Sunday last week the Featured Stamperon Splitcoast was Heather Prince. She is a very sweet fellow challenge chaser on SCS and a wonderful stampers. I picked this card of hers to case. I kept the colors, the Christmas theme and even the pink paper. I added sewing, switched the ribbon to a different spot and exchanged the main image shape to an oval.

For my main panel I cut an oval with Petite Oval Nestabilities out of Classic Cream Neenah cardstock. With the die still on I stamped the music background from the Crafty Secrets set Vintage Christmas in Antique Linen over it. Then I sponged the oval first with Antique Linen, then with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink. The sentiment is from the same set stamped in Walnut Stain Distress ink.

The oval was layered on Canyon Brown Neenah cardstock cut and embossed with Label 11 Nestabilities. A bow was tied with the Bow-Easy and Stampin’ Up! Espresso Ribbon and attached to the ovals with a Recollection Brad (Michaels). Scor-Tape was added the the lower edge on the backside of the oval. Crochet Trim was folded over it to add a ruffled edge.


The card base is a 4 3/4″ x 9 1/2″ piece of Neenah Classic Cream Cardstock folded in half. A 4 1/4″ square of the same cardstock was embossed with the Snowflake Impressabilities. I left the Impressabilities on and sponged Antique Linen Distress Ink all over it. The layer was stitched to a 4 7/16″ square of Canyon Brown cardstock.

The edges of a 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ piece of Very Merry October Afternoon Paper were sponged with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink and stitched to a 3/16″ bigger piece of Canyon Brown cardstock. Two 1 1/2″ x 3″ pieces of Good Cheer October Afternoon paper were stitched to Canyon Brown cardstock pieces cut with Long scallop Rectangle Nestabilities. The layers were adhered on top of each other. Latte and Champagne Kaisercraft pearls were added to finish off the card front.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day. Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

20 Responses to “Christmas Princess Style”

  1. Oh my gosh..Beate, this is STUNNING!!! The papers…colors…embellies…oh and that LACE! This might be might favorite card you’ve ever made!! I love it!!

  2. Oh My Beate! These colors are just gorgeous making this card look vintage! What a beautiful way to share your wonderful imagination with others 🙂

  3. Just gorgeous, Beate!

  4. Beautiful Beate!

  5. Your cards are always spectacular. I just love everything you do Beate!!!!!

  6. Gee…Can’t wait for the christmas season..Beautiful card as always

  7. Brilliant creation! This is such an elegant, classy card. I think I just found my design for Christmas. Sure hope it’s okay to CASE!

  8. I enjoy seeing your cards daily. They
    inspire me to try new techinques. I
    love your tutorials, I have mastered
    tealight cakes and am moving on to
    stamping on tissue to add onto candles.
    Thanks very much Beate!

  9. Beate, this is so pretty and feminine. An absolutley lovely card.

  10. Beate, this is STUNNING! Wow! You totally rock my friend!

  11. Love your card…it’s stunning!!

    Love Sheila xx

  12. You are such an inspiration! You always pay such close attention to all the little details, and this card is no exception! Gorgeous card, Beate! I love everything about it!!!

  13. I love your card!! It is Gorgeous Beate!!

  14. Love how you tucked in the pearls in just the right spots. The pink pearls are divine. Hugs, M

  15. Beatiful card, Beate! I love the sponged ink.

  16. so pretty! love the sweet color combination and your design is fab!!

  17. Gorgeous….gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Beata, you never cease to amaze me!

  18. Wunder…wunderschön liebe Beate, ich bin begeistert von Deinen Werken, diese Karte ist ein TRAUM, einfch genial !!!

    Liebe Grüße
    von Anke

  19. Another gorgeous card Beate! Love all the layers!

  20. such a pretty design and love the papers!

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