Wednesday, 8 November 2017

The Heart of Christmas - Week 24


Hi friends and welcome to Week 24 of the Heart of Christmas from the Art with Heart Team.
It's almost a wrap on our christmas inspiration blog posts with just three more to go after this one, so I'll get on with sharing today's card with you. 

I decided to use the Foil Frenzy DSP again this week, and this time I've used Berry Burst.


The card is basically the same design as last weeks, where I've used the 'Painted Harvest' sunflower to create the wreath using Powder Pink and Berry Burst. I stamped the berries and then placed rhinestones over the top and added the Smoky Slate gingham bow, and cut out with a stitched square. The Merry Christmas is from the 'Teeny Tiny Sentiments' stamp set, which is heat embossed in silver and I've used the Classic Label to cut this out and the two pieces of Foil Frenzy that I just overlaid on top of each other to create the extended look, and finished off with two clear Faceted Gems.


Inside I added a piece of Crumb Cake and two strips of the Foil Frenzy DSP to the top and bottom.
The sentiment is from the 'Merry Mistletoe' stamp set and stamped in Berry Burst.


Thanks for stopping by today, if you pop over to Claire's blog you'll be able to see what she has made this week and a list of team members who contributed to Week 24 of the Heart of Christmas.

Last weeks card
Week 23

Until next time.....
Stay happy & stay crafty! 😘























12 comments:

  1. Another beautiful wreath card Carline. Really love this one with the silver and Smokey Slate embellishments.

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  2. Caroline both your cards are just beautiful, so very classy xx

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  3. Another fabulous card! The foil accents are great - I love the way you've used it in the opposite direction to frame your sentiment.

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  4. Gorgeous Caroline, I love that foil DSP, it really jazzes up your card!

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  5. Gorgeous in both colourways, andoh my,that foils adds the finishing touch. I can't believe it hadn't occurred to me to cut a stripe for some trim, thanks for opening my eyes!!!Doh!

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    1. Thank you Rachel. Glad I could help 😊

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