Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Use a Border...


It's time for a new challenge at The House that Stamps Built! Our challenge for this week is 'Use a Border' - this week, we are using a border on our cards!

Here's what I made:

I know it's a wee bit early for Christmas, but I couldn't help myself!

I used these Repeat Impressions' stamps:

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Now, it's time to see what my DT friends have created!
Joy     Laurie     Heather   Shirley     Donna

Happy Hopping!

Thanks for stopping by,
Patti J.


Laurie Unger said...

How pretty. I don't have this stamp = whenever RI gets going again, I will need this one. Thanks for the inspiration.

Donna said...

Gorgeous Christmas card, one of my favorite sentiments and the border is fabulous Patti!

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

Such a rich and elegant card with the pops of red. Very pretty borders.

Glittered Paws said...

I love this stamp border - so versatile and love the sentiment you choose to go with the border. This was a fun challenge and you did a great job.

*Vicki* said...

Very festive design with your pretty lacey border and that sentiment is wonderful! Great job with your challenge card friend!

Lynette said...

What a pretty Christmas card, Patti. I have that border stamp, too - and I probably tell you that every time you use it! LOL!

Cheryl W said...

I don't think it's too early to be making Christmas cards, Patti. Yours is beautiful. Love the simple border and sentiment design. This is one of those cards that would be great to make multiples of--once you place the stamps in your Misti and cut your cardstock, they would come together quickly. Perfect for me, since I'm a little behind on getting my cards done.

Diane said...

Love it! It is beautiful. It's not too early for Christmas cards, I have been making them for a while, LOL!!!

Heather said...

It is never too early to start on Christmas cards!! This is simple and looks rather quick to make which would make it perfect for mass producing! And it's pretty to boot!