So I know I am very late with this, but Merry Christmas to all of you. Sorry I didn't get that out prior to Christmas, but you know how it goes! This is the Vernagus Family Christmas Card for 2009. I went back to a very old Stampin' Up! set that I had used for a previous Christmas card and chose a different image. In an attempt to keep it simple, considering the fact that I didn't start them until around Dec. 7 or so, I did a one layer card. The bird image and the greeting was stamped and embossed with black embossing powder. Then I colored the bird image with a blender pen and ink pads. My son decided he needed to do the same, so he got to color the cards for his teachers. Anyway, then I embossed the square around the image with my Nestabilities and the Cuttlebug. A 5/8" Real Red grosgrain ribbon finished it off. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!
And now for my news! I was selected to be one of the Sugar Babies for the Sweet Stop Sketch Challenge Blog organized by Korin, the Sugar Mama herself, whom is the owner of Sweet & Sassy Stamps! I am very excited about this...my first design team! Kind of funny now that I look back...I had set a goal to get published and get on a design team at the beginning of 2009 and I actually did both of them now. Wow that just hit me...that is just crazy because I had pretty much given up on the design team thing. Just goes to show that it is not our plan, but His! That is always a tough one for me. You can check out the announcement here. I would like to formally congratulate the other newbies on the team as well...so congrats to Audrey, Candace, Renata, and Julie...looking forward to working with you ladies as well as the current Design Team members! So look for my first Sketch Challenge post coming up here on Saturday!!
The Engineering Details
Stamps - A Beautiful Season (retired SU!), All Year Cheer I (retired SU!); Paper - Basic White (Papertrey Ink); Ink - Versamark, Real Red, More Mustard; Accessories - Black Embossing Powder, Blender Pen, 5/8" Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Square Nestabilities, Heat Gun