Good morning, and thanks for stopping to visit. This was a 'get up early' morning for us, as DH & I both had a dermatology appointment. Have I ever mentioned, I don't "DO" early? So once this post is done, I'll change clothes, and hit the recliner for a little snooze until time to get my haircut this afternoon. I'm pleased with the results on this card for many reaons. First, I like Northwoods rubber stamps; second, I LOVE cardinals. This one is called Cardinal and Birdhouse in White Pine, and is a rather large stamp. It was quite easy to color too. Of course it's colored with my favorite copics, and I punched the red bow from a Fiskars punch purchased at a Hobby Lobby Christmas sale last month. The punch was on plain white paper, so I colored it with copics and added some gel pen highlites. The image was diecut with the Memory Box Debutante frame, mounted on red lightweight Bazzill. I had ink on my fingers when adhering the diecut to cardbase, so I added the red rhinestones. A boo-boo turned out to be a good thing, because I think the added trim improved the overall look! This is intended for the DH's Christmas card unless I have time to do another Cardinal stamp that I have. He'll like this. We enjoy watching the cardinals at our bird feeder. Such beautifully bright birds, but not always very polite to the other little birdies. Have a Blessed Day.