Stampin’ Up! Christmas Lodge

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

It is Wednesday and that means Stampin’ Queens Sketch Challenge. Here is the sketch for this week:

The stamp set that came to mind when I saw this sketch was the Scenic Season stamp set but I must have lent that out because I couldn’t find it anywhere. Hmmm.. I need to start writing down who I lend my stamps to and what I lent them; I’m very bad about doing this. I’m sure it will turn up eventually they always do. So my next choice for this sketch was the Christmas Lodge #123767 $33.95 Wood or #123769 $25.95 clear from the Holiday Mini.

I wish you could see this card in person. I used the Craft Always Artichoke ink on the tree and then embossed it in iridescent ice embossing powder. It really sparkles and shines in person. This is what you would call a monochromatic card as it is all the same color. Very striking!

Now check out the Stampin’ Queens blog to see the other fantastic takes on this sketch and upload your take on the sketch as well.

Thanks for stopping by!

6 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Christmas Lodge

  1. Penny Hanuszak says:

    Glenda this is a bautiful card and I love the way it showcases the tree from the Christmas Lodge set! Outstanding!

    Don’t know if this suggestion will help with the loaned stamp sets, but for me it works. I use a little library card system for my loaners and I just attach it to the back of the stamp box when I get a new set. When the set goes out on loan the borrower fills out the card and gives it to me, and they have a two week window for returning it unless I’m anticipating using it. I keep a little “Out” box for the cards on my stamp shelf. Maybe I’ll do a post about this, cause it might help others.

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