DT Everybody-Art-Challenge #298

28.10.2014

Good morning peeps,

today I can show you my very first Christmas card for this year which I created for the new Everybody-Art-Challenge with the theme «Stars/Crystals».


I used the «Christmas Sparkle» stamp set from Clearly Besotted Stamps and white heat embossed this gorgeous tree which is built out of stars and snowflakes. Then I sponged some Simon Says Stamp «Sea Glass» ink over the tree and also around the edges of my square. The beautiful scripty word «Merry» was cut out of silver foil with one die of the «Merry Christmas Die Collection», also by Clearly Besotted Stamps. The word «christmas» (SSS «Happy» stamp set) is heat embossed in silver («Super Fine Silver Detail Embossing Powder» by Ranger). I matted my square with a piece of grey cardstock («Smoky Slate» by Stampin' Up!) and adhered it with foam tape to my card base. Finally I added some SU rhinestones to get some sparkle.


Thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day!


Kommentare :

  1. Oh, deine Karte haut mich um! Wunder-wunderschön! ♥

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  2. Wow Anja this is so so so amazing. Love it. Gorgeous.

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  3. Hi Anja, bin wieder mal riesen Fan von deiner Karte. Das Merry aus silber ist wunderschön und das zarte blau passt einfach perfekt.
    Deine letzte Halloween Karte "same but different" ist übrigens auch der Burner.
    Lieber Gruss aus dem Wallis
    Melanie-Jane

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  4. Wunderschön!!! Danke fürs Mitmachen!
    LG
    Claudine

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  5. Oh, I love this one! My fave color and the card is so CAS pretty... :) Perfect!

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  6. Gorgeous! The inking over the stamping makes such a pretty halo around the tree. LOVE that silver foil die cut. Hugs!

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  7. Wunderschön! Ganz mein Geschmack was Farbe und die schlichte Gestaltung angeht.
    LG

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  8. Eine wunderschöne, elegante Karte ist das geworden. An dem zarten Farbenspiel kann ich mich gar nicht satt sehen!

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