Tuesday, 13 August 2019

Noel

Here is another contribution for the CAS Christmas Challenge, which this time is to use Glitter.


I made some embossing paste, but I think that the recipe could do with a little more glue in it than I used this time... the Gitter didn't adhere to it as much as it would have done to a commercially produced embossing paste. I guess I could just put some more glue in and see what happens. However, I don't mind the result.... in fact I was just pleased that the embossing paste worked out at all as it was the first time that I had tried making it!
I used a Sweet Poppy Stencil for the tree and a Sizzix die for the sentiment! As that is popped on dimensional pads like the tree I layered it to make it a little more robust.
Merry Little Christmas - Anything Goes
Just Us Girls - Circles

8 comments:

  1. I look forward to your posts..I enjoy each one. Your style is so marched to mine.

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  2. How lovely! I have a Christmas tree stamp that I've never known how to use, but seeing your card I've just had a lightbulb moment! Thanks for the inspiration - again, Jo x

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  3. This is so classy and elegant, Chrissie! Love that tree in the black and silver and how it sparkles! The stacked sentiment is gorgeous with it! Thanks so much for sharing with us again at CAS Christmas!

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  4. Beautiful and elegant tree with the colors and sparkle you used. Thank you for joining us at CAS Christmas

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  5. Beautiful card - I love the circle pattern on the tree! Thanks for linking us with JUGS this week!

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  6. Beautiful Chrissie, a wonderful elegant tree. I love it in sparkly black and white. Thanks for joining us at CAS Christmas :)

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  7. I can see the glitter in your embossing paste Christmas tree Chrissie! It looks beautiful. Love this design with the classic white and black. So beautiful and elegant. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas!

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Thank you so much for popping by, I appreciate your comments!
Thanks,
Chrissie