November 27, 2007

Deck the Halls with Elzybells!


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

You all know that rubber stamping and cardmaking is one of my favorite things to do, but making CHRISTMAS cards definitely tops them all! Especially when you can create with stamps as adorable as the sweet little "Elzybells" by AMuse.

This card is a standard 5-1/2 x 4-1/4", but I have cut 1-1/2" off the bottom front. The patterned paper is much brighter in real life and has a glittery sparkle to it. After coloring the image with prismacolor pencils, I put a clear glaze on the ornaments and star.

I hope you're all having a JOYful week! Smiles, Pam :)

Supplies ~
Stamps: Elzybells Art Stamps, Ltd distribulted by A Muse - Deck the Halls, sentiment - PAPERTREYink - Holiday Treats
Paper: Stampin Up - real red, DCWV Glitter Christmas Stack, mini tag - Make it Possible Stax Holiday Wishes
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Stampendous clear embossing powder, Tim Holtz old paper distress ink, Stampin Up real red, Sakura glaze pen.
Other: prismacolor pencils, ribbon, brads, Marvy Uchida mega circle & giga scalloped circle punches, dimensionals, stitching with Janome Sew Mini.

Quote for Today ~
"Joyfulness keeps the heart and face young. A good laugh makes us better friends with ourselves and everybody around us." ~ Orison Swett Marden

8 comments:

Lesa said...

Super-sweet and love the pp! And the stitching. Love it all Pam! As usual.

Dottie K said...

This is so adorable. I love the dp and the coloring is amazing. It just sparkles and I love the red/green for Christmas. I so enjoy your blog and your work is fabulous. TFS :)

Heather Grow said...

Oh Pam, your card is so cute. I love the stitching and the layout. And, of course I love the Elzybell image.

Angel Wilde said...

This is adorable!

shuggy said...

so cute!!!

Jami Speidel said...

Another great Elzybell! I really like these stamps too.

Loobylou said...

Just popping in to send you some Aussie Sunshine to warm you up. Love the layouts on all your cards
sarah

Carol said...

What a charming little card you've made here! I have that same glittery paper and have been hesitant to use it because it seems a bit too "busy". Now that I see how you've used it, I will give it a go! Love your stitching! Nice job, great quote:) TFS