Thursday, October 30, 2014

Golden Christmas

Good Thursday evening everyone!  I'm here tonight to share a card I *was* making for the Winter Wonderland challenge, but didn't get to link it up in time.  But I'll share it anyway:
I've always admired gold and white cards made by others, but this is the first one I've made.  I rather like it!  The image and sentiment both come from the Nativity Christmas set from Stampendous. It's a great set I bought at Michael's a few weeks ago.  I started with a 5.5 inch square card base, then layered gold shimmer paper, a corner punched white layer, a piece of sparkly and sheer wired ribbon, , then my image panel, mounted on a scrap of white that I embossed the edges of with the same powder as the image and sentiment.  I learned that from Jennifer McGuire!  Lemme show you a close up of the sparkle in the embossing powder:
Pretty, isn't it?  The photo still doesn't really do it justice.

Challenges I'm adding this to:
Holly Jolly:  BINGO/Tic Tac Toe  (I used the top row, ribbon, texture, glitter)
Completely Christmas:  Anything goes w/a twist; add a sentiment
That's all!  Thanks for stopping by...take care and hug your loved ones!  :)



  1. Thank you so much for entering our Completely Christmas challenge 35 with your lovely creation - we hope we'll see you again soon, Hazel, DT and thanks also for sharing this for CHNC challenge extra for October - we hope we'll see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

  2. So glad you joined us for our CHNC extra challenge this month with this wonderful creation!!
    Hope to see you back for our next challenge :)

  3. Simply beautiful card and thank you for taking the time to comment on my blog x

  4. What a beautiful card Marie. I love all that rich gold embossing and the image is lovely.

  5. This is really so pretty! Gold and white cards always look so elegant! Thanks for sharing with us at Holly Jolly!
    Tracey, DT



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