Stampin’ Up! Wishing You Well Christmas Card

There are many reasons why I choose to buy certain stamps.

I try to pick ones that I think will be versatile (cards, scrapbooking, 3D projects)…
I’m a sucker for good and punny sentiments…
I love pretty calligraphy…

But sometimes I buy a stamp set because I love one image.

And I love-love-love the bow image from the Wishing You Well Stamp Set.

I really enjoy crafting with this set, but the bow is what steals the show for me.

My card today starts off with Cherry Cobbler cardstock which I embossed using the Pinewood Planks embossing folder.  Down the middle I adhered a pattern from the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper.

I stamped the wreath from the Wishing You Well Stamp Set in Mossy Meadow ink on another pattern from the Festive Farmhouse DSP.  I matted this on Mossy Meadow cardstock.

Next I stamped the bow in Cherry Cobbler ink and fussy cut it out using Paper Snips.  I adhered this using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Lastly, I stamped the sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink.

Enjoy!


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