Despite the rubbish photo - the orange grosgrain ribbon is a perfect match :(
- 5" x 7" cream card stock
- background brayered using a Kaleidacolor Raised Rainbow ink pad called 'Desert Heat'
- Penny Black stamp - 'Christmas Text' - stamped using Versacolor Vintage Sepia
- layers of gold mirri card plus cream with the corners rounded using a rounder punch
- ribbon slots punched using MS ribbon threader punch and then orange grosgrain ribbon threaded through from stash
This is gorgeous. Love the colours you have worked with.
My brayer is sadly lacking attention too!
Pleased I am not the only due to step into panic mode with Christmas cards!!
I can hear my husband saying now "Well, you've only had all year!!" LOL!!!
Love Jules xx
That is such a lovely card and the background is beautifully done. You are obviously in the zone now with your brayer, so keep going.ReplyDelete
Lovely card, Di - beautiful brayering. I must admit I still pick my brayer up as though it was a grenade, but I'm beginning to get the hang of it now. Love the colours you've used and I believe you about the ribbon - and they say photographs can't lie :) Elizabeth xReplyDelete
Mummy bort a brayer larst munth. It also dubbles as a good massarger for a small Bear if rolld up an down my bak.ReplyDelete
I think B.T. Bear Esq has the right idea for brayers.ReplyDelete
That's it . . . I'm not talking to you anymore . . . you've managed to tame your brayer . . . but I just cannot tame mine (and I've really really tried). Really I have! xxx
Forgot to say . . . BEAUTIFUL warm and enticing Christmas card. LOVE it. xxxReplyDelete
Georgeous Di, fab colours for chrimbo.xxReplyDelete
The burnt orange colours here are sooo yum! Well done with the brayer, notoriously difficult to master , so I understand? Makes a great Xmas card...xxReplyDelete