Hello 🙂 I stepped out of my comfort zone a bit with the colors of this card, made with the lovely Snowflake Angel by Ching-Chou Kuik. I chose soft pinks, greys, blues and golds to coordinate with the piece of pretty DP that I found in my stash, and colored her with my SN and Copic markers. I cut the image out…partly with a Nellie Snellen nesting die, and partly fussy cut. I matted the image with blue and gold, and layered it on the design paper which was also matted in gold. This was all positioned on a pretty, shimmery dusty pink background paper. I used an Echo Park snowflake die, a snowflake corner die (gotta look this one up, as I tossed the packaging and can’t remember!!), and a “Merry Christmas” script die (same thing as the corner…I got way too excited), and cut these out from a blue CS, then added some gold Stickles to the die cuts and the snowflake in the image. I finished off by adding some gold rhinestone embellishments. I love the look of this untraditional color scheme for Christmas!!
I’d like to enter this in the following challenges:
Crafty Addicts – #143 ATG Non-Traditional Christmas Colors
The Sketchy Challenges – #133 Christmas
Winter Wonderland – Anything Christmas Goes
Polkadoodles Crafting Challenge – Week 50 ATG
Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – #366 AT Christmas with optional things that start with S – I used snowflakes and sparkle
Super sweet card with a lovely image and colouring. Thanks for joining us over at the Winter Wonderland.
Love n hugs
Thanks for entering your lovely crafting for CHNC challenge 366 – hope to see you again soon x
Happy New Year 🙂
Thank you for sharing with us over here today at the Polkadoodles Challenge – Week 50 and best of luck with your entry.
This is absolutely gorgeous, Susan! I just love your colors and how you have the beautiful image perched on the layered ovals. The DP is perfect and the sparkly snowflakes just magical. Fabulous! xxD
Hi wow she is stunning adore your colouring and beautiful background . Thank you for joining us in The Sketchy Challenges 🙂