samedi 9 mars 2019


Hello everyone!
The new challenge at 52Christmas Card Throwdown is a color challenge. This week we're asking for
Gold and White.

Not easy at all, to strike a good balance between Gold and White....

My first card is very simple. I cut out different sized triangles from gold patterned vellum leftovers and arranged them on the card. I added faux stitches along the edges and stamped the sentiment.

For the second card I chose gold glitter cardstock. I cut out a panel and placed a fir tree and stars using a stencil and textured paste. The second fir tree was made with the same stencil, but this time I used glue and gold powder. I cut it out and stuck it with foam pads.
The lower edge of the panel is a piece of embossed white paper. It's torn on one side to suggest a snow hill. I stamped snowflakes with gold pigmented ink on the base card and glued the die cut sentiment to the panel.

Have fun and golden!

Stamps: First card: Sentiment (SU); Second card: Snowflakes (SU)
Inks: Onyx Black (Versafine); Gold pigment ink (....)
Stencil: Fir tree and stars (Scrap Plaisir) 
Die: Joyeux Noël (Scrap Plaisir)
Textured paste, gold glitter cardstock, Quilting wheel (for the stitches), Vellum (SU)

2 commentaires:

  1. Je suis d'accord avec toi, l'or me paraît aussi difficile à doser mais ta carte est vraiment belle, biz

  2. Ui, schlicht und edel, ganz besonders die Erste!!!
    Bises Gundi


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