Good Wednesday afternoon! How is everyone this fine day? I'm great! Thanks! Today's blog project comes from (not so) little ol' me! :) It's an embossed Christmas tree made from the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder. I used the fabulous Patty Bennett's idea from her blog post here. She is a creative genius!
I cut out a triangle shape using some cardboard packaging I saved from Make-n-Takes at Convention 2008. I knew I would need it for something. LOL One sheet didn't work, so I cut out another triangle and glued the 2 of them together. That worked perfectly. I used Shimmery White cardstock and rubbed some Champagne Mist shimmer paint all over the tree. Then I colored the berries with Real Red. The star at the top of the tree is punched from YoYo Yellow and also sponged with Champagne Mist shimmer paint then adhered with a dimensional. This card is so sparkly IRL. The sentiment is from Four the Holidays and is stamped on Shimmery White in Real Red. A piece of Soft Suede polka-dot ribbon (I love this ribbon!) finishes off the card.
Supplies(all SU!): Stamps- Four the Holidays. Ink- Real Red. Paper- Shimmery White, Real Red, Soft Suede, YoYo Yellow. Accessories- Big Shot, Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder, Star punch, Champagne Mist shimmer paint, Soft Suede polka-dot ribbon, dimensionals, sponge dauber.
Until next week...
Absolutely fantabulous idea!
Gorgeous and wonderful idea!! I love the tree, must CASE! I bet that champagne shimmer paint is fabulous on the tree too, can't wait to try it!
This is gorgeous! Really, Wow!!
Patty is a genius :)
Gorgeous tree! Very elegant - TFS
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