- A6 white card stock
- Crafts Too embossing folder called 'Swirl Frame' - perfect for Christmas cards as it has some little stars in the design
- sentiment from a 'Personal Impressions set called 'Many Greetings', designed by Kirsty Wiseman
- schparkly holly embellishments from a Paper Studio pack, bought in Hobby Lobby whilst shopping with the lovely Kay in New Mexico in September - it seems a lifetime ago but only yesterday if that makes sense :(
This card is for the current Less Is More challenge which is 'Glamour and Glitz' - it's got the glitz for sure! But I fiddled with the self adhesive embellishments for a while, I really wanted them in a line but it just didn't look right as they aren't equally sided. Hint, if playing round for placement of self-adhesive embellishments, it's useful to use a piece of acetate as I do so you can sit it over a card to see what the end result will look like without actually sticking onto the card - OCD at work again!
Snort, we could do with an OCD house cleaning fairy here right now - the dining room is piled high with school newsletter stuff, envelopes and umpteen boxes of printed newsletters that I collected today, all glaring at me and saying 'Just get ON with it woman' :(
I have seen those schparkly bits at Michaels etc and wondered where i would use them...now I know. this is a great card...simple but sparkly!ReplyDelete
You have used those twinkly bits really imaginatively Di!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Lovely, so elegant.ReplyDelete
I could do with some "so fast I meet myself coming back" creations happening here.
Lots of white and sparkle .. .. my idea of a Christmas card (and also the view out of our windows this morning).
Have a good day.
Love Jules xx
That card is just perfect Di. It really is right that less is more ins't it? Well done you.ReplyDelete
ps good luck with the news letters....I've done my ironing :-)
Beautiful Di, simple design but with a BIG impact.ReplyDelete
Looks fab DiReplyDelete
Love this Di, so simple, but sooooo beautiful.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great weekend.
fab little card diReplyDelete
thanks for joining us
Jen x "Less Is More"
Lovely and glitzy and oh so CAS . . . fabulous dahling!ReplyDelete
Now get stuffing . . . . SNORTING and SNIGGERING here! Full of useful advice aren't I? LOL! xxx Ouch! That HURT! xxx
A great card Di. I've also got this embossing folder and have usually cut out the middle and used it as a frame, but I love your glitz on the middle - must give that a try!ReplyDelete
Really like this CAS with glitz card.ReplyDelete
Well you fiddled until you got those pretty stones perfect, Di! It looks like holly! Love this card!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness! This is a lovely card. Love the glitter bits on the icy white,perfect background for the merry reds & greens. Inspired idea to use the rhinestones like this. TFS. HugsReplyDelete
OOOOo! Such a delicate and pretty card here Miss. Don't envy you with your stuffing job! Never mind - good practice for the 25th though the turkey will have a bigger cavity than an envelope!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Di and as always your creations are perfect for the challenges you enter xxReplyDelete
Well I really can't get over you, not physically by the way, for someone who avoided the LIM like the plague, you come up with some stunnersReplyDelete
Stunning! xx MaggieReplyDelete
This is one where I am thinking "I wish I'd thought of this". You couldn't get any simplet and yet it is absolutely beautiful. I love that embossing folder.ReplyDelete
Hugs Sue Pxxx
Love the sparkly bits and of course the embossed frame is terrific. Hope the onerous newsletter is now dealt with and out of your dining room by now :) Elizabeth xxReplyDelete
Just a stunner, this. Love the sparkly holly and berries. The frame looks lovely. Very creative.ReplyDelete