Monday, November 8, 2021

Bringing Home the Tree

 That is what I am calling it. The real name is "Truckin' Santa Paws", the new digital stamp of the month from Imagine That Digistamp. Enlarge the picture to see those cute critters loading up their tree for the trip home.

I used the colorized version of the digistamp and sized it at about 2 1/2 ". That image is then cut to 3' x 2" and backed with a gray which matches the truck. The SU Garden Green background paper is embossed with a forest of trees, an SU E/F. I lightly sponged on some white to look like snow on the trees. The word dies are in a box of several word dies that I didn't label. They are cut from silver sparkle paper and layered with a couple of black layers. The snowflakes a Martha Stewart punch in the same silver sparkle paper.

Inside greeting is an SU stamp. After stamping, I used the same E/F. You may need to enlarge to see that. With the textured paper, it might be hard to do a signature on this half but I can always use the top half to write a little note and sign.

Here is a view of the complete digistamp set which comes with some cute sayings.

I chose to change up the sentiment so I could enter the word week challenge at Just Us Girls


  1. I think Bringing Home the Tree sounds perfect! Pretty image and love how you added the greeting. Thanks for joining us this week at Just Us Girls and take care!

  2. Oooh I love the trees on the background and your sentiment! Such a pretty card with or without the image 🥰

  3. Super card! That image is so cute, and using the colorized one makes for quick card-making. I think I need to find some images like that to speed up my own process. You did a fabulous job on this card with all the embossing and sparkly details. Love visiting your blog for some inspiration.

  4. Those pups look like they're having a fun time, Donna. I love the green embossed background. Thanks for sharing your card with us at Just Us Girls.

  5. Very cute - love your silvery background.

    Thanks for joining us for our Digi of the Month Challenge on the Imagine That Digistamp Blog.

    Helen x