Good Tuesday morning to all,
I hope you all had a good weekend, putting the weather aside, it has been bad. My flowers have been battered and they submitted to the battering and have all fallen over. Short of mouth to mouth I'm just keeping my fingers crossed they pick up.
Thank you all so much for your lovely messages regarding my results, I'm just so lucky to have such a lovely group of ladies on my blog.
This weeks card is another white on white, but a really quick one. I found by folding the fibre paper in half, it really did help with the cutting time . For next weeks card I will go out on a blaze of colour for my last Christmas card, or at least I think it will be the final Christmas card. Haven't heard what is on the cards for next month yet! Watch this space it could be Christmas again in September YAY!
Also I would like to share some more good news CE have offered me another contract to stay on the design team. Which if they still want me I am going to accept. Yet another piece of good news for me.
Here goes my penultimate Christmas card ?
I know some of the pictures are the same but, I have taken them in different light exposure to show how much it varies from overhead lighting to spot light lighting. It's quite difficult to do white on white photographs. Anyway enough techy talk, I hope you like this one too. Have a fab week one and all!X
Sue Wilson- Festive Collection- Snowflake corner, border & tag die
Sue Wilson- " " - Peeking snowflake, for the sentiment
Sue Wilson- " " - Snowflakes
Sue Wilson- " " - Holly sprays
Sue Wilson- " " - Classic poinsettia open petals
Sue Wilson- " " - Classic poinsettia
Couture Creations- Embossing folder- Swiss dots
Foundation- Coconut white card
Creative Expressions- Antique silver card
Creative Expressions- Snow fibre paper, for snowflakes and poinsettias
Creative Expressions- Glacier Ice.
First of all I did my usual matt and layer with the black silver and coconut white card , embossing the coconut white card with the Swiss dots EF . I then cut 2 borders and attached to either side of the card with dimensional tape.I cut several snowflakes and curved them for a more 3d effect and added them to the border. I then cut small snowflakes and covered them with the ice snow glitter and added them for the centre of all the snowflakes. I Then put sticky pads on the smaller matt and layer for added dimension. I Cut poinsettia's out in 2 sizes with the classic poinsettia die and several layers of the open petal poinsettia dies all with the fibre paper and arranged each to make a poinsettia flower. I cut some holly sprays and cut them to make them go further as foliage. Finally I cut the let it snow die and covered it with iced snow and attached to the card. Hope this makes sense, if not ask questions and I will reply to you.
Have a good week, same Time same Place next week. See you!!