Monday, December 14, 2015

Merry Monday #184 Lori - Baking Theme - Curtain Call, Milk & Cookies

Come join us this week at Merry Monday where Lori has challenged us to use a baking theme on our card.
 
This gingerbread cookie is the only stamp that I found that I could use as a baked item.
I white embossed the sentiment and other images and used silver and red embossing on the Kisses.
Then used PTI's New Leaf and Ocean Tides to sponge on the background.    This was a technique that I saw on Kristina Werner's Blog and I basically cased her card....


PTI's Scent-imentals, Tiny Treats, Cup of Cheer in Pure Poppy, New Leaf, Ocean tides, & H/A Latte


12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card, Linda!! Love those gingies....you rocked it :) I love how you did the background. Have a wonderful week friend! xoxoxo

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  2. So cute Linda, I love the fun panel you created.

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  3. Love the sponging around all those sweets, Linda! Love the stripes too! Have a sweet week!

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  4. This gingerbread card just pops off the page!! the background color is gorgeous! Love all your little embellishments around the "man"!!

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  5. Great assortment of stamped images. The white ones look like candies!

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  6. Love your ginger, Linda! This card is packed with lots of sweets for the holidays! So fun & festive! Hope your having a great week! :)

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  7. Super cute card, Linda! Love anything gingerbread. Have a great week!

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  8. Oh, this is so sweet! Wonderful take on the inspiration photo! I always forget to use the kisses from that stamp set....

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  9. what a lovely card. I adore the green sponged background. thanks for linking up to curtain call.

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  10. Oh he is very cute! Love the technique you used too!!

    Deanne :)

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  11. Sweet image, lovely Christmas card Linda.

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  12. Adorable and I love your sponged background!

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