December 3, 2017

Christmas in the Making

Happy Sunday! I hope you're all enjoying a quiet Sunday with family and friends. Tucker and I are enjoying a quiet afternoon. Unfortunately, had to send hubby off to work this afternoon so it's just us. But, on a positive note, the laundry is all caught up, the house looks pretty spiffy and is ready for the Christmas decorating to commence. I think this evening I'll start putting the smaller things out, then later in the week when hubby has some time off, we'll pull out the tree. The other positive is, I get to spend a little time in my craft room! I also got an early Christmas gift, a new PC. My desktop computer just died a few weeks ago leaving me with only my laptop to work with, which don't get me wrong, I am grateful to have, but Holy slowness! Anyhoo, I now have a new desktop that I have been doing the windows updates, downloading antivirus and all that good stuff. Oh, and learned that Microsoft retired Windows Movie Maker! Rut Ro...that is what I use for video editing! So, either I learn to use something else, or use the laptop and accept the fact that it will take 24-36 hours to upload tutorials...hmmmm?
Anyway, enough rambling. I want to share a cute card I did for the challenge on my FB page using the awesome stamp set, Christmas in the Making.
I love the softness of these non-traditional Christmas colors. For the card base, I used Soft Sky measuring 8.5" x 5.5" folded in half. I layered it with a piece of the DSP from the Christmas Around the World collection cut 4" x 5.25" and wrapped with a piece of White Classic Weave Ribbon and tied into a bow. I then cut 3 circles with the second largest Stitched Shapes circle framelit from Soft Sky, Whisper White and Basic Gray. Finally, I cut a second piece of Whisper White using the second smallest stitched circle and stamped the sentiment, from the Christmas in the Making stamp set, in Basic Gray ink. 
Quick and simple. I hope you enjoyed today's card. Feel free to leave a comment below, I would love to read your thoughts. If you would like to recreate this card, below you will find all of the products you will need. If you would like to know what's going on and be informed of all the happenings at Stampin' Up! and Katrina's Kreative Heart, sign up for my mailing list here















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