Monday, September 17, 2012

Merry Monday Evergreen

It's time for Merry Monday again.  Can you believe how fast Christmas is approaching?


I just realized that I forgot a piece from this sketch.  Oops.


The rest of the Design Team is right on target.  Take a look.




I hope you'll join us at Merry Monday this week.  Besides getting a jump on your Christmas cards, you have a chance at being a Guest Designer.

I'm also taking this over to Shopping Our Stash Weekly Challenge.  This week's challenge is 3-2-1.  These counting challenges always make me hyperventilate!  But when I take a deep breath, I can see the count in a card. I have 3 colors of cardstock, 2 stamps and 1 ribbon.  The ribbon by the way is the last piece of paper ribbon left over from my angel making days.  That was so long ago!

All supplies are Stampin' Up!  unless otherwise noted

Card Recipe
Stamps:  Evergreen
Ink:  River Rock, Early Espresso
Paper:  River Rock, Early Espresso, Whisper White
Other:  Labels Collection Framelits, Square Lattice EF, Paper Ribbon (non SU)

Glad you could stop by.  Let me know so I'll know it's OK to return the visit.

Enjoy!

18 comments:

Benzi said...

it's beautiful, Bonnie. I love the Silent Night Evergreen. Now, I'm singing. LOL

You sure won't have to worry as Christmas approaches. You've been so smart to get all these cards made this year.

Cynthia said...

I totally love that tree! Gorgeous card!!!

Wendy said...

Such a pretty holiday card, Bonnie! Love the color of this and your pretty diecut with the tree image! Love this! :)

jimlynn said...

Beautiful and SO elegant looking with all that gold! Love the way you framed out the tree too. AND you used my favorite embossing folder! So glad you joined us at Shopping our Stash this week!
Lynn

Terry said...

Pretty card, Bonnie! I may have to CASE this for an upcoming class. :-)

Terry (FD)

LeAnne said...

I just love this! This set is on my wish list...as are so many others! Beautiful!

Barb Archut said...

I love the colors in this card. Very elegant.

Glimpses of My Heart said...

Bonnie - This is beautiful! The die you used for the image is perfect and I love your interpretation of the sketch! No need to hyperventilate! You rocked our challenge! Thanks for playing at Shopping Our Stash this week!
Blessings,
Michelle

Lesley said...

Beautiful work Bonnie and the sentiment is not mandatory...your card is so pretty in the monochromatic colours.

Aileen said...

Hi Bonnie. I love the Silent Night verse set over the tree. Very chic with the framelit frame too. I must get organised and join in and start making some more xmas cards. x

Faith A said...

Missed piece or no, it's beautiful, love the colour combo

Melissa said...

A great card Bonnie, I love the colours and the stamp set just lovely. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment, it was lovely to receive it. Have a good week :)

Karen Aicken said...

Bonnie, your card is just lovely! That touch of black just makes everything POP.
Cheers, Karen

Darnell J Knauss said...

I DO remember live operators! We had the regional center in our tiny town with TWO operators in a building smaller than my Playhouse. My foster mother's aunt was one of the operators who worked there. OMG, what a treat one time to be allowed to touch the board!! Thanks for that memory. Since I may forget to do it, feel free to pick up where my post left off ... like playing "telephone!" Fun!

Darnell J Knauss said...

P.S. (Sorry, I thought I was here yesterday and left a comment!)

I love your card and it's lovely gold tree matching the background. It looks very rich!

Notes by Nina said...

This is such a beautiful card Bonnie. I love that tree and the colour combination you used is perfect.

Carol L said...

I've never seen this tree stamp before with the coordinating text, but it sure is stunning! Your card is just gorgeous!

Annette S said...

Bonnie, yet another elegant card. I love the monochromatic look.