Quilted Christmas Stockings on Wood Texture

As I mentioned on yesterday’s post, my project went into a direction that I had not planned on yesterday.  I had die cut several Christmas stockings and assembled the pieces but once my project evolved they no longer were viable for that project.

So I guess you could say I had a head start on today’s project, assuming I could work out a way to use the stockings that I had cut and assembled into a card design.  I knew what I wanted, just not how to get there.  After a couple of hours of playing “shuffle the pieces”, I do believe I managed to create another simple yet rustic Christmas card.  Do you agree – yes or no?

I was tempted to add some rhinestones but I am really trying to tame the bling beast in me and grasp the “less is more” concept.

The stockings are “hanging” from a single strand of the burlap ribbon that I stapled to the Wood Textures DSP that is attached to a piece of Early Espresso cardstock.  The stockings are attached with mini glue dots and I made bows from single strands of the burlap ribbon and attached to the top corner of each stocking with a mini glue dot.  I put a dimensional at the toe of each stocking to lift it up off the paper.  The sentiment is stamped in Early Espresso on a scrap piece of the same Wood Textures DSP that was used for the card front and was attached to a piece of Early Espresso cardstock and attached to card front with dimensionals.  The entire piece is attached to Crumb Cake cardstock base with dimensionals.

If you have any questions regarding any other design elements of this card, do not hesitate to contact me.

Here are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of this card, all of which can quickly be added to your shopping cart by clicking on the thumbnails below:

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper.  Until next time, stamp on my friends.

Linda

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One Response to Quilted Christmas Stockings on Wood Texture

  1. Mary Beth Fitzgerald says:

    Yes!

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