Well I did some playing yesterday. I made 2 cards and a scrapbook page. One card is for my Christmas club next month so all 3 cards are completed. The other card is for a design team commitment later this week. The scrapbook page was inspired by a card sketch and when I saw it I knew exactly what I wanted to do.
This month we decided to do a color challenge.
These colors can create some beautiful cards. You could use them for New Year's, Christmas, or winter. I decided to use the colors to make a nontraditional Christmas card.
I decided to use the Twinkle Trees set and some Encore Silver ink to create a background which was added to a Tempting Turquoise card base. The dots and swirls were stamped for the panel. I used the star stamp to add the star at the top of the swirls. This panel was mounted to a piece of Tempting Turquoise. Dimensionals were added to the back and then it was placed on the right hand side of the card. A piece of Smoky Slate was cut and then stamped with the small star cluster using the same color ink. Using some silver glimmer paper I punched a star. I also cut a strip to layer. I added the silver at an angle behind the Smokey Slate and added it to my card. To finish it off I added the star on the right hand side on top of the strips. Here is my completed creation.
inside of card and envelope
Stampin' Up supplies used to create my card
Thanks for visiting me today. I am hoping to get my outside Christmas lights up today. Wish me luck! Have a Sensational Sunday and I will be sharing more Global Stampers projects later this week.