Monday, June 11, 2012

Santa's Workshop

I hope you've been enjoying all the fabulous inspiration and show casing of the new releases at the LMMS Blog!  I can't wait to get back home to technology and check out what everyone has made!  But until then, here's another project I made with the Park Glen Door Diecut from Little Miss Muffet Stamps...


I used the base door part of the Park Glen Door Diecut and kept it simple with a nice bold red door for the season.  The solid color also helps to see the embossing details around the edges.  They don't photograph well, but it's a nice little addition and some added interest.


The fun part about this project is the view inside the door... for that I used Santa's Workshop from Make it Crafty and zoomed into one area of the room.  I colored it back and white because the outside already had so much color.


The Joy banner was created with a pennant diecut but I can't remember from which company it comes from.  Anyoen know?  I know there ar a few out there but I don't remember which one has the scallopes and holes all around.  Regardless, it makes for a great banner!  :D


In between the banners I've added little jingle bells which have a nice little gingle too them.  They post office is going to have fun delievering this card and if I get it sent early enough in the season pehaps they'll enjoy shaking the envelop for a little music.  LOL

4 comments:

  1. Ooh, this is a bit special. The monochrome scene pulls your eye through the window, and then the bunting and gorgeous flower pull you back again. Luuuuurverly. xx

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  2. wonderful card! love your layout with the snowy scene with a window and you can see the workshop. love it!

    Luanne
    http://sisterscraftcafe.blogspot.com

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  3. Great project Barbara! Love the door with the scene peeking through and that banner is just the perfect touch :)

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