On the left the two stockings are nudged up on top of the ribbon and mounted with dimensionals to give them the look of hanging from the ribbon. On the right, the stocking is on a dimensional on top of the ovals and then the oval is also on dimensionals. The dimensionals give just a little bit of added depth that gives that extra punch to the design. I also added rhinestones which are REALLY hard to photograph but I hope that you can see slightly glimmering in the pics :-)
I didn't want to use the cherry seam binding again and I was having trouble finding ribbon to match the stocking on the right but I found some Baroque Burgundy which I think is a close enough match to the DSP.
Also I have to confess that I keep cheap, white non-SU cardstock that I use for layering etc but I must have grabbed it accidentally (sometimes the scrap piles get mixed up) and stamped the stockings. They are not as crisp as the the reindeer in my previous post. It really does make a difference what cardstock you use!
Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!
Stamps: Stitched Stockings
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Frostwood Lodge DSP
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (pad & marker), Garden Green
Accessories: Stitched Stockings punch, circle and scalloped circle punches, cherry cobbler seam binding, baroque burgundy 5/8" grosgrain ribbon (ret), square lattice EF, dimensionals, sticky tape, rhinestones, glue stick