Saturday, August 18, 2012

Christmas Stamp a Stack, part 1 of 4, project #5

Hi all
Today you get to see the fifth card from the stamp a stack class. If you appreciate quilting, this card will probably appeal to you.
This card was inspired by one I saw on my upline's blog - not sure if she created it or it was selected from Pinterest. I don't like to copy someone else's work exactly so I did make several changes to make it my own. The hearts I punched for this card came from a retired SU hand held punch but really any heart punch would work as long as you are mindful of the overall size of each shape.  Of course, the trim at the bottom of the tree was created using the Adorning Accents Edgelit and the Big Shot.  The greeting at the bottom is from the Word Play set.  I find this card so cheerful.  Hope you like it too.


JustMeinIN said...

Too cute! I have some customers who will love this too. Thanks for sharing!

June Reister

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Very fun Peggy. Man...I miss that punch!

Dale Morin said...

Love this card! It is so cute. TFS

Jan Hoyt said...

Peggy, I stopped by your blog to check out the Mt. Dew diecut card but couldn't resist snooping around a little. LOVE the heart punch tree shape card....adorable!!!!

Jan Hoyt O'Fallon, IL