Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Going to the Chapel




Morning all, my card for today was made for two reasons, one I wanted to use the scrummy combination of ruby red, very vanilla, always artichoke and kraft. Secondly I wanted to make a little more serious and masculine card for my Dad for Christmas.

Hee hee a few of you lovely ladies asked yesterday what the 'eck is snowman soup!!! I will try and get some pictures of what I've made and post them over the next couple of days when all will be revealed ;D

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Silent night.
Ink: Mellow moss and black stazon.
Card stock: Ruby red, always artichoke, very vanilla and craft.
Misc: Always artichoke grosgrain ribbon.
Tools used: Mat pack and piercing tool for pierced border and 1"3/4 circle punch.
Other: Red button from stash.

12 comments:

Clare (Littlebear) said...

I love how you've used this stamp set.
Clare x

Lesley said...

great one for the men - have a good day Lesley x

My Little Space said...

Love this Emma, what a fab idea!

Mandy
x

~ Ali ~ said...

this is fabulous Emma love how you have picked just a section of the church. Very creative. Look forward to seeing your Snowman soup. Have a super day.

JanJay said...

Stunning card & what a fab colour combo - lucky dad!

Jan x

Sara said...

I love the little portion of a church. This is brilliant. Going to have to CASE this if you don't mind.

Sara xx

Burnice said...

I really like this Emma. Great idea for a mans card.

Burnice x

Lesley said...

Your Dad will lore this gorgeous card Emma!
Lesley x

lil-paper-pixie said...

Stunning card for a man Emma.....love how you have used the stamp set...another amazing creation.

Hugs

Sarah

Juls said...

gorgeous! Love the script detail, and how you have used the main image with the ribbon! stunning work, Love it!!

Ann Wills said...

Brilliant card

Maggie said...

Great Idea for using this stamp especially good for male cards and I love the colour combo - may have to case this one pleeeeese :-)

Maggie