Hi everyone! I don’t know about where you are but it was anything but a silent night here! Rain, lightning and sounded like hail once. Drama all night! This snowy scene looks so peaceful and a silent night sounds wonderful! lol
We’re in for a rainy holiday weekend according to the weather stats. Hoping for a little dry Monday so we can have a birthday party!
My card today is using the new gorgeous Memory Box Country Church Frame die, die cut from silver metallic cardstock and some elements from other new Memory Box dies… I love mixing and matching and that little touch of red!
The little red bird is from the MB Delicate Pine Frame die (cut in red cardstock), the holly sprig is from the MB Elegant Holly Double Frame die, then I used the new MB Snowy Circle die in the background (ink blended with Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink).
The sentiment is from the new MB Typewrite Holiday Sentiments set and I heat embossed it with Ranger silver embossing powder on silver metallic cardstock.
The church and trees are two layers of Neenah Solar White 110# cardstock.
The card is 4 ½ inches square but would fit in an A6 or A7 envelope so you can mail with a regular postage stamp!
Linking to some challenges…
Watercooler Wednesday – anything goes
52 Christmas Card Throwdown – sketch
And my card was a winner! Thank you so much ladies!
Thanks for stopping by! I’ll be back tomorrow with two cards using a stamp set that Simon Says Stamp sent me to use for their STAMPtember release! It was a challenge coming up with cards because it was a sentiment stamp set they sent! So come on back! I need your encouragement! lol
Shopping links for the dies and supplies I used for this card and my card making in general… I appreciate it so much when you click through my links 😀 Thank you!
17 thoughts on “Memory Box Country Church Frame Card…”
Another lovely card like the holly frame die the church is a perfect match for the die the cardinal add a touch of colour. Peaceful.
beautiful card! I love how you put all of these different dies together to make such a serene and beautiful scene! 🙂 I love the berry branch and cardinal at the edge too, and the twine, both really add a lot. Hope you have a wonderful weekend! ❤
Your beautiful snowy white “Silent Night” is stunning! Love it! Awesome and classy work!
Oh, my word, what utterly gorgeous dies and a beautiful, peaceful scene you created! I’m in awe. How can a person not want it all? Love your snowy background and the little touch of red, the small size. Hope your weekend weather gets better. It sure is pretty here!
Stunning card, like how you framed your scene in black and your refined. No trouble commenting today, will keep you posted.
Absolutely beautiful and peaceful looking!
Absolutely gorgeous!! Another “WOW” card! Love this beautiful scene! More Dies for my wish list!
Such a pretty card! I love ‘looking’ at winter – just hate going out in it! Our little church looks quaint like this one, especially with snow falling!
Oh wow that is just gorgeous!
This is so incredibly gorgeous – and sp inspiring as always Pam!!!
Beautiful; Christmas card, loe all those dies and how the blue background pops. Thanks for joining in the fun at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.
This is just beautiful and peaceful as you say. It almost makes you long for winter but I’m still enjoying summer. Thanks for joining in at CCT
Oh this is awesome! What a gorgeous die! I love it….it just might make it’s way into my stash! LOL! 🙂
What a beautiful card. Thank you for taking part in our 52 Christmas Card Throwdown Challenge – Myrna DT
You made such a beautiful festive card. I like the way have you used our sketch :-))
Thanks for playing with us at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown and I hope to see you again next time, too.
Congratulations, we have chosen you as our winner at 52CCT and would like to invite you to be our guest designer. Please contact me if you would like to join in. Alison x