And I went with a very sparkly, but quite elegant card. As always I tried to keep my card CAS, which is not only my personal style but also what the AAA team are looking for.
I originally wanted to stamp my image directly onto the dark blue pearlescent card and then heat emboss it to make it sparkle. Well that sort of worked, but only if the light was shining directly onto the card. So back to the drawing board and I stamped onto a white card panel which I matted onto that blue card.
I then coloured the baubles with pro markers and added sparkly dots using liquid pearls dusted with glamour dust. I combined sentiment stamps from two different sets and my card was done - and much more striking than my bin job!
Stamps: Inky Doodles, Hang In There; SU, endless Wishes; Uniko Studio, All Occasion Sentiments #4
Ink: SU, night of navy
Promarkers: blue pearl, cobalt blue, indigo blue, china blue
Embellishments: Liquid Pearls, white opal;Deco Art, glamour dust
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Hi sweetie-I love the way your card came out! I've had many "back to the drawing board moments". I hope you are having fun with your family as you prepare for the holidays. Big hugs, VictoriaReplyDelete
What a fun card! Love the dots that you've added to those cute ornaments!ReplyDelete
Jane, your card is so merry and bright and handsome!ReplyDelete
LOVE the combo for your MC - Looks fabulous!ReplyDelete
cute star and the white dots there Jane (liquid pearls) and cute other christmas element tooReplyDelete
agree with Angela it is merry and bright and great for manly card with that color combo...
hope you like to see my last post Jane...
if you dont have cuttlebug machine (I think you have) you can do light box like I showed on my last post..
Very pretty! I love the way the design pops out on the dark base!ReplyDelete