When I saw Loll's watercolor holly card, it made me think of
a piece I had in my UFO box. So another UFO finds a home.
I had stamped the small holly from the Hero Arts Happy Holly Days set,
heat embossed with white, and did a loose, wet on wet watercolor.
One of the holly bunches didn't look so good.
A circle die took care of that.
I embossed a larger circle with a Hero Arts Infinity Die
and adhered the design to it.
Since most of the work was done, this was pretty quick.
Choosing the twine took longer than anything else!
I'm joining in at
where Mo and friends host an
ANYTHING GOES FOR CHRISTMAS challenge
every month on the 25th thru the end of the month.
A great way to build that stash of Christmas cards.
Our oldest daughter, Jenny is on a mission trip in Zambia.
Actually I think the children at the Agape Village Orphanage are
ministering to her! She is writing about their time together on
the Agape Village Blog. Today's post made me cry....tears of joy.
God is good!
Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Happy Holly Days (HA), Handy Christmas Greetings (Amy R)
Ink: Whisper White, Garden Green, Real Red Marker, Handsome Hunter (SU)
Paper: Neena, Mixed Media, Garden Green (SU)
Other: Water Brush, Infinity Circles Dies (HA), Baker's Twine (Darice)