Friday, December 21, 2012

DYSU # 103 - Berry Sprig

Hope you are having a good day.  Winter is finally starting to touch the Midwest - or at least my little corner of the world.  I woke up to a light sprinkle of dust on the ground today.  The puppy didn't know what to make of it and took each step cautiously!  What a hoot!

I'm playing along with the DYSU Challenge.  Sadly they are closing this challenge blog - I believe this is the last challenge there, and the theme this time is "anything goes" so have fun with it!  We're counting down to Christmas so I,m keeping with that theme to keep spirits bright.

I made this one by layering an embossed Serendipity frame die over a Spellbinder Fleur De Lis Square, and then topped it off with a fussy cut Copic colored berry sprig.
Stay warm - and I hope you carry the spirit of the holidays with you wherever you go today!


Supplies Used:  Finished Size:  5.75 x 5.75"
Stamps:  Serendipity Merry Christmas Small 1036B, Square Frame 584G, Berry Sprig 683E
Dies:  Spellbinder Classic Squares, Fleur de is Squares, Labels & Tags
Ink:  Momento Rich Cocoa, Ranger Distress Antique Linens, Versafine Vintage Sepia, Copic Markers
Paper:  Papertrey Ink Poppy Red, Kraft, Stampers Select White
Extras Embossing Plate SIzzix Textrurz Christmas Lattice, Zing Gold Emboss Powder


Joyce said...

Such a pretty card. I love all your layers.

Tracey McNeely said...

Jeanne your berries are lovely, and the frame behind them is fabulous. Not only do you do good on bows but you have the best collection of die cute frames. ;)

Pauline said...

Just beautiful Jeanne, such a gorgeous frame, it looks spectacular embossed in gold!
You still have next week to play as well, last challenge on the 27th.xx

The Paper Parade said...

This is really pretty Jeanne! I love that mistletoe :)

Marybeth said...

Oh I bet that was so fun to see your big puppy try and figure out what snow was.....
Beautiful fancy card, Jeanne. Love the hand cut berries on the beautiful layers. Yep Tracey is right you do have the best collection of dies!

Kim Heggins said...

Stunning card...and your fussy cutting is just perfect. Your embossed paper is just beautiful with you holly berries, and that red die just sets your card off, so beautiful.