I just bought this stamp set from a•muse studio called holiday tags, and yes, it has small images and small text, but small isn't the same as too small.  It's how you use them that counts.
I stamped the gingerbread boy three times, and the sentiment once, and it is just as big a focal image as I could want on a card.  I used the same pink pen and a ruler to give a border effect.  I thought kraft cardstock would go well with the brown of the gingerbread, and I used glaze gellies to give a glossy look to the icing.  The strips of DP are really just the two sides of the same paper - I love double-sided paper!

Amusing Challenges - pink, green, and brown
Penny Black - Christmas
Stamptacular Sunday - less is more
Just some lines - two different coloring media
My Mum's craft shop - buttons

Juliet Arrighi


Jenn Borjeson said...

Cute!!! Thanks for joining us at Just Some Lines. :)

Sally said...

Lovely card, and your colour choices. Thanks for joining us at MMCS.
Sally. x

linda said...

the pink and green paper is so pretty, along with the pink button and the little gingerbreads are so cute! thank you so much for sharing your christmas card with us this month at penny black and more.

Suzie McFloozy said...

Very cute x
Thanks for playing along with us at MMCS this week & good luck x
((hugs)) Suzie xoxo

Vicky said...

cute card :) small stamps come in handy for small cards :) and gift tags

Anonymous said...

How adorable.Love your pretty colour choices and clever use of the stamp.Thanks for joining us at Just Some Lines.Hope to see you again next time :D
Lisa x

Tracy said...

Fab Entry, thanks for joining Penny black & More @ Allsorts challenge, Good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x