Their theme for their last challenge is "rustic". Sadly, my Christmas stamps suffered in my recent move to a new house - they were dropped and scattered all over the driveway. My clueless husband actually had the nerve to say that it wasn't a big deal since I didn't need them until December. Seriously??!! I should have started Christmas cards last December 26th. I just haven't had the energy to try to put them all back together. So I looked at the Frantic Stamper Stitched Daisy Pair die I had out for my last post and even though daisies don't scream Christmas, I decided I could change up the colors and make it "rustic" and hopefully even Christmasy!
At the top of the heap of Christmas stamps was a set from Verve. It seemed appropriate to use something from Verve given that's the end of an era also. Some of my earliest stamps are from Verve and definitely the main portion of my Christian stash is Verve. I will miss them also.
Perhaps this was cheating - it's exactly the same card as yesterday with different colors. But I like it. In fact I like it so much, I went for #3...
Here's the trio of cards - yesterday's (non-Christmas) and the two from today.
Farewell Merry Monday.
I will miss you both.
Die: Frantic Stamper Stitched Daisy Pair
Stamp: Verve Weary World
Cardstock: Neenah Desert Storm
Patterned Paper: Echo Park Christmas This & That
Ink: Versamark and Antique Ivory Embossing Powder
Miscellaneous: Doodlebug Gold Sprinkles
Stamp: My Favorite Things Hand-Lettered Holiday
Cardstock: My Favorite Things Tickled Pink, Red Hot, Limelight
Patterned Paper: Bazzill Basics Licorice 6x6 pad