Paper Garden Projects - Christmas Foliage

Friday, November 19, 2010

Paper Garden Projects have some gorgeous new digital stamps - Christmas Foliage Digital Stamp Set. I just love the realistic style of these digital stamps and there are some really lovely sentiments in this set too! I used the Holly digital stamp and Be Jolly Text.

I teamed up the digital stamps with some lovely digital papers. The beige scroll pattern paper is from the Retrospect 365 Paper Pack by Quirky Twerp at The Digichick. The gorgeous holly print paper is from Noel - A Vintage Christmas Paper Pack by MKC at The Digichick. I also printed the holly digital image from Paper Garden Projects onto some green patterned paper from the Noel paper pack. The sentiment I printed onto some music sheet paper also from the Noel paper pack. I used some Garnet Creative Inspirations Paint to color the berries on the holly.

I distressed all the edges with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Antique Linen. I also added a little stitching on the sewing machine.

Do pop over to the Paper Garden Projects Store, they have a sale on at the moment (23% off!!), that includes the Christmas Foliage Digital Stamp Set I used here. Enjoy the rest of your day!


Card/Paper: Cream card, Noel - A Vintage Christmas Paper Pack by MKC from the Digichick, Retrospect 365 Paper Pack by Quirky Twerp from the Digichick.
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Antique Linen
Stamps: Christmas Foliage Digital Stamp Set from Paper Garden Projects
Other: Sewing machine, foam pads, twine, Garnet Creative Inspirations Paint, cream satin ribbon, lace, button.


  1. This is beautiful, Clare! Love your coloring, papers and layout - great card!

  2. a beautiful card, and love that holly, just gorgeous!

  3. This is really beautiful Clare. Its just full of vintage-y goodness!

  4. You just sold this set to me ... can't wait to use it ... your card is gorgeous!!

  5. Love the vintage look and feel! The papers you chose are so perfect and the lace is awesome! Beautiful card!


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