I’m so Blue today

18 Jul

Ok, well I am not really sad, but maybe I got your attention?

On the Sweet Stamps.com Blog our new challenge starts today and the theme is Winter Blues.

Now, Christmas falls in Winter so I have made a Christmas card in blue shades.

Thanks to the ultra fantabulous, oh so yummy new paper line AUTHENTIQUE PAPER, my card is not only blue, the blues all match perfectly since they are all from the new line called : JOURNEY

For today’s card I have used the stamp called:


Ooooh, I just love the way this turned out!

At the last-minute, I realized that I did not just want to put a Merry Christmas Stamp on here..

Thank goodness for my Petite Types, they have come to my rescue quite a bit lately.

I use them for everything!

As you can see I created my own sentiment with the Petite Types:

 “A Child is Born”

I hope you have enjoyed my paper pieced Christmas Blue card.

As usual, if you head over to the Sweet Stamps.com blog, you can see the rest of the design teams cards.

You will find the link to enter this week’s challenge and remember that if you enter, you have the chance to win a $20.00 gift certificate to the Sweet Stamps.com store.

Be sure to stop on over to the blog and leave some blog love.

I am off to create something else!

 Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.


3 Responses to “I’m so Blue today”

  1. Sandy H July 19, 2011 at 8:29 am #

    Oh, Jeannie, this is just fabulous. What a great mix of paper piecing and textures and designs.

  2. Bonnie July 20, 2011 at 3:51 am #

    Jeannie you created a beautiful card!! I love all your paper piecing and how you blended the papers so well. Gorgeous!!

  3. Joni52 July 21, 2011 at 12:31 pm #

    Love the paper piecing and the background embossing.

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