Inspired By - White Christmas? Oh yes, but there was a bit of green added to my card today! One couldn't run a very successful tree market without it, right?
Marcia to the rescue again! I had this little stamped piece [PTI Farm Fresh Trees] left from our play-date! Paired with my Waffle Flower Domed dies, and plaid maker set, it was pretty easy to bring the things that inspired me from our prompt to my card - can you spot them?
At this point I wondered why I hadn't stamped a few more of those PTI trees! Would you believe this is the only single Christmas tree stamp I own? Another oldie but goodie from PTI's In the Meadow. Undecorated, and trimmed down to make various sizes, it may be the only one I'll ever need! A few Wplus9 snowflakes, a splatter of snow, and a few Stickles twinkle lights, and done!
Okay, it's time to pass the baton to you makers - which will you choose to be inspired by this week? that pretty White Christmas, or these brown paper packages, tied up with string? We won't care either way - your darling cards continue to be some of our favorite things!!!
Fabulous card, Michele. Your creativity is shining from the inspiration. Those trees look great and I really like how you used the plaid from the pillow. Thanks so much for sharing. :)
I totally agree! I don't need another tree stamp either because I haven't found one as beautiful or versatile as this beauty from Papertrey Ink! Your card is absolutely perfect and those green trees are perfect from the photo! I LOVE the pillow design too, amazing as always!
Golly girl, you picked up on that pillow design pretty fast...actually, the first thing I saw, too. However, you clever use of the domed shape and those truly lovely trees are fabulous. You're right, you may never need another Christmas tree stamp.
Fab, I can see the inspiration in your card and your card in the inspiration!
LOVE LOVE that you brought that pretty little pillow into your design! I don't think you need another Christmas tree stamp, this one is fabulous! This is perfectly charming!
I love the way you say with confidence it's the 'only one I'll ever need'..... and we laughed! We both know that I probably say that about all my flower stamps... image stamps, stencils, dies, markers, pencils, foiling systems lol.
Marisela Delgado said: So lovely, Michele! Such wonderful trees! ☺ Girl, I am watching the national news and I think you've got a blizzard coming your way. You are more than welcome to come warm up and tan with us. We're sunny, warm, and in the upper 70's. ☺☺☺ February's freak snow storm and 9*F temps was enough to scare us straight. haha haha Stay warm, my friend. ☺ Marisela firstname.lastname@example.org
You definitely hit all the highlight points from the inspiration photo Michele, and so glad I could help with some of it!! I'moving all the white on white and then the pops of green from the beautiful trees! Lovely, lovely card my friend!! Hugs. 😊❤
I love this, Michele! Your trees are so pretty and the sign perfect! The plaid from the pillow is an extra bonus!
This is so lovely my friend!
Design perfection happening on that domed background! How beautiful. It represents one of the most fun Christmas traditions from when our son was young.
It probably will be the only Christmas tree stamp you will need as it is such a good one and very versatile. Your idea behind this card is so clever and you have executed it amazingly well xx
Ah, so pretty! What a lovely tree-filled scene, and I love your sign. The blue stripes are perfect for the sketch too...but OH, those SNOWFLAKES! ♥
Very nice! Beautiful nuances to the inspiration -- a terrific remake, Michele!
Another really fabulous card, Michele! I love how you added the trees to your design...they're perfect!
Such gorgeous-ness on one card and you nailed the photo theme! I love that domed piece!
I love your attention to detail with the pillow design and that oldie but goodie Christmas tree stamp is perfect Michele and so is your card x.
I would definitely love to shop at your Christmas Tree Market with such a beautiful sign on the door!
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