Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Soft Noel

   This weeks Christmas card is a simple one, time is precious this week as I prepare to teach with a friend on a scrapbook retreat this weekend.
   I have used a felt greeting cut out with a Sizzix die to qualify for 52 Christmas Card Throwdown and CraftyHazelnut's Christmas Challenge.  This greeting is stuck on to a piece of white card embossed with snowflakes which is then mounted on a background paper of snowflakes, this is Winter Wonderland's requirement this week.
   I have also used a punch to make glitter snowflakes which I have stuck on with a little Cosmic Shimmer PVA. Plus a few gems on the greeting to add sparkle.
   Inside the card I have used a small snowflake corner stamp and Distress Ink Salty Ocean, the greeting is a Funstamps stamp also in Salty Ocean.
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
52 Christmas Card Throwdown - Felt Embellishment
Winter Wonderland - Snowflakes


  1. Beautiful card - love all the texture - thanks for entering both of my CHNC challenges - hope to see you again soon. x

  2. WOW! simply fabulous. Love the chilly blue and white colour combo and your felt greeting is perfect for our challenge. Thanks for joining us at 52 CCT this week

    Louise xx

  3. This is beautiful! Loved it! Thanks for joining CHNC extra challenge this month.

  4. Rocky, this is GORGEOUS! I adore the wintry color scheme and your felt is fabulous adorned with it's jewels! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :)

  5. OMGosh Rocky it's fabulous! I love the blue and white combo and especially the rhinestones on the felt letters. Thanks for making the time to join us this week at 52CCT!

  6. Absolutely beautiful Rocky, love the wintery look of the soft blue, crisp white and snowflakes! The corner details inside the card and on the envelope are fab too!
    So nice to have you playing along with us at 52 {C}CT & I hope you join us again very soon! Ruth x

  7. I love your felt letters, your embossing and your adorable die-cut snowflakes!

  8. Oh, how clever! Love this "felty" greetings!!
    Rosi x


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