Happy Hanukkah!

I am so happy to report that we have heat again. Just in time for some cold temperatures and really cold winds. Now, if I could only get rid of the smell from their various tools and the newness — not the same as new car smell. 🙂

Today I have a really quick and simple Hanukkah card. It is a good thing the Festival of Lights goes for 8 nights because the card is still on my desk and I need to make two more.

In my head, I always associate blues with Hanukkah. I’m not really sure why, but it works well with the silver I also always associate it with. I stamped the menorah from There She Goes HSH Hanukkah Additions in Memento Tuxedo Black. For the candles, I colored the top part with my B00 Copic and then used my 0 blender and B29 to shade in the rest. I really like the result. The menorah was colored with C-1 and then painted with Silver Bells Shimmerz. Using a Labels 1 Nestie, I cut and embossed the menorah.

The blue paper is actually a heavy cover weight paper that is only one sided. It is really nice and sturdy. I stamped Happy Hanukkah and wrapped some silver Pure Luxury Cording right underneath to highlight the sentiment on the dark cardstock. Inside I stamped the smaller menorah in the bottom corner and the sentiment “May the warmth and glow of each candle you light, make your heart and home happy and Hanukkah bright.”

Happy Hanukkah CAS Style
Stamps: There She Goes HSH Hanukkah Additions
Paper: Staples White, blue cover weight paper, Select White (PTI)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
Copics: C-1, B29, YR07, B00, Y17, 0
Other Stuff: Pure Luxury Cording, Silver Bells Shimmerz

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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