Welcome to July and another challenge at CraftyHazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra. We are a monthly challenge that accepts anything Christmas so please come and join us with your creations for the festive season.
I have used a digi stamp from our sponsors Bugaboo, called Scene It Ornament Brats. The image is printed on card suitable for alcohol markers, I have used Graph It markers as well as metallic Sharpies and Sparkling Gel pens, with a little white flock thrown in for good measure.
The image panel is cut out with a Spellbinder die, Labels Seventeen. Before removing the panel from the die I have used Distress Ink Bundled Sage to edge the image, if you do this with the die still on you get a neat little white border around your panel.
The gold layer is made by drawing around the outside of the die and then cutting around the shape by hand, I had to do this as the die used for the image was the largest one in the set. These two layers are stuck together flat before mounting them on foam pads on to a red card blank.
The greeting shape is the smallest die in the set and I have edged it with Sage again then added a peel off greeting as I don't have a stamp that small (yet!). This panel is also mounted on foam pads.
As it's now July there should be some new Christmas crafting items out there, so when you make something with them come and show us at CraftyHazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra, we would love to see them.
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:
Christmas Card Challenges - Anything Goes
The Glory Of Christmas - Gifts
Lovely design inspiration for CHNC challenge extra for July and thank you for entering this into the Glory of Christmas 'gifts' challenge too xReplyDelete
Thanks for playing with us at Christmas Card Challenges this week!ReplyDelete
Monica - CCC DT
Very cute! Love all the sparkle and shine on those ornaments.ReplyDelete
Lovely card. Thank you for joining the challenge at The Glory of Christmas. Hope to see you again next time.ReplyDelete
Great card, Rocky - love the way you've used the Distress Ink on your layer.ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at The Glory of Christmas Challenge