Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Have yourself a blingy little Christmas

I've been wanting to get a blingy Christmas card done, and after a bit of thought I decided how to do it.


It's hard to see in the photos, but there is a bit of red ink on the raised portions of the embossed panel.  It's visible in person, but not so much in pictures....


Materials Used:
  • Red, black, grey Card stock
  • aluminum foil
  • The Paper Studio embossing folder: Intricate Swirl
  • Red ink (unsure of brand as label is torn, but it smells like cinnamon!) 
  • The Paper Studio Cardstock sticker
  • The Paper Studio adhesive gemstones
  • Celebrate It Basic Narrow ribbon
  • white pipe cleaner
  • Random Adhesives
Challenges:

9 comments:

  1. Awesome card! Love the sentiment panel with all the bling and your foiled embossed panel! Very eye catching!
    Thanks for playing along with us this week over at Merry Monday's! :)

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  2. This is amazing, Sara! I love the embossed foil and the "diamond" encrusted sentiment.

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  3. Gorgeous card. The sentiment made me smile.

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  4. Stunning card, I love how you used the foil.

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  5. This is awesome Sara, love the foil!

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  6. The foil panel is superb! Love the textures of the ribbons too.

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  7. I love your card! Si the Santa Baby a stamp? I love it! And that embossing folder is wonderful.

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  8. Gorgeous, Sara! Love that metallic embossed panel! Thanks so much for playing at Merry Monday!

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