Today we are going to share with you an adorable stamp set from Pink & Main, “Nice List”. Pink & Main has done it again! This stamp set is as adorable as it is versatile. The card that Teresa made features Santa checking out his list and at the same time she has created a shaker card and shown off some truly gorgeous paper. Santa is a perfect addition to this card that I think looks elegant and whimsical. If you take a look at the entire stamp set of Pink & Main’s “Nice List” you will get to see all the other figures that are on this stamp. From creating a scene to baby’s first Christmas there are so many choices with this stamp and it comes with three sentiments as well.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and checking out what Scrapping For Less has been up to. When it comes to creating your Christmas cards this year we’ve gotcha covered! Head on over to the store for your goodies and we’ll work on keeping some inspiration coming! Have a fabulous day and I hope you get the chance to get crafty!
Thanks so much for stopping by! I love getting a jump on Christmas cards and this little cutie moved right up to the top of my list. I dug into my Christmas stash and went through some patterned paper. When I saw the green plaid I immediately wanted to use that for her dress. Then I ran into a snafu…have you ever not done a technique in so long that you forget how? That is what happened to me! Embarrassing but in case any of you out there experience this now you know you’re not alone. Thank goodness my friend was hanging out close by and when I mentioned that I really wanted to paper piece her dress but couldn’t she laughingly reminded me how. As soon as she reminded me I felt so silly but we got a good laugh out of it!
using my Tim Holtz stamp platform I stamped the Pure Innocence girl with Lawn Fawn’s Jet Black which is waterproof and alcohol marker safe
I colored her in with my Copic markers and Teresa gave me a tip after I paper pieced her dress that I didn’t know about…she said to take a dark grey marker and color around the dress parts that I paper pieced to soften the edges so that the dress doesn’t look like it’s floating on top of her, brilliant!
the sentiment was stamped in VersaFine since it gives such a crisp look
wanting her shoes to look like patent leather (the shiny ones from my childhood) I covered them in glossy accents
MFT’s Pure Innocence stamps are just that perfect mix of sweet and cute, and I am smitten with them! Now to make more Christmas cards!!! Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my post I hope you get the chance to craft today. A little or a lot just some time for what you want to do. Have a great day!