I enjoy adding numbers to cards as focal points. Some numbers you can do are birthday ages, 31 for Halloween, 14 for Valentines, 17 if you're big into corned beef and beer, 4 to celebrate Independence Day, and 25 for Christmas.
Backed with the First Edition DSP, I really like how the Red Glimmer Paper "25" stands out on this card. A bit unusual for me I mixed ivory with white. I am not a fan of mixing neautrals, but in this case and a few others it works. A few days ago I had mentioned in a comment that I left on a blog how much I like red and blue as Christmas colors. They are so vibrant, fresh, and cool which is perfect for winter.
If you have been following my blog you will know that Shirley has been having a Winter Wednesday Blog Hop. This is the last week of the hop. So, take a journey and check out some fun holiday themed projects. And then you too can join the hop ;0)
1. Anything goes, Card, 3D project it just has to be Christmas. 2. Add badge to post with link back to Shirley's blog.
3. Has to be a new post.
4. Add the hop to your post. You can find the code at the bottom of my post.
All Supplies from Stampin' Up!
Stamps - Petite Pairs
Inks - Real Red & Basic Black Stampin' Write Markers
Papers - Ivory Naturals, Basic Black, Baja Breeze, & Very Vanilla Card Stocks, First Edition DSP, Red Glimmer Paper
Accessories - Simple Alphabet Numbers Bigz Dies, Itty Bitty Punch Pack, Dotted Scallop Ribbon Punch, Framed Tulips Embossing Folder, Winter Wishes Felt Accents, Blue Taffeta Ribbon, Basic Rhinestones, Gold Ultrafine Glitter
Happy Christmas craftin, Elizabeth