120903, Holiday Mini), Whisper White 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon (119262), White Stampin' Emboss Powder (109132), Heat Tool (100005), Clear Rhinestone Brad (113144), Star Punch (retired)


  1. Gorgeous! Absolutely gorgeous!

  2. Cindy I love your take on my luminary!
    It came out BEAUTIFUL - but you are such a fantastic stamper, I am not surprised!

  3. This is amazing! I saw Lisa's and fell in love, and yours cinches it, I have to make one myself...or maybe with the club ladies.... we'll see how easy I can make it with them.

  4. Great idea to use the snow swirled tree!

  5. Yep I loved lisa's too! I love yours as well another thing to add to my list! lol

  6. Beautiful. The swirled tree image must look even more beautiful with light behind it. TFS!

  7. Cindy,
    This is absolutely stunning.

  8. So cool. I loved this when I saw it on that blog and yours is just as beautiful!


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