Wednesday, October 27, 2010

JustRite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop 8

Welcome to JustRite Stampers’ newest Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops 8! Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving some of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps! And don’t forget that JustRite has some Christmas stamps in their newly released CLING line of stamp sets -- you can find them HERE. This week, the designers joining the JustRite design team are the Flower Soft and The Shabby Tea Room challenge blog design teams! So mark your calendars for Wednesdays at 9am Central for great Christmas gift, card & project ideas, starting at the JustRite Inspiration blog!

DP's used are from Jillibean Soup - Christmas Chestnut Soup line - aren't they adorable? My card measures approximately 5.5(h)x4(w) and has several layers that have been machine stitched and inked. The first layer is my plain cardtock from PTI; second layer is my DP that has been machine stitched with a straight stitch and inked. The heart was traced from a chipboard heart that I had, and adhered with gluedots. I then added my twine (PTI) and topped it off with a button from PTI. Now for my sentiment.....stamps used are from JustRite - Hearts Come Home 2" Square. The first layer I stamped in Dark Chocolate(PTI) and colored in the festive lights with R29 Lipstick Red Copic Marker adding just a touch of Barbara Trombley's Art Glitter 86. Angel Dust. The next layer is just a square of DP and the top layer is the sentiment handstamped in Pure Poppy (PTI). The final touch......more buttons and twine (PTI).

Please visit these designers’ blogs to see what fabulous JustRite Christmas inspiration they have for you on the hop today! Thanks for hopping along! :)

JustRite Inspiration Blog -

JustRite Design Team:
Sharon Harnist -
Angela Barkhouse -
Sankari Wegman -
Stephanie Kraft -
Kazan Clark -
Michele Kovack -
Kellie Fortin -
Barb Schram -
Debbie Olson -
Becca Feeken -
Heidi Blankenship -

Flower Soft Design Team:
Jeanne Streiff -
Debbie Seyer -
Gini Cagle -
Linda Beeson -
Deb Felts -
Cibele Glazer -
Vicki Garrett -
Dina Kowal -

The Shabby Tea Room Design Team:
Debbie Marcinkiewicz -
Nicole Segnere -
Clare Buswell -
Pattie Goldman -
Lisa Golzbein -


  1. Absolutely wonderful holiday card! That giant heart is yummy and all those adorable little snow people in the background are so FUN :)

  2. Your card is absolutley AMAZING! Love the heart, the DP , the EVERYTHING!!!!! Having fun hopping with you today,


  3. Lovely vintage Christmas card, Cathy!

  4. Such a great card! From the polka dot heart to the snowpeople paper to the button detail! It's perfect!

  5. What a great holiday card, there's a lot of LOVE in this one, that's for sure! Ira

  6. Wonderful card. Love the snowmen in the background. Very cute.

  7. So very sweet! Love the DP. It was so much fun hopping with you all today!

  8. What a great card - very cool!

  9. Love this, Cathy! Fabulous combination of papers and shapes that are so very perfect with this sentiment! Adorable!

  10. I love your card! It's so different. Love the shabby vintage style.
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

  11. Very cute! Love the rustic looking snowman paper.
    I bet it took you forever to put all those links in this post. :)

  12. Very cute Christmas card! Love the heart and the snowman paper. Great vintage look!

  13. Beautiful card, Cathy -- thanks so much for hopping with us!

  14. Just gorgeous, love the layout and twine!

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