Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Vintage Christmas in July

Our newest challenge at Shopping Our Stash is called Christmas in July - and since it's our 400th challenge most of our team mates are offering a blog candy. So make sure you comment to win.
For my card I used a stamp from Stampendous called Snowy Postcard
It's very easy to make lovely cards with this stamp. I just sponged the stamped image with brown distress inks  and then added frantage shabby white embossing powder around the edges. For decoration I just layered several snowflake die cuts and added a vintage brad.

For my blog candy I'm offering this new Darice embossing folder for anyone who will comment on this post. Just tell me where are you from and if you celebrate Christmas.

Challenges:
Winter Wonderland - Christmas / Winter Buildings
Get Creative Challenges - Monochromatic
International Art & Soul - Christmas in July
Crafty Calendar - Christmas in July

16 comments:

meg said...

beautiful stamp and card, love the vintage image, thank you for joining in at Crafty Calendar

lauren bergold said...

oh my goodness, that is an incredible stamp and you've colored it so beautifully! happy 400th! ♥

Barbara Godden said...

Oh my goodness what an awesome stamp and you have finished it up beautifully. happy 400th.

Jane Willis said...

Love the beautiful vintage look of this card. I'm from the UK and celebrate Christmas

scrAPpamondo said...

Happy 400th! Amazing vintage look!! Thanks for the chance!

Debbie Adams said...

This is super stunning!! Love how you did the snow around the edges of the card using frantage, I love that stuff. lol I like the vintage feel of this card, super beautiful. That stamp is a must have. lol Thank you for joining us at international art & soul Christmas in July Challenge.
Debbie DT

Karen Letchworth said...

Your card is wonderful with the textures of the snow and wintery elements. Fabulous card. Thanks for the fun challenge and give-away. I have a challenge blog if you'd like to link up here any time.
www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com
We have AWESOME prizes, too. I'd love to have you share your pretty cards.
Thanks again and have a blessed day,
Karen Letchworth

Christine Harrop said...

One of my favourite stamps! Thanks so much for sharing with us at IAAS this time. Hopefully we will see you again soon. Christine DT

Karenladd said...

What an exquisite card. That stamp is so beautiful, but the detail with white embossing powder around the edges really takes it up a whole new level! I am in the US and yes, I celebrate Christmas every year.

Heather said...

This is gorgeous!! I love the vintage feel with the colors you used, and the frantage adds to the snowy feel! I like in Rhode Island, USA and I definitely celebrate Christmas!!

Christine said...

I love the sweet vintage feel of your card! So winter-y and cozy! I am from Texas and love to celebrate Christmas!

Becca Yahrling said...

That is a beautiful postcard stamp! I love all things vintage. Your card is really beautiful! I am from Florida and Christmas is my favorite holiday!! (But don't include me in your prize draw as I have that adorable ef). :-)

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous and very vintage feel for your card! Love the idea of the frantage embossing powder on the corners, it's very effective!
I'm from Italy and yes, I celebrate Christmas :)

Janis said...

Love the frantage accents on your gorgeous vintage card!!!
I am from Idaho in the USA...and, yes, I do celebrate Christmas.
Thank you for the chance to win your sweet embossing folder!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Gail said...

This is lovely - I have had this stamp for a very long time - I am using it with distress inks today - actually my husband bought it for me--thanks for the inspiration [I have the embossing folder so I am not entering to win]

Theresa's Studio said...

Love your vintage card! I have that stamp...you've inspired me to get it out and use. From Ohio and I do celebrate Christmas.

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