Shana Gaff
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Candlelight Christmas

I am just in love with this DSP.  I know I shared a card using it yesterday, but since I had already cut into it, I decided I might as well make another!  I used the sketch from The Paper Players
I just cannot get enough of these sketches with the banners.  Good thing because they are everywhere!  I save all of my used sketches in a folder on my computer and glancing through them, about 3/4 of the sketches have at least one banner on them!
It's hard to tell, but I used the transparency sheet with the flocking on it.  That stuff is gorgeous!  I backed it with the striped DSP that I edged with the Scallop Trim Border Punch.  A few strategically-placed dots of Tombow Multi-Glue hold the transparency nicely in place.  I am also lovin' the Core'dinations Cardstock.  As you can see here, I used the Early Espresso AND the Cherry Cobbler.  Why, oh why didn't I put the Lucky Limeade on my last order?!  I love the paper on this card so much that I didn't want to cover it up too much, so I opted for a small medallion that also included a sentiment.  I was surprised to find that this ornament did not match up with any of the framelits from the new Holiday Ornament Framelits, but it was easy enough to cut out.  Of course, I had to pop it up on a Dimensional...I have been going through them like candy!  I'm down to about half a sheet.  Can't wait for my next order to arrive on Monday!
Stamp Set: Joyous Celebrations
Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler and Early Espresso Core'dinations
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade
Tools: Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder, Scallop Trim Border Punch. Wide Oval Punch, sanding block
Accessories: Candlelight Christmas Designer DSP, Dimensional


  1. Beautiful Shana! What a great idea to layer the window sheets over DSP--such a gorgeous effect! Glad you liked my sketch and joined us at The Paper Players!!

  2. Shana, I love all of that great texture with the simple sentiment on the ornament. great card. So glad you joined the Paper Players this week