Merry Monday #133 {Rustic Christmas!}

Monday, November 3, 2014

Hi there! Today I am participating in this week's Merry Monday challenge: Rustic Christmas.

I started out with a cream card base and picked a few other colors of card stock and went from there. I cut the card stock down to varying sizes and layered them. I recently bought a wood grain embossing folder at Hobby Lobby so I used it to dry emboss the chocolate brown paper. I die cut a frame and a snowflake. On the frame I stamped my sentiment. I thought it went perfectly with the theme of being in the mountains in a cabin. I imagined being cuddled up in front of a warm fire watching the snow falling outside. On the snowflake I used chestnut embossing powder. Thank you for visiting my blog! Have a great day!

My Supplies:
Stamps: Hampton art snowflake and Christmas frame stamp/die sets
Dies: Hampton art snowflake and Christmas frame stamp/die sets
Paper: PTI Kraft, Fine Linen,  & Dark Chocolate, Recollections cream card stock
Ink: Memento Dew Drops Rich Cocoa


  1. I really like the rich chocolate brown with the wood grain embossing. Nice rustic card.

  2. Very pretty, Jenelle! Love the woodgrain background and the pretty snowflake! Very rustic! Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday! :)

  3. Wow! I've been scrolling through some of your past creations and you just have such a way with CAS cards! You have so much talent! As a girl who can't get away from a card unless it has twelve million layers (at least), I'd just like to say kudos! Thanks for the follow!

  4. Ah, a CAS card after my own heart! very rustic. would be a great male holiday card.

  5. Love this simple and rustic card!

  6. Fabulous CAS card Jenelle, I love the wood grain texture. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday this week.

  7. So fun, Jenelle! Love the great texture too!

  8. Very fun embossed background and design Jenelle.

    Hugs diane

  9. I know I already commented... but I wanted to thank you for leaving your kind comment on my grandma's tribute post. She was an amazing lady.


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