Okay, I may have a favorite color combination ... I couldn't stop making cards yesterday.
My first card was done using the digital images from the My Graphic Studio available exclusively through Stampin Up. I printed the image from the Welcome Christmas set directly onto Stampin Up's Deck the Halls designer paper - seemed such a match. I printed the sentiment onto white and blended some tea dye and artichoke sponging to tie in the dp. For the card base, I used crumb cake and ran half of it through the Stampin Up Textured Wallpaper embossing folder then sponged it with cherry cobbler ink. This whole card is truly SUO - Stampin Up Only.
Tiffany Doodles, colored with Copics (R22, R24, R27, YG95, YG97, YG99, BG10). I added a sentiment from the Stampin Up digital file from Come to Bethlehem. I may have to get a few more packs of this Deck the Halls designer paper - it's SO my style, and I had a very hard time cutting some of it because of what was on the reverse side - "WAIT, I might use it for ..." I finished with some red rhinestones and red ribbon threaded through a slot punch.
Tiffany Doodles' Christmas Holly Set, colored with Copics (R22, R24, R27, YG95, YG97, YG99, Y0000). I used the long oval & scalloped oval nesties then popped it up for dimension. The sentiment is from the Stampin Up digital set Welcome Christmas. I used an exacto to cut out then sponged the edges with cherry cobbler. This ribbon ws dyed by holding it down onto the cherry cobbler stamp pad with a sponge and pulling the ribbon through underneath the sponge, flipping it over and doing some more. It's a synthetic ribbon, harder to take the dye than the SU ribbon, but did the trick in the pinch.
Tiffany Doodles digital image from her new Snowman Set and colored with Copics (R22, R24, R27, E40, E41, E42, E43). The sentiment is from Stampin Up's Bells 'n Boughs, stamped in chocolate. Once again, Deck the Halls designer paper comes through.
I may have to go out and buy some Hershey's chocolate covered cherry kisses now ...
Anyways, thanks for stopping by ... Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration if you're in the States.