Glitter! Glitter and Christmas cards go together like bread and butter, in my opinion. :-). Once again I decided go non-traditional in my colour scheme but rather than going bright and bold I went with soft and monochromatic instead. And of course a touch of glitter. Check it out...
So I create my scene by masking off my rectangle and sponging on some black and grey inks on my grey card base. I stamped the branches stamp (Penny Black) in grey and then black. I added some more sponging of black ink in the bottom corner and a little bit of purple and blue sponging to the sky. I added some white on the branches to mimic snow with a white gel pen and then splattered some white paint all over. I removed the mask and made a silver glitter tape (Darice) frame by trimming my tape in narrow strips. Then I stamped my sentiment (STAMPlorations) in black. I love how this scene turned out. Like a misty, snowy night during the holidays. :-)
I hope you will all join us in this fun challenge. Please come visit the OLCCC blog and check out the awesome glittery projects by the other DT members too.
I'm going to link up to the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - anything goes
Thanks for visiting with me and I hope you have a lovely day!
Beautiful card; love all the glittery shine.ReplyDelete
I am so glad you are on that team, because your cards are always outstanding!!!! Swooning over that background of yours..............ReplyDelete
Ditto what Cornelia said! Wow this is just beautiful. I sure wish I had luck with using white gel pens! They NEVER and I do mean NEVER work for me! They dry out really good though~ReplyDelete
A beautiful serene scene! This is so gorgeous Kim!ReplyDelete
A fabulous card Kim, a lovely design and I love the monochrome.......a beautiful image and lovely with the glittering!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining us along with Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge,
Another amazing card Kim!! Absolutely gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!
Your card is totally delightful Kim, I love every detail.ReplyDelete
I mouth is wide open seeing this beauty... I can't seem to utter words to describe it :DReplyDelete