I made another Christmas card today! Woohoo! I've never had so many cards (two, to be exact) done this early in the year! I don't know what I'm going to do with myself! heehee!
This was for Susan's OLW challenge on her Simplicity blog to use outline stamps. My Little Layers II set was still sitting on my desk because I have some ideas for it that I still need to get on paper. When I was trying to decide what outline stamp to use for Susan's challenge, this card just popped into my head. It took all of about 3 minutes to make. And that is only because I had to use my SAMJ, to get both the image and sentiment perfectly centered. Pencil dots are perfect to use as a guide, then just erase the evidence. Just make sure you let the ink dry COMPLETELY before you erase. Don't ask me how I know!
(Thingy - is that even a word?)
Stamps - little layers II, PTI faux ribbon
Paper - GKD PL white
Ink - real red, old olive
Accessories - SAMJ, Sakura jelly roll pen
Edited to add:
Well, duh! When I went to link my submission to Susan's blog, I read that the other part of the challenge was to make a square card. So I just chopped the bottom off! Then I rounded the corners just because I wanted to do something different. The image would look better if it was up higher on the card a fraction of an inch, but it will have to do for now. If I make more of these (and don't think I won't - what a quick and easy card), I'll fix the image placement.