March 8, 2012

Yuletide Blessings

Woohoo!  Time for the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge.  I love these sketches and I especially love getting my WMS stamps inky!  Sketch #87 this week by Renee Lynch made me immediately think about the Nordic Winter stamp set.  What a fun set!

This is what I came up:

I am very happy with it.  And it was so easy to make; so I made three more for my stash.  Yay!!

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great day!

Cardstock: PTI Vintage Cream
Patterned Paper: October Afternoon Holiday Style collection
Stamps: WMS Nordic Winter and Complements of the Season
Ink: Jenni Bowlin Cough Syrup and Seed Packet
Other: Recollections faux pearls (Michaels)
Size: 4.25" x 5.5"


  1. Linda these are fabulous!!
    Such a fabby, festive take on the sketch...
    and so easy to mail too! :)
    Nordic Winter...
    with Compliments of the Season...
    two of my all time fave WMS sets...
    just LOVE it! :)

  2. THese are gorgeous Christmas cards, a perfect take on the sketch!

  3. These are so pretty and festive Linda! Love them!

  4. Fantastic, Linda. Have you thought about joining the Waltzingmouse Stamps Christmas Card Challenge that we have each month. A new one will be posted tomorrow (10th).

    Love your colors and the lovely wide red polka dot border which really brings the focus into the images and sentiment. Awesome job!

  5. You have quite the stash of perfect Christmas cards going, Linda! I just love the simple elegance of this one! The sentiment is just lovely paired with the Nordic Winter set! Love the traditional color scheme with just a touch of sparkle!

  6. So, SO clever!! I'm stealing this idea for sure! :)
    Thanks so much for playing along with the Mischief Makers this week! xx

  7. What a festive Christmas card! love the snowflake corners! thanks for playing with the WMS sketch this week Linda!

  8. Brilliant, Linda! I love the way you used Nordic Winter for your design and love that they're flat and easily mailable! Great job!!



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