Thursday, December 3, 2015

Making Spirits Bright

 

Hello there!  Are you in full Holiday mode? We are definitely!  So how about some inspiration to get you going?  The Pals Paper Arts have a festive color challenge for you this week.  Take a look at the colors, create something festive, and link it up for your chance to be a PALS pick!



So, apparently last challenge I didn't know that I used two of the three challenge colors for this week, however the addition of crumb cake lightens everything up.

The Home for Christmas DSP has a ton of Christmas colors, I picked out the real red pattern and went with it!  I wanted a border so I used the star thinlet from the mini treat bag thinlets.  I just cut once, moved the die to the last star and cut one more time for a longer piece.  Texture is always key, and the decorative dots TIEF is very festive.



I made my own ornament with the metallic foil doilies, gold buttons, and some bakers twine.  


The gold button could be substituted with a gold foil punched circle for easy mailing.  This is a good card for mailing and making a bunch of .  The colors are so crisp and clean!  I do hope you try your hand at creating with these colors this week, we would love to see what you come up with.  Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you were inspired, enjoy!

6 comments:

Linda Callahan said...

Beautiful! Love the gold doily!

Mary Fish said...

Beautiful, Sandie. That gold doily really speaks to me on this card!

Patti MacLeith said...

I love how you made this ornament and all of the textures, too!

Michelle Gleeson said...

Sandra you have a gift for layering tectures and patterns. I love the result.

Katy McGloin said...

Ohhhhhh, Sandie! I love this ornament presented so beautifully with the doily and button. The layers and textures make me want to reach into the computer to feel the card. Lovely card!

Lisa Ann Bernard said...

Beautiful card. I love the strip of stars. I bet I have a scrap that looks like that! Love the touch of gold too!

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