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Monday, October 5, 2015

Stampin' Up! Australia - Stampin' Up Christmas Card - Wondrous Wreath

Welcome to this week's Artful Stampers Blog Hop and welcome from Anna's blog. :)

I freaked out a bit at all the layers on this card but you will see that I cheated a bit with the opposing circle elements and made these some metallic twine design features.

I also looked to Paper Pals Arts for their colour combination this week and I went with a non-traditional Christmas card in colours of Blackberry Bliss, Sahara Sand and Always Artichoke.

Here is the sketch for this week...

Here is the colour palette from Pals Paper Arts:

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Card recipe
Stamp - Wondrous Wreath
Ink - Sahara Sand, Always Artichoke, Blackberry Bliss
Cardstock - Whisper White Thick, Whisper White A4, Blackberry Bliss, Always Artichoke DSP (vintage SU), Sahara Sand
Accessories -Silver Metallic Twine, Iced Rhinestones
Tools - Big Shot, Wonderful Wreath Framelit Die, Paper Snips, Stampin' Trimmer, Stampin' Dimensionals, Stampin' Sponges, Glue Dots

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  1. lovely, I love how you have used the string in place.

  2. Yes, great use of the twine. Would never have thought of that.

  3. I freaked out too when I saw all the layers. I love the colour scheme with this stamp set, and the way you have used the metallic twine for the circle layers.

  4. Very pretty and you have the wreath perfectly cut. The Blackberry Bliss just pops off the page.

  5. Gorgeous! Your details perfectly match the color challenge this week. Thanks for having fun with the PALS this week!

  6. Love it! And yes I do love the twine circles, it adds a little something to the card!


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