Wishing You A Merry Christmas

tisdag 26 april 2016

Hello everyone!
I have a card to share today! I´m playing along with this week´s Muse:ChristmasVisions challenge.
Here is the inspiration card.


I decided to try the same color technique as Cornelia on the only reindeer die cut I have from Tim Holtz "Holiday Joy" stamp and sie set. I stamped the sentiment from Scrapfabriken, white heat embossed it and cut it out with border dies from Mama Elephant. Next, I sponged the right-striped edge on the back panel using Wendy Vecchis stencil Dots&Stripes Borders. I finished my card with some enamel dots.
As always thanks so much for stopping by!
Hugs, Birgit

I´m also linking up with the following challenges:
Tuesday Throwdown - Anything Goes
Deep Ocean - Dots and/or Stripes
Crafting By Designs - Get Ready For Christmas
C.R.A.F.T challenge - Christmas

8 kommentarer:

  1. What a sweet project, Birgit! Great choice of colours, embellishment details and the lovely layers are perfect for the elegant Christmas card. Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Throwdown.
    x Asha

  2. So cool your rainbow deer - I think we should start a trend here ;) I really like the black and white "landscape" you created! Thanks for CASEing my card, Birgit - its always a pleasure to see your creations! Come back next week to MCV too!

  3. Oh I really, really like this. It is fab. I love the technique you have used here - one that I must try for myself.
    Good to have you joining the fun at CRAFT this week.
    Hugs Sheryl DT member xx

  4. Sorry about the mix up, Birgit - I will do my best to get your link added. This is a gorgeous take on Cornelia's card! I'm so glad you joined us at MCV this week!

  5. Hi Birgit.

    Such a lovely card.
    Thanks so much for joining us at CRAFT Challenge - Christmas this week!

    Have a nice and creative day, Jana - DT C.R.A.F.T. Ch.
    My blog: http://janinustvarjalnivrt.blogspot.si/ (Jane's Creative Garden)

  6. Birgit, your card is perfect ... love the deer in the rainbow colors. The black and white slopes are perfect grounding.