Hey everyone! Today is just a reminder that you still have time to whip up a one layer Christmas card to add to your stash and link up to One Layer Christmas Cards Challenge
. It's anything goes with an optional twist of glitter. So, make it with or without glitter but just make it! LOL. Okay, I can't quite make the drill sergeant work. But hey, you'll get another Christmas card done for your stash.
So, my card is once again in non-traditional colours. I stamped a variety of snowflakes (large one is an old foam stamp, medium one is Hero Arts and small one is Technique Tuesday) using my glue ink pad and on some I used brightly coloured flocking powder and the small snowflake was embossed with gold glitter embossing powder. The sentiment (STAMPlorations) was embossed with the same powder. The flocking powder really gives a cool texture and I like how the colours show up on the black card base. :-)
I'm going to link up to the following challenges:
- inspiration picture.
Virginia's View Challenge
- all things embossed.
Well, I hope you all have a lovely day and thanks for stopping by!
Love your vibrant snowflakes! Gorgeous card.ReplyDelete
The Embossing on black really pops ... love how you used the inspiration phot colors ... so very glad you joined us at Jingle Belles.ReplyDelete
Love those colors against the black, Kim! Gorgeous card!ReplyDelete
Love the colours on the black background and the flocking looks amazing.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! love those shimmery colors on black base :)ReplyDelete
what a beautiful, glittery holiday card, those colors are so dramatic against the dark background! even more impressive that you've done this with just ONE layer! thanks for joining our JINGLE BELLES fun! :)ReplyDelete
What a colors - would never think about using them for a Christmas card , but you made it happen!ReplyDelete