Sunday, December 20, 2015

Stamp Review Crew: Festival of Trees








You can make some amazingly beautiful cards from the set Festival of Trees.......and you can also make some very fun ones!  Perhaps I watched the Grinch too many times this week because there is a definite Whoville look about this card!  Can you tell I am ready for some Christmas fun? Christmas fun officially started today around here with a family dinner - my birthday! (I am eating my second piece of birthday cake as I type!) Next up is a bit of last minute shopping and cookie making before Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.   And then I am accompanying these three characters to Disney World over New Year's!  I am a lucky gal!



Hmmm I may have gotten some inspiration from this photo as well!  I hope you enjoy the Stamp Review Crew's Festival of Trees Hop!  Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season!




If you are on track you have just seen Rochelle Blok's wonderful work!  I am the end of the line but if you missed the beginning click on "Next Blog" - you don't want to miss Bronwyn Eastley's amazing creations!







25 comments:

Julia Aston said...

I just LOVE the pink and aqua colors - what a fun little hillside village you created - wonderful glow at the top of each tree! Have a great time at Disney - my sister just went with her 2 daughters and their families (4 kids under 5!) and had a WONDERFUL time! Julia xx

LeAnne said...

LOL, I was just thinking before I read your post and had only seen the photo, how much this reminded me of that little village in the Grinch movie! VERY cute! Hope you had a great birthday and enjoy that fun time at Disney!!!

Dawn Tidd said...

Love this, Linda! What a great use of Festival of Trees. The pink and aqua are so fun, funky and festive. I'm sure everyone will be tickled "pink" at Disney!

Brian King said...

Adorable card! Beautiful family! Happy birthday!

Betty said...

What a happy card! Perfect combo of pink and polka dots!

Nancy Smith said...

Love your Whoville look - my goal is to someday have a pink and green Seuss tree! Have a fantastic time at Disney! Wish you could come a little further south for visit. :-)

stampwithamyk said...

That's an awesome card! It does look just like Whoville!! :) Have a blast at Disney, be sure to tell your granddaughter about what we allow kids to do down here as you're passing through/over Georgia...can't wait to hear her response! ;) Hope that you had a wonderful birthday!

Rochelle Blok said...

Fantastic card Linda! Love the quirky, fun and funky look and the aqua and pink colours are gorgeous. Have a fabulous Christmas and enjoy your trip to Disney! Rochelle xo

Judi said...

Happy Birthday Linda! Love your card...and your blog😊. Have a wonderful time down here...bring a sweatshirt, we FINALLY had a cool day...even made oatmeal. Xoxo.

Robin Myren said...

Linda, I love the colors you have chosen for your card today! Enjoy your time in Disney!

Heidi Baks said...

I immediately thought Whoville... did your g-daughter love it??

Tanya Boser said...

Oh, this is an adorable little village, Whoville or not! And what a great place to find your inspiration ;)

Pam Sparks said...

I love this Linda! Fabulous, festive scene creating! Merry Christmas!

Jess said...

What a fun card Linda. Love the colours you've chosen! Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas!

Karren said...

This is such a fun card, Linda! Love those pink trees :) And the photo is gorgeous! I'm sure you'll have a fun time on holiday.

Adriana Benitez said...

Such a fun and happy look! Love the color combo and fresh feel of them combined with the polka dots :)
I hope you had a fun birthday and that you and your family enjoy your time at WDW. It's going to warm down here; don't forget the sunscreen :)

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Oh my, this card is just so pretty. Love your choice of colours and the layout is super cute.

WebDeb said...

Belated birthday wishes! I am crazy about this color combination and the fresh take on this set and the Sleigh Ride Edgelits! Super mod!

Anita in France said...

What a gorgeous colour palette you chose for your sweet wintery scene, Linda ... so wonderfully cute and contemporary! Anita :)

Greta said...

Beautifully crafted scene--love this card! Enjoy your fun, family trip & belated Happy Birthday!

Mona Pendleton said...

So pretty Linda! Love the little scene that you created! Happy new year!

HolyLise said...

That's such a beautiful card! Amazing!

Narelle Farrugia said...

Oh I love this and especially those wonderful colours!

Layne Bushell said...

what tool did you use to get the "stitching" look on the snowbanks?

Linda Callahan said...

Hi Layne.....the stitched borders are from a set of die cuts I purchase from Simon Says Stamps.