Snow Scene

Thanks for all of your well wishes for the boys.  Tanner is back to school and not coughing so much.  Tate is still home, but I think he will be okay to go back to school on Thursday.

Since I was home all day with Tate yesterday, I took the morning to create.  Oh, I needed that!  I made a new Valentine insert for my Simply Adorned charm that I will show you tomorrow and a brayer card.  I was inspired by this card from Michelle and knew I wanted to use my stamp set, Welcome Christmas for a winter scene.


I just can't seem to add ribbon to these cards.  I tried, but it distracts from the scene.  I love how this one turned out.  This one can be used for the holidays or anything in the winter time.  I haven't been able to part with my brayer cards yet. 

Next weekend, I am going to an all day crop with my sister.  I plan on making a few of these and other brayer cards for my Christmas cards.  Stampin' Up has released some great holiday downloads.  Don't forget....you can use these with Adobe Photoshop too.



 Item Description Image Price
123949Tags til Christmas Stamp Brush Set $5.95 
123950Jolly Jingles Stamp Brush Set $7.95
123951Decorative Label Punch $0.95 
123952Medium Oval Punch $0.95 
123956Christmas Cheer Digital Kit $9.95





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3 comments:

Tammy Hershberger said...

Kim, this is beautiful!!! You have mastered that brayer technique so well!

Sparkle said...

What a gorgeous card!

Jeanne said...

Oh my gosh, Kim this is sensational! I agree with Tammy, you have definitely mastered the brayer. Wow! I can see why you wouldn't want to give them up just yet.

I'm so glad the boys are feeling better and that you got to satisfy your creative urge!!