Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Heart of Christmas Week 7






Welcome to another week of the Art with Heart, Heart of Christmas blog hop. Week 7 to be exact. As always the weeks are flying by. I must say that I am thoroughly enjoying being involved in this blog hop and it has the added benefit of getting well ahead for this years festive season.

This week I have actually chosen to feature one of the bundles from our Annual Catalogue, which I purchased last year but didn't get to give some love to back then. It's the At Home bundle which isn't only for Christmas but can also be used for a birthday, a thanks for hospitality, just a general hello or even congratulations on a new home. The list is endless. The other thing I love about this bundle is NO fussy cutting as the dies are made to cut any of the stamp sets including the wreath on the door and the potted trees beside it. Just made for me!





For the background DSP and also the door I have used the Festive Farmhouse DSP from the current Seasonal Catalogue. To add some dimension I've coloured the wreath and the plant pots with our beautiful Stampin Blends which make colouring a pleasure. As always I've added that bit of bling by using the Red Rhinestone jewels. And finally added some Festive Farmhouse cotton twine in Mossy Meadow.


Hope that you like this weeks creation and if you would like to see the rest of the teams creations then just pop over to Claire Daly's blog.
Hope you enjoy the rest of the week
T

6 comments:

  1. Lovely card Theresa, great use of dsp and this stamp set that I forget to use!

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  2. Theresa you've used one of my favourite stamp sets, I love your card!

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  3. Lovely! Reminds me of a Parisian doorway. Must give that stamp set another run soon!

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  4. A lovely card Theresa. This would make a lovely welcome to the neighbourhood card for a new neighbour.

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  5. Lovely card, I think it is very inviting. come inside and have a Christmas drink. :)

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  6. Lovely card, Theresa and a great background with the brick EF and designer paper.

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