Sunday, 1 October 2017

Happy Christmas

It's time for a new challenge at Christmas Cards All Year Round and this month we want to see 'Monochromatic Brown Shades'. I'm entering the Alphabet Challenge 'O for Oval', Allsorts 'Sentiment in Focus', The Merry Christmas Challenge 'Anything Goes + Christmas' and the Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge 'Anything Goes'.


Card blank: 7" x 5" white matt
Dies: Creative Expressions 'Contemporary Happy Christmas', Spellbinders Nestabilities 'Classic Ovals Large' and 'Lacey Ovals'
Punch: Woodware regular snowflake
Card: Dark brown and white matt
Paper: Lili of the Valley 'Krafty Christmas'
Other: Papermania Transparent Shimmering Dots 

I trimmed the snowflake paper, layered it onto the brown card and attached it to the card front.  I die cut and embossed a white oval and layered it onto a die cut and embossed dark brown lacey oval.  This was attached to the centre of the card.  I die cut the sentiment and placed it in the middle of the oval.  To finish I attached three small snowflakes around the sentiment and attached shimmering dots to the centres.

Kath x

9 comments:

Sue said...

Hi Kath, Another nice Christmas card.

Hope you have a lovely day. Sue

Pat said...

What pretty paper Kath and love the way you have cut the little snowflakes from it and the dark oval frame shows off the lovely large die cut sentiment so well. x

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

Another gorgeous Christmas card, it's not colours that I would have thought of putting together but they work so well.

Sue xx

Karen Knott said...

Gorgeous card, love the Kraft colours and the black lacy frame
Hugs Kaz xx

cotnob said...

A lovely Christmas card Kath, a beautiful die cut sentiment.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Wendy L said...

Great card for our challenge at Allsorts, xxx

Cathy said...

Unusual christmas colours but the browns look great in this design, I need to get started on my chrissy cards too! Cathy x

Tammy said...

Beautiful Christmas card, I love the non-traditional colors! Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog.
Tammy x

Julie B said...

This design would be great for mass production and different colours1
Thanks for sharing at the Alphabet Challenge blog. :)