Thursday, November 20, 2008

Pearly Roses for Christmas


The Ways to use it challenge was the perfect finishing touch to this fun card. I love these colors and this card to me is just stunning. I will post a tutorial on how to do the ornament if I have any interest, just let me know by leaving a comment. Here are the details, need to get back in bed, my son is home sick too so we are resting.

Stamps: Season of Joy, Snow Bursts, Cardinal Christmas
Paper: Rose Red, Regal Rose and Whisper White
Ink: Rose Red, Regal Rose
Accessories: Pearls, martha steward border punch, white gel pen, circle punch, word window punch, designer label punch, large circle punch for mask, silver cording, Rose wide grosgrain, cuttlebug, sponges
Techniques: reverse masking

12 nice people left a comment:

Lorie said...

Holy moley! This is absolutely beautiful!

Dayna said...

I love the colors you used on the card. I would love to learn how to make one like it. I hope you get feeling better soon

Kerry D-C said...

This marvelous MJ! Feel better. (((Hugs)))

Anonymous said...

Hi Mary Jo, The Pearly Roses Christmas card is absolutely beautiful. I really love the ornament with the greetings from season of joy. I would love to know how you did the ornament. Thanks for sharing. Trish Hughes

Markie's Mom said...

I would love to see the tutorial on the ornament!

Cassie said...

This is so pretty!

Deb Lenox Leesburg, Virginia said...

Love your card...
Love to hear how you did it..
thanks for sharing
Deb

Anonymous said...

This is absolutely beautiful - and the color choice EXCELLENT!!! I would really appreciate a tutorial on the ornament

xtinejonick79 said...

I would love a tutorial... pretty card!

Amanda said...

this is sooooo nice!! LOVE the reverse masking!!! I think I might have to get that set now!!! LOL

Anonymous said...

Yes please post a tutorial on how to do this beautiful ornament.
Thanks,
Sharon King

joyk said...

Love your stunning card......great colors and design! Have done reverse masking before, but can always learn something from a new tutorial.