Tuesday, November 9, 2010

MMSC79-"priscillastyles" Christmas Trees & Ornament



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"YOUR CHOICE"





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Here is this weeks Midnight Madness Sketch. I used the Christmas Trees from "priscillastyles" digital images that you can see here. I had fun making this as I printed out my trees on design paper and then paper pieced them. I love to paper piece, it's like playing with paper dolls. I used the most awesome paper from our sponsor this month "Paper Temptress". I love working with these papers. Please stop by her shop and take a look around. You will love all her gorgeous selection!I also made this ornament for the new Christmas image release at the "priscillastyles" store. I colored this with copic markers and cut it out with my Spellbinders Scalloped round nestabilities. I will be having a tutorial on my blog soon for how to do this. Be sure to stayed tuned. Thanks so much for stopping by. I have enjoyed your visit and hope you will come back again soon!

15 comments:

KarinsArtScrap said...

what great cards you have made carol.
love that tree card, lovely paper too.
you always make a great project from it.

greetings karin

Donna Moore said...

Good Morning Carol!
I look so forward to coming here and soaking up the beauty and inspiration! Your talent is just amazing and never ceases to bring an involuntary "ohhhhh" when I study your gorgeous creations! Awesome card and beautiful ornament!!
hugs
donna

Colleen Dietrich said...

I really like how you interpreted the sketch this week, with the clustering of trees! Very clever, Bearzi. :)

Emily Keaton said...

Oh, so pretty!! I love how you worked those layered Christmas trees into the layout. Gorgeous work, Carol!!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Oh my goodness, Carol! You have done it again with another over the top, gorgeous card! I just love your design and the paper piecing looks fabulous! Your really did a amazing job with the sketch!

And your ornament is total gorgeousness! I can't wait to see your tutorial!

Gunn (MsPlum) said...

Hi Carol!
This is a lovely christmascard! Love all the trees and the big gold bow!

Your ornament is supercool! Thanks for making a turtorial for us!

Hugs
Gunn

Winnie and Patty said...

Wow Carol--another stunning card!!!! Love the layout too! All the details and embellishments are fantastic! Love the ornament too! Great job. TFS

Love crafts forever said...

What a fun card, i love this cute little trees. Fantastic take on the sketch. Hugs, Nataliya.

marsha said...

I am head over heels in love with your Christmas tree card! This is just too gorgeous! Also love your ornament, you are so creative!
Hugs,
Marsha

*Vicki* said...

Carol, your projects are just gorgeous hun!! I love your take on the sketch, but your snowflake ornament is just amazing girl!!

Denise @ kc242 said...

Carol, Your Christmas card using Priscilla's trees is stunning. All 3 of your cards are wonderful with all of the fantastic details. You sure are one busy gal!
Denise

Connie M. said...

Wow, Carol! You have so worked all three of those tree imagies on your first card! Amazing. Love your beautiful ornament too...gotta love bling!! :)

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Carol - thies trees are divine! I love your take on the sketch - it is gorgeous. The warm colours are perfect Carol! How do you keep on turning out these fabulous cards - I love it! {{{Hugs}}}

Darsie Bruno said...

Love the paper piecing of the trees, and your snowflake ornament is spectacular!
Hugs, Darsie

Holly Moore said...

Your trees are so delightfully decorated. And I am flipping over that ornament! I love the glitter inside the text cones. Totally CASEing it. :)

Hugs, H