Inspired by Stamping, Mynn Kitchen, Festive Greetings stamp set, Christmas card
Oh, the weather outside is… Finish the line–according to YOUR area of the world! 😉  I know it isn’t all cold and wintry everywhere in the world, but I’ve got the winter blues today here on my blog–CHRISTMAS blues, that is!  Check out my card using *NEW* products from Inspired By Stamping
Inspired by Stamping, Mynn Kitchen, Festive Greetings stamp set, Christmas card
I started by stamping and heat embossing a sentiment from the Festive Greetings stamp set onto white cardstock.  I sponged over it with varying shades of blue, then added some Wink of Stella for shine.
Inspired by Stamping, Mynn Kitchen, Festive Greetings stamp set, Christmas card
I utilized the Rock ‘n’ Roll technique on the mittens–also from the Festive Greetings set.  Some glitter gel pen filled in the snowflakes on the gloves, and a few navy pearls were added.  Silver glittery snowflakes fall down the patterned paper base, also dotted with navy pearls.
Inspired by Stamping, Mynn Kitchen, Festive Greetings stamp set, Christmas card
I love the wintry feel that I created by keeping this card monochrome, and I hope you do, TOO!  Please leave comments below to share what you’re thinking with me today. 🙂
Inspired by Stamping, Mynn Kitchen, Festive Greetings stamp set, Christmas card
That’s all for me today!  Make sure to hop over and grab this fabulous stamp set today to recreate my project.  Also, don’t forget to join in our monthly challenge for your chance to win some goodies, too!  Until next time, HUGS and happy stamping to you all! 🙂
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2 thoughts on “Festive Greetings Card

  1. Chrissie says:

    The days are much shorter, it’s dark early and cloudy days are announcing November, my most hated month of the year weather wise (in the northern hemisphere that is). So now I can look forward to December, usually cold but at least drier! Your card captures that cold weather perfectly…

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