Seasonal Snapshot 2015 from Project Life has a couple of stamps that resemble stitching. I couldn't resist marrying this with the Acorny Thank You stamp set to produce this little beauty. Who says that these stamps are exclusively for memory keeping? If it's a stamp, you can use it to stamp anything, even cards!
I've omitted posting a photo of the inside of the card as it would've been a spoiler! You'll just have to watch the video! enjoy!
Hi everyone! Happy Thanksgiving to all those who observe the tradition. This year, in particular after the tragedy which unfolded in Paris, I am so thankful that those of us who attended OnStage Live got home safe and sound. I expect, dear reader, you feel the same too that this world is so wicked in some ways because of the few who want to maim and taint our lives with their misguided beliefs all in the name of their religion.
NOT in my name! I am thankful for you, for my family, for food on the table and so much more so I made this card to say "I'm Grateful For You".
This card holds a little surprise!
Sandwiched between the front and back of the card is a window sheet where I stuck the leaf.
I used the mirror stamping technique for the opposite leaf and re-traced the lines of the leaf left by the faint mirrored stamping. I explained the technique in this post here.
This is another image from Peaceful Pines with the greeting incorporated in the tree. Top tip, if you cut pieces of card stock the size you need for each die, you can lay it out on your magnetic platform or multi-purpose platform and make one pass through the Big Shot. Most of the components to make up this card will be cut all at once which will be more time efficient.