Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Rejoicing in Christmas!

Good Morning!
We've been busy in our house getting ready for Christmas, went and found the not so perfect tree the day after Thanksgiving.  And with the new addition of puppies to our house, they think its a great thing to chew on!

But I did have some time on Sunday to sit and make a card.  Sage asked if we could make a Christmas card and how could I turn that down!

So I received the new stamp set in clear called Rejoicing in Christmas.  And I was inspired by a card I saw by Jennifer Timko.  And this is what I came up with.

I pulled out my watercolor pencils which I haven't used in ever and did the coloring of the clothes with them. The cardstock I used was Crumb Cake and Chocolate Chip.  On the Crumb Cake I ran it through the Big Shot with the Petals a Plenty.  I think I'll have to make a few tweeks to it before we do it at club this month but for the most part, I really like it.

Starting tomorrow, I'll be showing you some cards I received in a Shoebox Swap that I did with my upline this month.  So many talented gals!

Remember today is the last day to take advantage of the Online Spectacular!!!  Lots of great deals for Christmas.  And its the last day to receive the starter kit for 50% off!!!  Go to my website: http://www.robynscherzer.stampinup.net/ and sign up TODAY.  You'll need the code word:  wisconsin

Have a great day!

Thanks for stopping by! Email me at robynscherzer@hotmail.com if you have any questions!


  1. This is just simply gorgeous!!!! Wonderful watercoloring and what a lovely image.

  2. Very pretty! I love the clean design.

  3. Beautiful! Love how used the watercolors. TFS

  4. This is really pretty and I love how you used the watercolors to color the image, wonderful. Perfect image for Christmas.

  5. Oh wow, this is stunningly pretty! Such soft colors really give it a feeling of warmth and care. Nice job!

  6. I love your clean design and gorgeous coloring! This set is so beautiful and you showcased it wonderfully. :)

  7. I like the neutral colour scheme with the 'pop' of blue. Nice!


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