Artisan Wednesday WOW!

I can hardly believe December is here already!!! My year has flown by WAY too fast, and I don't see the remainder of 2013 slowing down any. . . but, here we are, welcoming you all to another Artisan Wednesday WOW!

If I could freeze time, it would be this. . . relishing in all of the wonderful talent and inspiration that these ladies have to share. They are all so amazing, and I am honored and grateful to be on the team with them. Be sure to stop by all of their blogs and leave them a comment letting them know how they have inspired you. I want to take a minute to let all of you know how much I appreciate all of you stopping by, and all of the nice comments. . . after all, it is because of all of you that I continue to blog! That being said, I have a gift to give away to someone. . . this person has left many wonderful comments (not just on my blog, but on the other Artisan's Blogs as well), and I want her to know how much I appreciate each and every one of them! I don't know her personally, but I imagine that she is a very sweet, sincere, and thoughtful person. After all, she is sweet enough to take time out of her busy schedule to leave me a nice comment week after week. So, Wendie Waldman, contact me and let me know your address so I can get your gift sent out to you!

An now, onto this weeks projects!

I am so in love with the Envelope Liner Framelits. Envelope liners add such a quick step up to your envelopes. I also had fun creating a box with them as well!

I used A Banner Christmas stamp set for the card, which compliments the Season of Style DSP perfectly! Stay tuned later this month for a tutorial on the envelope liner gift box. . .

Now, let's head over In The Cat Cave and see what Cathy has to share, shall we?


Supplies used: A Banner Christmas stamp set; Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, and Soft Suede cardstock; Season of Style DSP; Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Crumb Cake, and Soft Suede ink pads; Note Card Envelopes; 3/4" Cherry Cobbler Chevron Ribbon; Vintage Faceted Button; Linen Thread; Envelope Liners Framelits.


  1. Oh Becky, I love this! Your layering is perfect!!

  2. Sweet way to incorporate chevrons for Christmas! The card reminds me of those sign posts pointing to various destinations, love it!

  3. I love the stripes on the card! Adorable.

  4. Wendie Waldman is the sweetest, and so is your project!!!
    Hugs, Di