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Sunday, 12 November 2017

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A white with a touch of silver for today's card

This is a 7" square, white card base with a silver panel slightly smaller, then the top white panel a little smaller still

I then added the smaller white and silver panels to the left of the card and stamped part of the sentiment on the top panel

I die cut several poinsettias, in various sizes, and added a touch of silver around the edges.  The layers were then shaped, glued together and adhered to the card

I stamped and embossed the remainder of the sentiment to the bottom right of the card

INGREDIENTS:
  • white card base ~ CraftUK
  • silver mirror card ~ my stash
  • vellum ~ Woodware
  • silver pen ~ my stash
  • both sentiments ~ Creative Expressions (CE)
  • Metallic Silver Embossing Powder ~ WOW
  • Versafine Clear Ink Pad ~ Tsukineko 
  • Poinsettia Additions Die Set ~ CE
  • pearl gems ~ CE
  • Cosmic Shimmer PVA Adhesive ~ CE
  • Platinum Machine ~ Spellbiners
Tomorrow's post will be shown at 1pm as it's a new challenge at Crafty Cardmakers and Saturday's Card Winner will also be announced

Until then....

June x



5 comments:

  1. What a stunning card June absolutely gorgeous

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  2. Very pretty June. I generally prefer white on black but MUST ADMIT this truely is pretty and a great alternative to wh/blk. Xxx

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  3. A beautiful card June. Love everything about it. Thank you for sharing this.

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  4. Just seen this card in Facebook June and its truely STUNNING. Im definitley a convert to silver and white xxx

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