Sunday, October 11, 2015

Winter Wonderland Case

We are now blog hopping at Caseing the Catty.   So hop with us from one design team member to the next. I hope you can join us in the hop and enjoy all the beautiful creations that we case (copied and steal everything) from the Holiday Mini.   This week we are challenge everyone to case a project from the Winter Wonderland section of the holiday mini.    

I was inspired by the card on page 22 of the mini.   I was inspired by the layout as well as the trees and the striped background.    I decided to go with a neutral color palette.    I love love this card I created.   The neutral color palette makes me smile for this holiday card.   

If you have been following the hop, you just came from Kathryn Mangelsdorf and the next stop in the hop is Tricia Raineri

Ingredients to make the card:   
Stamp Sets:   Happy Scenes, Holly Jolly Greetings
Ink:   Early Espresso
Paper:   Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Patterns Designer Series Paper
Accessories:   Neutral Candy Dots and Button, Chocolate Chip Twill Ribbon
Tools:   Christmas Greetigns Thinlits


Simone said...

What a stunning card! Love it.

Lillybet said...

This is beautiful Stasia, I coukd see this as a great card design for a class too

Jenny Engelke said...

This is so pretty, Stasia! The neutral palette is so soothing and calming! Such beauty!

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Judy May said...

Gorgeous card, Stasia. Love the colour palette, it is very restful.

Tricia said...

Simple & elegant, just lovely Stasia.

Unknown said...

You should be very proud of this card Stasia. It is lovely. The neutral colour palette suits Christmases everywhere whether you celebrate in the snow or the sun! The Christmas Greetings Thinlits have to be one of my favourite things from our Holiday catalogue and I love them as an addition on your card. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Rebecca said...

This is a lovely card. Clean and simple yet not so simple. Love the colours too.

Kathryn Mangelsdorf said...

wow I love your card, I think it is better than the one in the catalogue.