YES, I love it because it has a cowboy on it, but I also love it because it evokes a warm fuzzy feeling when you view it, whether it is colored or kept color free. Can't you just imagine the anticipation of this country family waiting for the 'perfect newly cut tree' to be pulled to the front door. The ornaments are out, popcorn has been strung......little hands are ready to decorate the tree. I bet there is a warm fire glowing in the hearth as well. A warm homey Christmas scene.
I want to just take a moment to thank the illustrator Lauren Pope for creating this lovely design and Flourishes for making it into a stamp.
After stamping this lovely image I used my Prisma color pencils - I heard that gasp just now, shock over my not using my oh so favorite Copic markers. I just felt the pencils would work better....I want to ink this up again and use my water colors. Using my Silhouette Cameo I cut an oval the size I needed in some designer paper and placed it over my image. To give it a little more pop I cut another oval out of some green card stock that I stamped over with a wood grain stamp - hard to see in this photo but it helped keep the green card stock from having that plain jane look, wood also seemed the right effect.
The inside was kept fairly simple with one of the many sentiments included in the set. Yes, it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here.........Thanks for stopping by.
Materials: Flourishes Country Time Christmas, Silhouette Cameo, Card stock, Versafine Ink, Prisma color pecils