Sunday, 2 August 2015

Christmas card in August

Today, I am playing with a technique demonstrated by Laura Bassen in the latest Online Card Class - taking pieces of a die cut - but I didn't use it as a background, but as a focal point! (and yes, it is a Christmas card, and no, I'm not crazy - well, not much!) The die is a background die - I just took some of the pieces and arranged them to form a snowflake. I really wish I had some of that magic Press and Seal stuff Laura used - would have made this a MUCH quicker card!
 Seeing as I made the snowflake from scraps out of a diecut, and I added little gems, I will be sharing this card over at Virginia's View Challenge.
I'll also be sharing this card over at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - this week, it is Anything Goes.  
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  1. wow! love the colors love the card. so so pretty

  2. This is fantastic! Very creative of you to use a background die for an image. Love it!

  3. Gorgeous inking!! Love the added gems in this, Michelle! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Anything Goes” Challenge! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia’s View “All Things Embellished” Challenge!

  4. I love this Michelle, I have to say the nicest Christmas card with snow flakes I have ever ever seen. Totally love how you did this, you should video this idea and share. Just perfect

  5. beautiful card!!! thank you for playing a long with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

  6. Beautiful Card. And I would also like to get my hands on that Press and Seal stuff ;)


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