Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Hello, friends! I am beginning to feel like myself again!  I am still seeing crescent shaped lights in my left eye but they have moved to the left most part of the eye and  are easier to ignore!  My birthday is behind me, most of my packages are in the mail and so it was with great enjoyment that I sat down to stamp this week!!!  I have two Christmas cards to share with you today featuring  Brushos Color Crystals and images from Name above All Names stamp set.

First up, I was inspired by Lydia's Splitcoaststampers DEC15VSNO VSN Challenge to use blue, gold, embossing and an intricate pattern and this is what I came up with.  I spritzed mixed media cardstock liberally with water and then added a generous amount of Turquoise Brushos.

For my next card, I went with a more traditional Christmas color palette and just a sprinkle of  Brushos lemon crystals.  I was inspired by Brenda's Splitcoaststampers DEC15VSNJ to create a card with a circle in a circle.  My circles are the ones around the flame!  

I hope you have enjoyed taking a look at this versatile stamp set!  The images and sentiments included in the Name above All Names stamp set can be used for Christmas creations and many other occasions which make this set a fabulous value!

I hope you have a great rest of the week and don't forget to "breathe" during this very busy season!!!



  1. Beautiful cards Angie - love the blue and gold one in particular

  2. Beautiful cards Angie! What fun backgrounds!

  3. i absolutely adore the little candle one. it is as sweet as can be with the splattered glow of light. well, done!

  4. 2 super cards - love them both

  5. Oh, what gorgeous cards, Angie, and I love the backgrounds. You have really delighted me with them and intrigued me with them. I may have to try my hand on one soon. Hugs, sweet friend!


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