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Hello and welcome to the Colour INKspiration #68 Crew Blog Hop!
This is a gorgeous colour combination and one of the prettiest for a Christmas card I think!
The beautiful colours for this challenge are Shaded Spruce, Blueberry Bushel, Pretty Peacock, Coastal Cabana and Silver Foil.
I used a Shaded Spruce Card base measuring 21cm x 14.8cm scored and folded in half.
I then cut a piece of Shimmery White Card Stock to measuring 14.4cm x 10cm.
I used an Aqua Painter to place some Coastal Cabana ink on the Shimmery White card stock to create a wash background.
I stamped each of the bells on Shimmery White card stock in Coastal Cabana, Shaded Spruce and Blueberry Bushel and used the Aqua Painter to colour each image in. I then cut them out with the coordinating die.
I cut a piece of the beautiful Silver Metallic Edge Ribbon and coloured it with my Dark Shaded Spruce Stampin' Blend. I wrapped this around the Shimmery White card layer and secured with glue at the back. I then glued this to the Shaded Spruce card base.
I popped the three little bells on the top of the Shimmery White card base using Dimensionals. I used the Silver Metallic Thread to make the bells look like they are hanging from the top of the card. I then adhered the Snowflake Sequins around the bells with glue.
I stamped the Sentiment on a piece of Shimmery White card stock in Pretty Peacock and cut this out using the Stitched Rectangle Dies and placed this over the ribbon adhering with Dimensionals.
Make sure you click on the next button below to visit Jacque Williams' blog post for this challenge.
Also make sure you stop by Cheryll Miller's Blog post as she is our Guest Designer for this challenge and we are so thrilled that she is able to join us!
Have a fantastic week!
I like the 3D look you've got happening with the bells, Leonie.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Jan xxDelete
So lovely Leonie! I can hear those bells tinkling ... I love bells at Christmas time!! xxxReplyDelete
Thank you Cheryll. I Think bells are lovely at Christmas too xxDelete
Gorgeous! A watercoloured background always looks so good. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much xxDelete
The bells are beautiful and the colouring is magnificent! Love everything about this!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Julia! I don't colour as much as I would like too xxDelete
This is a great blogReplyDelete