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Friday, 10 December 2010

Waltzing Simon Says Christmas Without Red or Green

The shiny nature of the silver cardstock (including the Mirri) plus the silver pearlescence of the navy made this very difficult to photograph.

front of card

close-up showing scalloped circle split between 
Mirri & textured silver cardstocks

close-up showing heat embossing of star & 
sentiment panel

angled photo to show sparkle of
 Winter Wonderland heat embossing on star 

inside of card

I have rotated the sketch almost 90 degrees clockwise.

Recipe 
Stamps WS Designs Stars – Christmas, Hobby Art (Love, Joy, Peace).
Inks etc... VersaMark watermark stamp pad with Stampendous Winter Wonderland & Cobalt Blue Embossing Powders, Brilliance Mediterranean Blue for inking some cardstock edges.
Cardstock An assortment of white, navy & silver in various textures & finishes from “stash”.
Punches Woodware (Circle & Scalloped Circles, Scalloped Rectangle), Xcut (ornate corner).

Challenges Entered
Waltzing Mouse Sketch Challenge - WMSC26 (see above)

7 comments:

Lorraine said...

oh i do love this one how the scallop circle is split between the two cardstocks it looks fab and i love that star too i hope you win one of the challenges hun you deserve to xx

Julia Aston said...

What a pretty design with all the stars and silver! thanks for playing with the WMS sketch!

Debgem said...

Paula - this is stunning!!! I love that star and the way you've mixed the two card types. It's fantastic!

Annie said...

very striking design Paula and I bit it shimmers under the lights. I was playing with inks this morning after seeing a technique on line - unfortunately all I got to show for it was inky fingers!
enjoy the weekend and stay warm and snug.
hugs, annie x

Belinda said...

Oh just lovely Paula! Thanks for playing with WMS this week!

Rica said...

Hi Paula, I've written half an email so far, hope to finish it today or tomorrow.
Fabulous card, fabulous images, I love that star, very dramatic, especially the way you've split the papers.

Wendy Ramlakhan said...

Hi Paula ~
This is just stunning looking at the photo, so I can only just how beautiful this must be in real life. Your embossing is perfection!!

(Taking a little break from my "blogging break" and just had to stop by to see what you've been up to) :)