I hope you are having a wonderful Labor Day weekend! If we weren't still swimming at our neighbor's heated pool, I would say summer seems to be over! Football season is here, leaves are starting to fall here in Minnesota, our oldest starts Kindergarten this week and the Holiday Catalog is here! YAY! I love making Christmas cards and can't wait to show you some of the great sets are in the catalog. Seriously - what a fantastic catalog this year! (If you need a copy and don't have a SU! demonstrator that you work with, I would be happy to send a catalog your way.)
Anyway, I'm talking too much! Welcome to our Creation Station blog hop. We are a group of international SU! demos that blog on the first Sunday of the month. This month we are highlighting our favorites from the Holiday Catalog.
And since I can't blog every favorite that I have ordered, I'm showing you ONE of the great sets!
I love the religious sets in the catalog - to me they highlight the true meaning of why we celebrate Christmas. When I first saw the angel set called Wonder of Christmas I knew it was a must have!
I love the catalog examples for this stamp set and decided to do my version of both cards. I used gold embossing powder to give the angel some pizzazz since I knew I wanted to leave her uncolored.
I took one of the sentiments and stamped the entire background of the card base and also the inside of the card.
My favorite part is the cluster of various ribbons! It really helps tie in the gold from the angel.
This was a great one to make multiples of too. I'm selling packs of 5 at an upcoming vendor show so I did 10 in this color combo and 10 in a Tip Top Taupe/Wisteria Wonder/Gold combo. I'm so happy with how they turned out and hope the shoppers like them too!
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog! Be sure to check out everyone's projects and pin your favorites! You can head back to the lovely Jennifer Downey or on to my talented friend Elizabeth Price! :)