samedi 24 décembre 2022

Joyeux Noël

Hi everyone!
Let's go for the last challenge of this year at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown
This week we want you to use 

Brads and/or Eyelets

Although I have lots of eyelets, I opted for brads, which show up as stars on this card.

I used patterned paper as a background. The stars are attached to a die cut square and hang from silver threads. I also added a few tiny die cut stars to soften the black background. The sentiment is die cut from white glitter cardstock.

Have Fun with the challenge.

Merry Christmas to all of you!

Linked up with:
Cut It Up - Christmas Projects
Sweet Stampin' - Christmas Creations
Most Magical Time of the Year - Most Magical Florals
As You Like It - Anything Goes for Christmas
Krafty Chicks - All Occasions 
Winter Wonderland - Anything Christmas Goes

Dies: Squares (AVEC), sentiment (???)
Patterned paper, brads, thread, tiny stars,

7 commentaires:

  1. quel joli ciel, plein d'étoiles, j'aime beaucoup Rosi, biz

  2. Sehr schoen! Gutes Thema, all meine brads und eyelets sind schon nach dem Verfallsdatum, lach!

  3. Such a beautiful card. I love your stars and yes they stand out wonderfully on the card.

  4. Cute card, like your combination of pattern papers and the sentiment die.

    Thank you for joining us at Cut it Up for our Christmas challenge.


  5. It's a beautiful card Rosi, love the way you've used the brads- however we do need to see some stamping for it to be eligible as one of our Top picks at Sweet Stampin' Challenges, thanks for joining in.

  6. Such a fun card, I love the star brads! They are perfect and add so much to your card. Thanks for playing with us at the Krafty Chicks!

  7. So pretty, I love the stars. Thanks so much for joining us at the Ayli challenge.



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