Thursday, October 17, 2013

Merry and Birght Art Philosophy card.

Hello, friends!


Today I have a project that might be one of my favorites. It is made using a stamp set from the Holiday Gift Giving Guide. The stamps are part of a Scrapbooking kit that is more than a little fabulous. I think I was so excited to get my paws on these stamps! They actually coordinate with Art Philosophy and are perfect for cards or scrapbooking. I have a picture below of the entire kit.
CCR file: https://app.box.com/s/o8tapw85n0ylos4xud54
GYPSY file: https://app.box.com/s/cv06e8cyhneidmrzdqxc


The background paper is stamped using additional stamps from the set.




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37 comments:

Joan Smith said...

Your card is simply beautiful Love the paper you used and your bows are so pretty. Love the Christmas card way to start my day. Thanks for starting my days with a whole of happy. You are the best!!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Especially like how you tied the 2 bows.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Liz in MO said...

Ok, I wasn't very impressed with this workshop on the go set until I saw this card. It is absolutely gorgeous!!!

jennifer said...

Love your card! The kit was already on my wish list...now I definitely know I need(want)it!

LST in Colorado said...

Two bows? A bit daring but I love it!! And I too enjoy seeing what you've created every morning. Thanks for startng my day off on a happy note.

Martha Herrera said...

Very pretty! I love the green/pink color combo.

Jaren said...

That's a beautiful stamp, and I love the colors you chose!

TeresaK said...

I am LOVING this card! Simple and sweet and easy to reproduce when you have a lot on your list!
Thanks!

Susan Edwards said...

GASP! Love how you used this stamp!!!

Sue D said...

I like the pretty color combo!

Marsha said...

I love the card and the colors that you used. It's not the traditional red and green. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.

Sherrie K. said...

LOVE the fun colors and beautiful arrangement!
Sherrie K
http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

Kim said...

Love your card. It is merry and bright!

tndj said...

LOve the card and definitely love the stamp set. Beautiful project.

Colleen said...

Beautiful card and I just love the stamp set you used.

Dee said...

Such a beautiful card. Definitely your style with the bows. Like the pink color for Christmas instead of the typical green and red.

Miriam Prantner said...

Bright is a perfect description for this card, love the double bows!

petsmom said...

Wow! Love the card. Love the colors. Thanks for sharing with us.

Vanessa said...

What a beautiful card! Thanks for sharing!

Jody Smith said...

Beautiful card!

Susan S. said...

Holy smokes. This project sure got me up off of my behind! I love this! And I also love the stamp of the month. I guess I'd better get shopping, no? LOL!

Thanks for the darling project Melanie! I love to see new ways to use my CTMH Cricut cartridges. Today, I'm using Artbooking (WHICH I LOVE LOVE LOVE!). My daughter turned 21 recently and I'm making her a mini book with one page per year. Each page is decorated and has a pocket for a gift card. All of the pages are numbered 1-21 and there is either a store gift card in the pocket, or a restaurant (she's a starving college student) or else a hand made coupon for something - manucure, movie, me to come cook dinner for her and her room mates and friends, etc. I'm so excited because there is SO MUCH in the Artbooking cartridge to decorate the pages with! Layers upon layers of great things, and if you use real dial size and measure carefully, you can use cuts from all of the keys together. Now I just have to get it all done before I see her next!

-- Susan

Peg Toth said...

very nice card. Thanks for the instructions. You are really great!

JoAnn said...

This is so pretty. Love the pink and green color combo and your pretty pink bows.

Barbara Hart said...

I am such a fan of pink and green together! This card makes me happy! Love that stamp!!Merry Christmas!

Cheryl W said...

It's so great to see a Christmas card with no red on it. I am really going to try to use this color combo on a few Christmas cards. It's so pretty!

Crafty Zoo said...

Super cute stamp!!! I don't do much stamping these days, but if I get back into it I will be back for that stamp! Thanks for sharing!

Josie0602 said...

I love the stamps that coordinate with the cartridges. Your card is just beautiful!!

Tracy

Lou Ann said...

What great colors! Love the stamped background paper. As a school librarian I would love to have the new cart!

carolyn's creations said...

I love the color combination and, as always, the bows!!!

Kris said...

Love, love, love this card, Melanie! Ribbon is perfect and colors are fabulous!

Marcia said...

I loved your card. Very Simple but effective.

K and P's Mom said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for a chance to win
Mary O'Neal

Melissa said...

So, soooo pretty! I love it!!

Michelle said...

Another merry and bright card!

:-)

julie said...

Aww what a pretty card and I love the pink ribbon and the pretty bright colors. Like been telling myself " get you're butt in gear Julie cause Christmas is coming and it's coming fast." Thanks for always sharing your great talents with us.

Unknown said...

Got so excited seeing this cartridge. So many ideas for all year.LOVE LOVE

Christine Frost said...

Hi Melanie, Love your card using the Merry & Bright stamp. Would you please be able to tell me how you used different ink colours on the one stamp. Can you use CTMH markers directly on stamps?

 
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