A Christmas card that was ever so easy to make. I have used a Martha Stewart Branch punch, I punched branches out of two different green papers, lots and lots of little branches, then I covered a triangle with them, I have added some pearls, a couple of tiny lights and white liquid pearl to give some branches a snowy effect, cut out some painted paper for the trunk, mounted on 3 different papers and added a sentiment. If you have this punch, give it a try.
Christmas Cards All Year round, October Challenge - Getting ready for Christmas
Craftyhazelnut's Christmasextra for October Challenge - Anything goes as long as it is Christmas related
World Card Making Day - Oct 5
Crafting Musketeers #6 - Christmas in October
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Sunday, October 6, 2013
Time to trim the Tree
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What a gorgeous tree - thanks or sharing for CHNC challenge extra for October and also for CCAYR 'getting ready for Christmas' challenge - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, CCAYR design team xReplyDelete
Wow, looks like a lot of work! I love the dimension and the liquid pearl looks so much like frost! Beautiful! So glad you joined us for our Getting Ready for Christmas Challenge at CCAY!ReplyDelete
Challenge 6 on Crafting Musketeers is 'Christmas in October - it would be good to see this there as well, Hazel, Design Team Crafting Musketeers xReplyDelete
Great card, thank you for joining us over at the Crafting Musketeers Challenge Blog, Fran (DT) xxxReplyDelete
Stunning card. Thanks for joining us at the Crafting Musketeers, Nicola XReplyDelete