Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Peace of mind for mashups!

I just love when I can mash up challenges.

Does it work for Friday Mashup as well as it does random challenge blogs? Usually not, lol!

But, in this case (for the past couple actually) Sunday Stamps and Retro Rubber have gone well together and that makes my heart happy!





Here's what I came up with:

Stamps: Dasher (ret)
Inks: Baked Brown Sugar, Costal Cabana, Strawberry Slush (all ret)
Paper: Coastal Cabana, whisper white,
Sweet sorbet DSP (ret)
Accessories: Crisp Cantalope and Coastal Cabana bakers twine, white tinsel twins from target, button, rhinestones, and snowflake embossing folder (ret), Christmas greetings thinlit.

I just ADORE Dasher! From 2008, this little guy is just an adorable way to add that perfect wintery touch to any Christmas-y card! I thought pairing the embossing folder with the banners would be too much, but once assembled I really like it! I know we're all partial to cards we make, but let me tell you, I've had quite a few duds. Sometimes they're salvageable, sometimes there is absolutely no place they belong better than in the trash :)

Not this one! Phew! Keeping with the winter, and not so much Christmas theme, I opted for more non-traditional colors, which have been ALL the rage this past year. Christmas is going glam!

Thanks for stopping by and have a stamptastic day!

14 comments:

Jane Knudsen said...

Hi Jayme! So happy you are back with us! You paired these challenges perfectly! And I love all that twine! And the detail on the embossing is perfect! Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber!!

Donna Idlet said...

Hi Jayme, love your card! I love the embossing and how you highlighted it with ink! Thanks for sharing with Retro Rubber winter challenge.

Debbie Mageed said...

How wonderful to see Dasher again! I have always loved this little guy, too!! He does look best when he is on a blingy card so I know this card will be treasured. This card has all of my favorites - texture, layers and bling. Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber and hope you will join us again soon.

Maria A. said...

Hello Jayme, I'm thrilled to see this beautiful and elegant Reindeer again, love how you stamped it's antlers in different colors. Love to see that embossing folder as well, it' works perfectly in your card.
Fabulous way to combine this two challenges, thank you for joining us at Retro Rubber, hope to see you again in the gallery.

Annette Elliott said...

What a great card! You have so many fun items put together making a fabulous creation! It has a bright yet vintage feel to it. Love it! Thanks so much for joining us at Sunday Stamps! this week!

Shannon Jaramillo said...

What an adorable color combination!! I love your banners and that big buttons!! Thanks for playing along with Sunday Stamps!! xx

Christine Traversa said...

love your color combo and design style and elements! thanks so much for doing the challenge!

Katy McGloin said...

I have always adored Dasher and you have showcased him so beautifully! Love the banner, button and bow embellishment treatment. Thanks so much for playing along with Retro Rubber this week. Hope you continue to visit us!!

Lisa said...

Fantastic card! Love how you used the sketch and non traditional colors!

So glad you played along with us at Sunday Stamps!

Claire Broadwater said...

I love Dasher, too! How smart you are to be making your Christmas cards early! I love all the wonderful details on your card! Thank you for joining us at Sunday Stamps! XX

Leena Girsa said...

So pretty! I can't believe you are doing Christmas cards in February...I am in awe! So many wonderful elements to this project...love the sparkle. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps this week!

Neva Cole said...

Such a pretty card to add to your stash, lovely! Thank you for joining us at Retro Rubber!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

love your non-traditional colors, this is super pretty! Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps!

Jayme Ziemer said...

Thanks so much!!

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