Monday, October 11, 2010

2S4Y Winter Wonderland!

Hi blog peeps!  It's Monday, which means it's 2S4Y time.  WooHoo!  We got another free week to create and design our cards using any products we here is what I came up with.  Are you ready to check out the Winter Wonderland card I created?  First, let's take a look at Kazan's awesome sketch:
I was really inspired to do a Christmas Theme when I saw this sketch.  Maybe it's because I still had the vintage Christmas colors from the Deck the Halls DSP on the brain from my Vintage Santa card last Friday, but in any case, I continued with the holiday spirit.  Here's a look at my full card.

If you've visited my blog before, you'll know that I love me the Greeting Card Kids stamp set.  It turns out that I also love this yummy Cherry Cobbler color with this vintage look.  I also played with the waffle paper and created my ribbon edge around the circle.  It turns out that the waffle paper is really nice to work with!  It's very pliable and easy to scrunch to create that evenly crinkled border.  Here's a closer look at a few details on the card:
The seam binding ribbon is soo cool to work with because it makes such pretty bows so effortlessly.  All I did to create my bow is wrap 2 loops of ribbon around my hand, then I cinched the middle with the tinsel and then threaded the tinsel through the button. The final step is adhering it to the circle piece of cardstock using mini glue dots. Viola!
And here's a closer look at the waffle paper.  I cut 2 strips of the waffle paper at 1" thick.  One strip goes around just over half of this 2 3/4" circle, so I used the second strip to finish it off and just trimmed the excess.  I used Mono adhesive around the back edge of my circle, then scrunched and secured the waffle paper to the adhesive as I made my way around.  I'll be making more of these circle pieces for sure!  You like?  Hope so!
Here's the recipe for you:
{Winter Wonderland Greeting Card Girl}
All supplies Stampin'Up!
*Stamp Set: Greeting Card Kids, Bright Christmas
*Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Deck the Halls DSP
*Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, and Basic Black Classic Ink Pads; cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke, Pear Pizazz, Daffodil Delight, Soft Suede, and Blushing Bride Markers
*Accessories: Waffle Paper Assortment 1, Basic Pearls, 2 3/4" circle punch, Silver Tinsel Trim, Deck the Halls Big Designer Buttons, sponge daubers, Snail Monoadhesive, dimensionals, mini gluedots
Now, don't you want to come play along with us at 2S4Y?  You've gotta check out the rest of the amazing 2S4Y Design Team's creations!
Angie, Courtney, Kazan, Kelly Marie, Laura, Regina, Stacey
So glad you came by!  Hope you have a great one!


Melissa Sauls said...

Oh this is absolutely lovely! Love the way the waffle paper looks. I was on the fence about getting it but I think it's a must now!

~amy~ said...

OMGoodness....sooooo gorgeous! have a fab week!

Helen F. said...

Such a bright and beautiful card, Rose! Love the vintage paper and sweet image :o)

Angela Timms said...

Thanks so much Rose-it made my day to get an award from you! Love this card! I love your style too! And all that you make...have a wonderful week:)!!

nitestamper said...

Totally amazing card, Rose!!!!
I love how you used the waffle paper.

sherry said...

I bought waffle paper in gold & silver my last order but only opened it to see what it felt like. Now I can use it. Thanks for the post.


Regina Mangum said...

This is so gorgeous, Rose! I just love that waffle paper and the little girl is adorable! XOXO

Kathy Martin said...

DARLING! Love the ruffled paper! :)

Sue Lelli said...

I thought I left a comment about your card because I just LOVE it! Funny how we used similar colors! LOVE the green focal background and the bow and the button! FAB card!

PinkBlingCrafter said...

Rose, I love this card. Love how you used the waffle paper way cool!! Love that cherry cobbler ribbon:) I might just have to get some:)

Savitri said...

This is such a gorgeous card!!! I love the colors and design!

Windy Robinson said...

This is stunning Rose:)

Vera W. Yates (Ling) said...

Wow, this card is so gorgeous!