Hi stamping buds, here it is Thursday already, where does the time go? So what do you collect for your Christmas collectibles? I used to collect Santas but don't anymore and I collected angels but no longer do that and I used to collect apples but don't have those anymore either so I guess I just collect stamps. LOL! Anyway today I have a card that I stamped for the JUGS and ColourQ card challenges to share. Yes, a one layer card. UGH! I don't like those very well. I knew what I wanted to use as I haven't played with this Christmas Collectibles set yet. I made a pot of Turkey Rice Soup today when I got back from running some errands and then I stamped this card. My picture looks kind of fuzzy to me but maybe my glasses are dirty or maybe I have snow in my eyes as Winter showed up here today. Just cold temps. Now I will start counting the days till Spring comes. Just sayin' I am not a winter fan!
I had to add some bling to this card or I would have thrown it out. It is definitely not my favorite card and it won't go into my Christmas collectibles. You know, when you have this grand idea in your head but then it doesn't come out on paper. That is what happened here. I used the colors or let me say tried to for the Colourq as I didn't have some of them. I stamped the ornaments in Real Red, Gumball Green, Bermuda Bay and Coastal Cabana. I textured the middle of my card with the Delicate Designs EF. The Merry Christmas is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Here are the details:
Stamp Sets: Christmas Collectibles 131775 Clear,
Teeny Tiny Wishes 128748 Wood.
Card Stock: Whisper White 100730
Inks: Bermuda Bay 131171, Coastal Cabana 131175,
Gumball Green 126861, Real Red 126949
Tools And Accessories: Big Shot 113439,
Delicate Designs Embossing Folders 127073,
Basic Rhinestones 119246
Please make sure you check out the other cards at the challenge links below:
I hope you have a great Friday. Someone at work got let go so looks like my hours will be 6-10 or 6-12 from now on. Early morning. YAY! Happy stampin' and scrappin' and bless you for stopping by. Hugs, Bev