Curtain Call: winter wonderland

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It’s time for a new Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge!
photo source: bhg.com


We have a new sponsor, Winnie&Walter, for the Curtain Call Inspiration: Clearly Christmas!  
A randomly selected participant in the Clearly Christmas challenge will receive a $30 Winnie&Walter shopping code, while the LEAD will be invited as a Guest Designer in a future challenge!
I played with
I couldn’t wait to emboss the sentiment on vellum.
cardbase:  american crafts/keylime  cardstock: recollections/white, papertrey ink vellum  stamps:  winnie & walter/the big, the bold and seasons  ink:  zing/white, distress ink/tumbled glass
You might not be able to tell, but the card base is American Crafts in Key Lime.  I love these card sets!  I cut the card bases in half and this particular one, I trimmed it down to 3.5 inches skinny.
I love the font on Winnie & Walter sets…they are so fun and versatile! 
I incorporated the silver from the photo by using a plain old staple 🙂  The polkas are compliments of Distress Stain in Tumbled Glass.
Make sure you visit each of the designers’ blogs for more inspiration!


Clearly Christmas Designers


Guest Designer: Amy White
Stop by the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge:  Clearly Christmas for the challenge details and to play along with us!

26 thoughts on “Curtain Call: winter wonderland”

  1. Looks gorgeous Amy! Love how the vellum is the perfect counter-balance for all that awesome glitz! Such an awesome stamp set too!

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  2. The W&W stamps look so good embossed in white on vellum and I love the way you attached it to the card. I never think of doing different sized cards, need to broaden (or skinny) my horizons and try something new. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. clearly christmas?! holy wow, this one has my name written all over it! ok, yeah, admittedly, it also had YOUR name written all over it… in bold cursive letters white-embossed on gorgeous vellum!!! YOWZA!!! sooooooooo fab!

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