Hi there 🙂 It’s already Sunday, and time for my third inspiration piece for the current challenge at the Ching-Chou Kuik Facebook group. This month, our theme is Christmas…..as it’s getting very close, and hopefully your stacks of Christmas cards are getting bigger 🙂 I used the gorgeous image Northern Blessings, found in the Etsy store. After coloring her up in some non-traditional colors, I added white gel pen, and sparkle accents to her jewelry, wings and the snowflake.
I fussycut/die cut her out, and set it aside while I distressed the edges of the PERFECT print paper, and some Coredination paper. I layered everything up, tucking some die cut snowflakes, that I enhanced with glitter, to peek out from under the printed layer. I die cut the sentiment from gold glitter paper, then added a sparkly bow to balance the card out.
I would love to enter the following with this card:
Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – #412 Anything Christmas Goes
Craft Dee BowZ – November, ATG with a Handmade Bow
Aud Sentiments – #216 Ribbons & Bows and a Sentiment
Simon Wednesday – All That Glitters is Gold
The Crafty Addicts – #54 ATG/Make it Girly
A stunning card. Thanks for joining Aud Sentiments challenge. Elaine
Very pretty Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at the CHNC Christmas Weekly this week for our “Anything Goes, optional: “Something beginning with H” Challenge.
Love all the gold and glittery details on this card. The snowflake angel is a beauty! Thank you so much for joining us on Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge. xx Ankita
Such a sweet card! Lovely image. Thank you for joining us at The Crafty Addicts!
Stunning card. layout and coloring
love your color combination
thx for joining Aud Sentiments Challenge
hugs MiaPuh DT Aud Sentiments
What a beautiful card. Love that image and the card design and the designer papers work so well together. Thanks so much for entering your lovely card into our ‘Anything Goes with a Handmade Bow’ challenge at Craft-Dee BowZ this month. I look forward to seeing what you create for our next challenge. Hugs, Barbara