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Saturday, 29 February 2020

Oh Christmas Tree

Hi there.  I am just about in time to get my entry in to this month's Rudolph Days Challenge run by Mo over at Scraps of Life by Scrappymo.  I was thinking that I had got a couple more days forgetting it is a shorter month, though one day longer this year as it is a leap year.   I have made this card using a Crafty Individuals Large Christmas Tree (CI-460) stamped using Versafine Olympia Green which to be truthful is so dark it looks black on the kraft card.  I also stamped the sentiment using the same ink and then heat embossed both using WOW Clear Gloss Embossing Powder.


I decided to add some stars using a freebie stencil which I have had for ages, and added Brilliance White Ink through it using a piece of blending foam.  I then accentuated some of them with a Signo Gel Pen and I also used this for the snow on the tree and some falling snow.

Thanks for visiting today and I hope you will come back again soon.






I am entering the following challenge:

February Rudolph Days Challenge - Anything Christmas goes.
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - No. 260 All About Occasions.  (Great to be chosen as one of the 'Rockers' for this challenge)
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes.
Winter Wonderland Challenge - Anything Christmas Goes.

16 comments:

  1. Lovely card Pat your Christmas tree looks super against your star stencil background

    Anne

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  2. This is gorgeous Pat. I love the use of Kraft card and this CI stamp works beautifully on it. I also love the addition of the stars. You should add this one to the CI FB page. They have a dedicated album for Christmas cards x

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  3. Hello Pat, your card is stunning, always love trees on cards. It's a beautiful image and set against the stars looks fabulous. Great use of Kraft card too. I hope your weekend is a good one, Kate x

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  4. The white ink, along with the white pen on the kraft look fabulous Pat and give such a wonderful layering effect. Fabulous tree and a fabulous card x.

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  5. wow Pat what a beautiful image, the tree and the stars look so amazing together :)

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  6. Love the colours together and the chic look the card has for me. Those white stars are beautiful!

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  7. Such a beautiful card Pat, I love those gorgeous stars and the snowy tree. Thank you for joining in with the Rudolph Days Challenge this month.

    Sue xx

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  8. Gorgeous Christmas card Pat. Love how you've used all those stars, they really draw the focus to the tree. Thanks for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week. Tristan DT.

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  9. That is so pretty Pat... I love the combination of the stars with that lovely tree

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  10. A very elegant card Pat. Thanks for sharing with us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge.

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  11. This is a simply SUPER card Pat, and well deserving of the watercooler rocker slot today - Congrats

    Kathyk

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  12. White on kraft is my all time favourite, Pat and this card is just gorgeous! I love how you added the star behind the tree - just perfect!
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  13. soooo beautiful Pat, love, love how you added the star behind the tree, looks magical.
    xx Karen

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  14. What a lovely card Pat. Love the snowy tree. Hugs Rita xx

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  15. I somehow missed this gorgeous card when you posted it, Pat. The beautiful Christmas tree looks great on kraft. I love you starry stencilled background, especially the way you positioned and large one behind the tree. xx

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  16. Gosh, you have really captured the look of perspective on this great Christmas tree card.
    I love the idea of stenciling the stars. They look fabulous here.

    Sorry I am so late getting round to visiting. Thanks for taking part in the Rudolph Days Challenge.

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