Monday, November 24, 2014

Pretty Trees with GI

Happy Monday Stamping Friends!

It's my day to post on the Great Impression Stamps Blog once again!

When I seen the new G509 Patterned Trees, I knew I had to have it!
What  a pretty stamp!
I thought it would be fun to paper piece the trees together to make them more 3 dimensional!

At a straight on glance you can really see the sparkle I added to the trees:

I also used the C409 Merry Christmas sentiment to finish off my card!

And a close-up of the trees:
It was so fun, the kids helped me pick out the papers to use for the trees and then when I added the sparkle, they were so amazed!! :)  Oh the little things!


Thank you for stopping by to see my project today!

Join the GI monthly challenge!  
We'd love to see what you create!

Check out the Great Impressions shop for more wonderful stamps!!

Have a fabulous day!!


Addicted to Stamps: Lots of Layers


Joan Smith said...

OH Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree you definitely did one super awesome creative job. I love your card. Your trees are so cute they remind me of a good old fashioned Christmas.
You came up with outstanding ideas for your card. Great papers, the dimension and great embellishing. YOU ROCK!!

Sherrie K. said...

GORGEOUS card design Kendra! I love the dimension! The papers and sparkle on the tree's look amazing! Beautiful!
Sherrie K

Mynn xx said...

These patterns are FABULOUS together, Kendra! And the added shine is the perfect finishing touch! LOVE this pretty card! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Marina said...

Great dimension and sparkle and love the contemporary look. Thanks a lot for joining in with my Festive 48 at My Perfect Life .

Marge said...

This is such a sweet tree card and I LOVE that your little ones helped create it. I still get as excited as a child when I use glitter (until I have to keep trying to clean it all up -- LOL)! Thanks so much for sharing your family's creative fun with us @ My Sheri Crafts!!!

RitaK said...

Thanks for joining the ATSC with this beautiful card. Love the layered trees. Hugs Rita