Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Unstamped Christmas

Hello.  Welcome.  There's a couple of challenges looking for no stamping, and I am so trying to use some of my stash, so tonight it's the turn of the stickers!!!!   I have lots of stickers!!!!  And it's christmas as well, cos I need to be making a few christmas cards a month.  So here we go, Memory Box Frosted Christmas tree with stickers embellishments.



I started with a white hammered card base and cut and embossed Memory Box Frosted Christmas Tree.  I used iridescent glitter glue, which has a pink sheen, to highlight the embossed areas.  I cut a pot from a scrap of black card and added a couple of strips of pink and cream paper tape.  


I found a couple of sheets of christmas stickers.  I added the fairy on the top of the tree and a teddy and a couple of presents at the bottom.  I cut a sentiment sticker in half and added it on either side of the tree.  Then I thought the pot was too dark so I added a poinsettia sticker on it. 

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Memory Box Challenge 46 - Pink and Red
Unstampabelles Challenge 86 - Simply Bright and Cheerful
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - No Stamps Allowed
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge 425



4 comments:

  1. Such a fun holiday card! Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge :)

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  2. Love it when you can use up the stash and scraps. Thank you for sharing this wonderful piece with us at Unstampabelles for our first challenge in 2019.

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  3. Great start to using up your stash. We all need to! Thanks for sharing with us at Unstampabelles.

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