It’s been a few months since I’ve been part of a Stampin’ Addicts hop — I’m glad to be here! You’re here because you’ve just been to Stampin’ with Paula and enjoyed her starry creations made with Bright & Beautiful.
I chose to feature Ornamental Pine because I can’t resist a pine cone or bough! My first card is … uh-oh, not really for a winter holiday. OK, unless it’s someone’s birthday during winter, and then this would count. Because this isn’t a card I would necessarily send for Thanksgiving, but for a birthday. In any case, I love brown and green for a woodsy Christmas theme.
All right, now I’m ready to move on to a winter holiday — and this is indeed a card I would use for Christmas. (Also for stamp camp, hint hint.) This trio of pine cones is just my style, even though the prospect of embossing 200+ of these has me a bit unsettled. I love catching a bow of baker’s twine in the bow of another ribbon — in this case, Very Vanilla Seam Binding.
Do you have the Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits? It was a product I thought I could live without, until on a whim I searched for it on Pinterest. Wow wow wow! You owe it to yourself to look! It may be hard to see here, but there’s a battery-operated tea light inside. I’ll admit, perhaps immodestly, this is so cute!
There is so much more you can do with this set, so you’ll be seeing more of it here in the weeks to come. Meanwhile, you’re on your way to Tanya’s blog, Tinkerin in Ink, for projects using Visions of Santa. Remember, the banner at the top of this post will take you to a list of all the blogs on this hop. See you next time!