Friday, 13 October 2017

Nordic Jul

Hello.  Welcome.  One of Joy Clair's WCMD challenges was to CASE one of the DT.   So I had a little look around the blog and I found a lovely christmas card by Martha.  I didn't have the stamp she used but thought I could reproduce the effect using an embossing folder.  

I embossed my white panel with Sizzix Alpine Pattern ef and inked it with Festive Berries distress.  I stamped the Rubber Dance sentiment on red card and embossed with white powder.  The holly cluster was a free stamp from a magazine coloured with Promarkers and fussy cut. Here's the card I cased:


Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Joy Clair WCMD - CASE a Card
Promarker Challenge Week 416 - Embossing 
Simon Says Stamp - Happy World Card Making Day
Kaboks Utfordring 17 - Julekrt i Tradisjonelle Farger 
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge 354 

 

6 comments:

  1. Fabby looking card with lovely design. THanks for joining us over at PFP this week.
    Love n hugs
    MArie

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  2. Lovely card! thanks for joining us at Kaboks.
    DT Graciela

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  3. Great card and thanks for sharing at PFP this week good luck in the draw

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  4. Great CAS Christmas card, Gail. Love the embossed candy cane background and simple design. Thanks for playing along with us at Passion for Promarkers this week, Lisa x

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  5. Oh this is super, what a great festive make, Thanks for sharing with us on Passion or Promarkers this week, Hazel xx

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  6. Fantastic card Iona. I love the embossed background and your colouring on holly leaves is perfect. Great CAS design. Thanks for joining us at PFP this week. Hugs, Denise x

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