Friday, 4 September 2015

Happy little Stamper Christmas Challenge September






Hello everyone it's time for the Christmas Challenge at Happy little Stampers


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This was a real challenge for me, I don't normaly make cards with Holly so had to think long and hard about what I was going to create. I had several failed attempts that went in the bin, before I finally came up with this.
I have used a stamp from woodware that I have had for ages,  I stamped onto some buff card and then coloured the leaves with pro markers, I added some pearls for the berries, the gold dots are actualy heat embossed but they really do not show very well.
The sentiment is from Pink Petticoat.


11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous CAS creation Gail. Carol x

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  2. Love the use of kraft as your base! great card!

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  3. I love the softness of this card. The rounded edges of the central panel, mean that the card is so feminine.They look beautiful holly berries with beads. Beautiful Christmas card.
    hugs,
    BozenA

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  4. So pretty Gail. Love this pretty holly branch. The pearls add lots of dimension and shine. xx

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  5. This is stunnning, Gail! I love the colored holly on the buff card! Great layout too!

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  6. Love this color combo on the CAS look of your card. The burst of color from the holly sprig shows up brilliantly against the neutral background, and the holly berries really pop. Love the graduated sizes of the berries too. TFS

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  7. I love the kraft on kraft look Gail and your holly makes such a great focal point. So stylish!
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  8. I LOVE your colour combo. The holly is gorgeous on the kraft. Wonderful design, Gail! xx

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  9. A great holly card Gail! I have only this year acquired some holly sets, so I've played along too. It seems we had similar ideas about the berries ;-)

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Hugs

Gail xx