Thursday, November 20, 2014

Ornamental Pine in the Snow at Christmas with a How To Video!



Our house is surrounded by pines and growing up, we filled the outer edges of our grove with pine trees to make a kind of snow/wind block. We also have a cabin in WI sitting smack dab in the middle of a pine forest. I've got pine trees down! Here is my card celebrating pine trees in the snow at Christmas.This will be one of the cards my customers can select to make at next week's card buffet. If you aren't local, you can watch the how to video below I've provided you with all the steps you need to recreate this card - enjoy!! And, THANK YOU for stopping by my Stamping to Share blog today!! I appreciate you!



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12 comments:

Amanda said...

Gorgeous card Kay... Think the stamp set will be out again this weekend! Fingers crossed.....

Mary said...

What a beautiful card, thank you for sharing!

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you Amanda! I don't think I will ever get tired of this set. It will definitely never go into the sale bin, even after it's retired!! Glad you liked it!

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you, Mary! I love to share!! Stamp and share, stamp and share!!
Hugs -
Kay

Frenchie said...

Kay, you make the most beautiful cards , I enjoy and look forward to all your videos, and there so easy to follow,
Thank you so much,
Hugs Frenchie Hum ,

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you, Frenchie!! I truly appreciate the comment about my videos being easy to follow because sometimes when I am making them I feel like I am rather discombobulated! It's always a nice surprise to hear that it makes sense to someone! lol! Have a super day! Hugs! Kay

Jill Beck said...

Wow! This is a absolutely beautiful card! Thank you so much for sharing how you put it together, I love to learn how others craft their ideas :) I may have just changed my Christmas card idea again, lol!

Tracy Elsom said...

Hi Kay this is a beautiful card that inspired me to finally ink up the set that has been sitting on my shelf for far to long. I made a couple of slight changes to your design and have added a link to your video from my blog. http://www.stampinup.net/blog/2135247/entry/a_case_of_christmas_wishes

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you, Jill! And I wish you much luck on coming up with your Christmas card design!! I have to have several or I get bored making too many of the same one! Hugs -
Kay

Kay Kalthoff said...

Oooooh, Tracy!! GREAT job! Thanks for the link. I like your take!! Hugs -
Kay

Terstamper said...

Simple but WOW WOW WOW! Awesome instructions.

Ter ;)

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you, Ter!! You are so sweet to take the time to comment. Wow!! Hugs- kay