Farmhouse Christmas Card

     Hello friends, the weekend is almost here and believe me I really need it. How about you? Fall has definitely showed up. We are getting temps down into the 40s at night and only to mid 70s during the day. I noticed that Canada got some snow this week which I really love, but they probably don't It is really starting to put me into the Christmas mode so here is a Christmas card for you.

     I wanted to have a little fun with this one and when I was thinking about farmhouses my brain settled on bricks. Then I thought, "Wait Stampin' Up! has a brick mask." Then I knew what I wanted to do and that was using some embossing paste. I took some Cherry Cobbler refill ink and a little scoop of embossing paste and mixed it together. You can color the embossing paste any one of Stampin' Up!'s ink colors.

     This was a very simple card. I wanted to let the texture and the sentiment stand out the most. And the DSP (Designer Series Paper) is so beautiful for this suite. I love the country feel to them.

     I kept the inside just as simple with just a little stamping on the top and a little sentiment. You never really want the inside to take away from what you write.



Here is what I used.....

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