12/13/2015

Peace on Earth!

Hey there! Sorry things have been quiet here, but I have the icky sickies. Started on an antibiotic so hopefully things will be looking up soon. Today is my last post as a guest designer at the Paper Players. I want to thank Anne Marie for inviting me to play along with the amazingly talented design team for the last six months. I also want to thank that very team for welcoming me with open arms. You girls are THE BEST!!

My final challenge has LeAnne as our hostess with a color theme. Three classics for Christmas: Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow and Very Vanilla.



I stamped the DeNami tree onto a very vanilla card base and a spare to be trimmed out. A small panel of cherry cobbler was topped with a polka dot DP then wrapped with twine. I love the font of this Rubber Cottage sentiment. The second tree was popped up with foam tape. A few rhinestones for zing and this one is done!


I'll be playing along with this week's CASology challenge.




Thanks for visiting and have a great day! ~Lisa

28 comments:

jaydee said...

Lisa, hope the antibiotics are kicking in and that you will start to feel better. It's been wonderful crafting beside you for the last 6 months! What a fabulous card for your final stint as a Player. I love the polka dot paper with the twine and the touch of glimmer from the rhinestones. Great use of the colors
hugs
jaydee

Celeste Goff said...

Beautiful card Lisa! I hope you guys all get to feeling better soon!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome card! Feel better soon!

Rosemary said...

sorry to hear that you were sick, lisa... hope you are all better!! your card is just lovely... serene and elegant!!

Greta said...

So, so sorry you've been sick! Don't think I could have given you my bug through the internet--haha--but I sure can sympathize! My voice is finally back to almost normal & no coughing today. I was just looking at that tree--another of my old favorite stamps. Your card is perfectly designed--love the red & white panel & that sentiment is so beautiful! Happy Holidays, my friend!

laurie said...

Hope you are feeling better soon! Your card is so beautiful.. I love sequins. Have a very Merry Christmas!

I Card Everyone said...

OH NO, do I need to come make soup? You know I would! For a sick lady, you really made a gorgeous card, Lisa! LOve the dots! Those fab girls are going to miss you!
=]

Jen W. said...

Sorry to hear about the icky sickies but I hope your recovery speeds up with those antibiotics! I love your gorgeous clean and classic card - it's going straight into my CASE file! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Sorry to hear you have been feeling bad! Hope you feel better soon!!!
Your card is so pretty! Love those trees!

LeAnne said...

Oh, it is never fun to be sick, but being sick around the holidays is the PITS! Hope you're feeling better! Your little trees are just adorable...especially with those pretty rhinestones! It has been a blast having you as a guest designer, you know I always love your creations!!! Hope you keep playing with us!

Annette Allen said...

aww sorry you had the ickies.. I hope you are feeling better soon. Your card is gorgeous. I love those trees..

Marybeth said...

Aww hope you feel better soon!
I saw this on FB and loved it! Something about simple beautiful trees and a little bit of red! Try and get some rest in this busy time of year .

Nance Leedy said...

So sorry you've been sick Lisa--hope you are on the mend soon. I Love your sweet little polka dot card. These trees are gorgeous and I love the dimension you've created by layering them. It's been wonderful having you on our team and I am going to miss your sweet creations and caring personality. I hope you will continue to play along with us! Merry Christmas, my friend!

Leigh Penner said...

Those trees are gorgeous, Lisa, as is your wonderful card!

stampwithsandy said...

Another gorgeous holiday card, Lisa! I never tire of your great CAS style. It's been a joy having you on the team at The Paper Players and you will be missed. I hope you'll still be playing along! All the best to you in 2016, and Happy Holidays!

~Tammy~ said...

Oh man that stinks that you have not been feeling well! You have done an amazing loss, and it won't be the same them not having your beautiful creations each week! :-( I love this card! Love how you layered the trees here! Beautifully done as always! Feel better soon!

Mona Pendleton said...

Gorgeous card Lisa! The trees look outstanding!

hazelspaperdesigns said...

Hope you're feeling better, Lisa. This is such a beautiful CAS card! Love the elegant layout, and classic colour scheme. Love that you could join us at CASology this week!

stampwithamyk said...

Oh my goodness, your card is stunning! I love the sentiment and your trees are just beautiful! Perfect for the color challenge.

Yuki said...

Sorry to hear you've been under the weather. Hopefully the antibiotics help and you feel better soon! Your card is beautiful!

Jinny Newlin said...

Love those sketchy trees, and those polka dots are so fun! Super cute, Lisa! Hope you're feeling better today. Hugs!

Deepti said...

This indeed is so peaceful and calm :)

Kay Miller said...

What a beautiful card! I love those trees and the dot paper!! So pretty! I hope by now you are feeling much better! :)

Mynn Kitchen said...

Such an elegant card! LOVE the fabulous colors you used! I hope you're on the mend and back to 100% by now! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Anita in France said...

How gorgeously festive, Lisa ... those trees are lovely ... and fabulous with the shimmery 'snowflake' sequins! Hope you're feeling much better! Hugs, Anita :)

Joanne James said...

I hope those antibiotics are working now and you are starting to feel better Lisa and are fully recovered to enjoy the Christmas festivities. I love the classic yet understated feel of your card - those trees are lovely! Thank you for your wonderful contributions these last 6 months - we will miss you! I hope to see you joining us in the Paper Players gallery again in the new year!

Jen Mitchell said...

A classic Christmas card. The sentiment is perfect for the season!

Kim Heggins said...

Beautiful card Lisa....sorry to be so late in commenting. But this is just too pretty to pass up. Wishing you a very Happy New Year!