Monday, 17 November 2008

Christmas tree - stepped up

This is a more detailed version of Thursday’s card. It uses the same masking technique but has the addition of a background stamp on the top four fifths of the Bordering Blue panel. I also trimmed the front of the card short, so that I could add a strip of Night of Navy and a scalloped edge of Real Red.

This card, too, has glitter on the tree branches, but I don’t know if you can see it in the photo. If you click on it, it should give you a larger view but I'm not making any promises! 

Stamps: Lovely as a Tree, En Francais
Cardstock: Bordering Blue, Night of Navy, Real Red, Whisper White
Ink: Night of Navy, Bordering Blue
Accessories: Stampin’ Pastels, Stampin’ Glitter, Red Gingham ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch

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9 comments:

  1. Wow i love your blog and you are really helping me decide what i need lol. This card is lovely :)
    Hugs Sonia x

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  2. Ooh, this is so pretty Helen!

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  3. I love the way you created the moon. I also like the colors together. Great job.

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  4. This Christmas tree is soooo beautiful! Love it!

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  5. Way to step it up a notch - love this version! CC

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  6. one of my all time favorite stamps and you did a wonderful job with it! Beautiful work!

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