I finished the card with some silver, light blue, and white jewels from the new Starry Sky Jewel Mix. I stamped the Decorative Ornaments on white cardstock with a natural color ink again and colored them with colored pencils.
This time I went more traditional with a gold background and red and green details. My gold colored pencil is metallic, so if you look at the card on an angle, it has a really gold sheen to it.
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My daughter asked me why I colored them brown, so I had to turn the card to show her they were gold! I used a white gel pen for details on the flowers and leaves and then topped each ornament with a topper from the Stitched Ornaments dies die-cut from gold cardstock. I lightly inked the center of a white card base with red ink and attached the ornaments on top of it.
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I die-cut the Pine Sprigs dies from green and gold cardstock and layered them along the top of the card so the ornaments look like they are hanging from a tree. I embossed the sentiment from the stamp set on the bottom of the card and finished it with some jewels from the new Holidays Jewels Mix. I hope you like them all as much as I do!
Thanks Paulina for another great release! I am going to make some cards like these.reicochamdara.tk
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Oh my goodness Suzy what gorgeous cards, the colours you used on the ornaments are amazing. I absolutely love these ornament stamps and the pine sprigs are awesome as well. Very well done! Gorgeous cards!
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I love how you colored the ornaments, especially the color palette on the first card. Such pretty designs on the ornaments too. The first card, with the silver leaves and silver sentiment, remind me of the aluminum-silver Christmas tree that we had when I was a kid.
Am I the only one who had one?? Anyway, great cards!
Suzy, both cards are beautiful, awesome, beautiful and awesome LOL they really are stunning. Thank you for sharing both cards and the amazing inspiration. I am so excited for this release. Robert Weir T. Boyd F. Worth Arthur Rackham J.
Leyendecker N. Ornaments Actually selecting a tree and decorating it for the Christmas season is a relatively recent holiday activity and has much of its origin in Europe. And the first printed reference to Christmas trees appeared in Germany in The Paradise tree later found its way into homes where they were often also adorned with small white wafers, and later, small pastries cut into stars, angels, hearts and flowers. The custom slowly spread throughout Germany and Europe. In fact, it is widely held that Martin Luther, the 16th century Protestant reformer, first added lighted candles to a tree.
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