Tuesday, November 20, 2012

MIM #92

Happy Thanksgiving!
It's almost here. The rush to Christmas!
Have the whole family here so almost didn't get to post. But how do you not post something when Melissa's giving the tutorial?
There's always quiet time in the early morn!
The wreath is a Hero Arts stamp
Wanted it to shadow the embossed wreath on the vellum, so I stamped it, then 'added' to it's girth with Papertrey's Peaceful Pinecones
here's what it looks like it stamped on stone cardstock.
There are heart sequins inside, just as Melissa showed on her tutorial.
But they move and didn't cooperate during photo shoot!
Embossed sentiment also from Peaceful Pinecones on a diecut photo strip.
Love what it looks like on PTI's text-style candy cane prints.
PTI pure poppy twill ribbon.
Hope peace and joy are yours throughout this season!

Thanks to my sweet daughter, I have a seasonal banner.
Thank you Melissa, as always, enjoy your secrets!


  1. The new banner with its fabulous design caught my eye immediately. Guess your talents were passed on to your daughter. This is another wonderful card, Nancy. The embossed velum with the stamped under-layer create a very pleasing shadowed effect. Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your time with your family.

  2. Nancy this is so pretty! Love the embossed vellum. Mine was too think from PTI The tag I made you could not see through. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Nancy.

  3. This is gorgeous, love that wreath!! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  4. Be still my heart! This is just precious....one of my very most favorite cards. Love every tiny bit of it!

  5. This is beautiful Nancy! It has so much dimension. Makes me want to go out and buy that stamp right now!! Have a wonderful Holiday season and I love the Christmas banner!

  6. Nancy you took this one over the top--gorgeous! Love your shadowing, great effect.

  7. Love the white embossed wreath on the vellum. So striking.

  8. A beautiful wreath - it has wonderful dimension. Fab card


So happy you came for a visit. I love reading your comments!