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Monday, 14 February 2011

Hot Pink and Sage Green Asterisk Christmas Tree

Here is a variation on the lime and pink Christmas tree card that I uploaded the other day, this one using a more muted green tone.

The Asterisk Christmas Tree image, from the Papermania Honey and Hugs Festive Frolics stamp set, was stamped using Ink It Up! Bright green pigment ink and embossed using Heat It Up! Moss Embossing powder, as were the edges of the image panel. This was matted onto bright pink handmade paper and then a sage green panel die cut using a Labels 8 Nestabilities die.

A strip of green snowflake paper, from the Papermania Traditional Christmas Colossal paper pack, was embossed with clear pigment ink and holographic powder. This was matted onto a strip of the sage green card punched using the Martha Stewart Scallop Dot border punch.

The sentiment was stamped at the bottom of the card using Brilliance Pearlescent Orchid pigment ink. Circles were punched using the border punch from the handmade paper and adhered onto the Christmas tree image.

1 comment:

GoonerGirl said...

Love the layout and the colouring lovely card :O)

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