Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Serendipity Stamps - October Blog Hop #2



Welcome to another Serendipity Stamps Blog Hop! 
 I used the elegant Season's Greetings die on my card 
and die cut it twice in black mirror cardstock.
I just love Tim Holtz's new Christmas Stash paper pad and
used it here. The vintage look goes with the sentiment nicely.


Inside I stamped Merry Merry Merry and the 
Chickadees stamps.
Finished card is 5 3/4 x 4 1/2.

The HOP Prize is a $20 Serendipity Stamps 
Gift Certificate to a random commenter.
You can leave comments from today through Sunday
 and Mary will announce the winner on October 22.

Here is the list of Design Team members participating in the HOP:

Beth Chiu out this week!

Next up is Vickie Zimmer's blog here.



  • Serendipity Stamps & dies: Season's Greetings die 068FD, Merry Merry Merry 663D, Chickadees 682E
  • Other dies: Lawn Fawn Stitched Scalloped Rectangles, Stitched Rectangles
  • Paper: Tim Holtz - Christmas Stash 8x8 pad, Bazzill Heavyweight Peppermint
  • Ink: Distress Oxides: Fired Brick, Forest Moss
  • Other: Tim Holtz Christmas Adornment charm, greenery punch, Mini Perfect Layers
  • 11 comments:

    Glennis F said...

    Love all the layers

    Cynthia said...

    This pretty card holds a lot of interest!

    Mary Dew Lee said...

    I love the black with the green and red! So striking! And that Merry Merry Merry stamp has always been one of my favorites!

    Colorado Crafter said...

    Wonderful Christmas card!!! Love that sentiment die!!!

    McStamper said...

    What a creative card. Love the pretty patterns and inside design.

    Dana M said...

    Beautiful and fabulously festive card! Fantastic use of patterned papers and amazing layers.

    Sue D said...

    Wonderful choice of papers on your holiday card.

    Denise Bryant said...

    Pretty layering and colors! I love the font of the sentiment die!

    cghundley said...

    Lovely card with
    all the layers.
    Carla from Utah

    Karen said...

    Pretty card and papers. Love the die cut and how you did the inside

    Mary Holshouser said...

    Love the framing.
    the little birds on the inside
    are a great idea. thanks
    for sharing.
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