Monday 21 January 2019

Monday Moment

Well I thought I was all over Christmas, but the CAS Christmas Challenge has got me creating the beginnings of my 2019 stash.

Blue and silver - such a classic and beautiful combination!

I stamped onto dark blue card and heat embossed both the mistletoe and greeting in silver.  I added a little more colour to the bow and mistletoe berries and die cut a panel and a circular aperture. I popped the circle straight back into the hole and matted the whole panel onto a matching dark blue card base.

Stamps: CAS-ual Fridays, Mistletoe & Holly
Inks: Versamark + Ranger silver embossing powder
Dies: Lil'inker, stitched mats rectangles; MFT Die-namics, inside/out stitched circles
Pens: Copic, BV29, BV39

I'm so grateful that you had time to visit my blog today, huge thanks for looking.

And keep crafting!

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  1. Gorgeous card Jane! Lovely CAS design with the classic dark blue and silver. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas!

  2. Wow, what a stunning card, Jane! Jo x

  3. great CAS Card, the silver is perfect against the dark blue background. thanks for joining us at CAS Christmas :)

  4. What a beautiful card this is. I think you have enabled me to get that stamp set. I've looked at it time and time again and now, seeing your card, I have to have it! Love the sparkle of the mistletoe.

  5. Beautiful card, the blue and silver is so elegant. Thank you for sharing this at CAS Christmas!

  6. Wow! That silver embossed mistletoe on the dark blue is so striking and classy, Jane! Love, love, love it! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Christmas!

  7. Great card! Can't get enough of your CAS-style!

    I love to kiss my husband beneath mistletoes (ok, not only there...). Don't know if they are magical, but if not it doesn't matter, cause the kisses do their own magic... ;-)
    So I'm always look out for them outside when we go for a walk ;-)

    Hugs & greetings from Wiebke


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