Hello again blog-land. For those two hermits out there that were not aware, Google Blogger has been down for the last two days. It "ate" comments and scheduled future posts, in addition to locking out the blog owners. For those of us who are far too involved in our on-line lives (can you say, Get a life, Susan?), this was very stressful! And worst of all - It interrupted my Berry Week! I guess you will get yesterday's berry project at some point in the future.
Today's berry card is "Christmas Berries". And no, this is not a real plant. I took one of the Christmas berry cuts from the Christmas Noel cartridge (which can be referred to as Christmas or Christmas Solutions) and crossed it with a pine stamp, creating a hybrid Christmas berry branch! I then topped the branch with this sweet little red bird (wonder if he ate too many red berries?).
I went back to the Preserves cartridge and found this great shaped matting. I cut the shape in dark brown cardstock and white with green print cardstock. On top of that I added two oval mat cut with George . I stamped the Merry Christmas sentiment with a Stampin' Up stamp and SU ink. I tied a red Christmas tree ribbon around the card topper before attaching it to the cream colored base card.
Inside the card I used another Stampin' Up Christmas stamp to add a message. There is still plenty of space to sign the card and add a personal message.
The base card was cut in speckled cream cardstock and red, green and cream stripes. I used mono adhesive and attached the stripes to the cardstock BEFORE cutting the base card. I then positioned the cardstock on the mat so that 3/4 of an inch of the stripes would cut with the card. The base card was cut using Christmas Cheer.
I am hopeful that blogger continues to function properly and that this post does not get lost. If there are no service interruptions I should be back tomorrow with another new project!!Source URL: http://policfashion2011.blogspot.com/2011/05/christmas-berry-card-blogger-up-date.html
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