I was inspired by the Cas-ual Fridays challenge called Glitter and Snowflakes when I made this Christmas card.
I used this lovely glitter cardstock I purchased recently, which makes a nice contrast to the white snow and the blue sky. The little houses are really cute!
The card was fairly painless to make, as it mostly consists of die cut parts glued together with tape. It's the kind of card one can easily make plenty of in one go.
I started by stamping the snowflakes on watercolour paper and embossing them with white powder. Then I blended Distress Ink over the piece.
The sentiment was stamped in Versamark ink and embossed with silver powder.
I die cut the houses from red glitter, white and steel grey cardstock, then removed the white houses and adhered the red piece behind the white one.
The front piece was adhered to the card with foam tape to add a little dimension.
In the end I cut out roofs for the houses from steel gray card stock and adhered them with liquid glue.
Stamps: Sky Full of Snowflakes - Memory Box, Julestjerne - Papirdesign
Dies: Little Town Border - Lawn Fawn
I have submitted this card to the following challenges:
Cas-ual Fridays: Challenge 162 - Glitter and Snowflakes
Kort o Mania: Utfordring 165 - La det glitre og blinke
Simon Says Stamp: Work it Wednesday November 2016 - Use Dies
Kreativ Scrapping: Utfordring #12 - Jul
Kaboks: Utfordring #08 - Snøkrystaller
SugarPea Designs: Mix It Up Challenge 26
Cards und More: Challenge No. 7 - Anything Goes with Sparkle
Have a nice day!