A Productive Weekend!
I worked (played) so hard this weekend and got so many orders filled it was just amazing! No, I am not finished yet, I still have several more to go! Yep, I gave in to the Elzybelle craze a couple of weeks ago and purchased these cute little girls carrying a tree - aren't they just adorable? They remind me of my girls.

The color combo kind of just evolved and after I got it all put together, I thought WOW! I used Soft Sky, Always Artichoke and Certainly Celery - those colors are just amazing together. The background snowflake stamps and sentiment are from Verve Visual and they rock - you can find Winter Wishes here. Julee is super sweet, has fast shipping and her prices are great. I couldn't resist and pulled out my Janome Sew Mini and did some stitching around the edges of the card. I am gonna make a few more of these for myself for my personal christmas cards. I have much more to share through the week so stay tuned!

25 comments:

Jen said...

OMG that card is so cute. You guys with these new Elzybelle stamps really aren't making it easy on a person who has no stamping budget........LOL Still love the card. TFS

Lesa said...

Kendra,
This is stinking cute! I want some of those stamps, but I am going to have to wait. I am supporting my missionary son in Brazil and its going to have to wait a while. I love them though and it is so fun to see what everyone else does with them! Have a great week!
Lesa

Denise... said...

Awwww...this is so, so, so cute! I'm wishing I had this stamp (and your talent!)

Love the card, they image is so cute and your coloring is fantastic.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, gosh! This is so cute! Love the green and that beautiful bow!

Kirsten said...

Oh, Girlfriend, this is too stinkin' cute! I'm so DYING for some of these Elzybelle stamps! I love this!

Shannan said...

This is adorable, Kendra!! I love it!

Rose Ann said...

This is adorable, Kendra!! I love the sewing and big bow!!

Oh this is adorable, I love the color combo!!

Such a beautiful card!! Love the color combo and the great bow! :)

kathy said...

Kendra that card is sooooo cute. I love the colors and the embellishments. I guess I just love the card

so cute. I love the color combo and the polka dot ribbon.

Honestly, that is one of the most adorable cards I have seen for this season. The colour combo, the image, the layout, the details...perfection!

This card is adorable! I love the colors and the stamp set is so stinkin cute!

huntla1 said...

This is darling. I love these little girls. The color scheme is awesome. It is so soft, yet wintery.

One word... GOR-GEOUS! Or, did I just make that two? HA HA! SUPAH job!

Kendra, love the card, it is very cute! Green is my favorite color so you can never have to much green :)

Anonymous said...

Kendra,

Wow wow wow, what else can I say what a great card! I love every bit of it! TFS

www.cherylhorton.typepad.com

This is adorable, Kendra! LOVE the colors, that ribbon and that bow!

www.chicnscratch.typepad.com said...

Wow is right, your card is beautiful!!! I want those stamps sooo bad!!
Angie

Conibaer said...

Amazong card! Love it!

I love the Elybell's stamps, this is such a cute card! Beautiful colors together.

What a great Elzybell card--excellent layout and embellishing!

~Michelle~ said...

this is a very cute card....love all the detail and the pretty ribbon!

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I am 45, with 2 grown daughters and a gorgeous grandson. I'm also married to the most amazing man. I work as an Office Manager for a Hospice agency. I started stamping and papercrafting over 12 years ago. I would never have dreamed then that I would now be in the company of some of the best stampers out there and had the honor of being able to be on some wonderful design teams! This blog will feature my creations and a few tidbits about my life!

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