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Glittery Christmas Card

Hi Everyone,

I still have some Christmas cards to share - hopefully by now they have reached their destination..... This one I made for The Heart Desires challenge - fell in love with their pretty inspiration photo.


I used my new dies by Alexandra Renke, some glitter paper and silver embossing powder for the sentiment (Hero Arts). The silvery snowflakes are printed on some sheer wrapping fabric, that I bought a long time ago for crafting - it will last me a life time....


A very "girly" Christams card!

Also linking up with:

AAA Challenge - silver
Addicted to Stamps - snowflakes (on the fabric)


Comments

Ashwini Rao said…
Its so beautiful! The colors are so lovely and the glitter looks amazing!
Toni said…
So glittery fantastic!
Jane said…
Wonderful candy colours, superb with the pops of silver! Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.
Mac Mable said…
Girly and gorgeous. Love how you've used the sheer fabric on the card, so delicate and so pretty x
Kim Heggins said…
Fabulous card...love all that wonderful sparkle!
Anita in France said…
Shimmery, shiny, delicate and so lovely, Cornelia ... what a magical card! Hugs, Anita :)
Nora Noll said…
Oh WOW!! This is STUNNING!!! I love the sheer fabric that you used. It looks amazing!!
Rosmarie said…
Oh, die sieht auch wieder ganz toll aus!! ...und wie schön sie funkelt und schimmert!
This is so pretty, love all the glitter! Thanks for joining us at THD! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season!
I really love this design! The embossed snowflakes on the fabric look great, so Christmassy!!
jen said…
What a fabulous take in the challenge! The glittery background with the lovely ornaments is terrific! Thanks for joining us at The Heart Desires!
Aileen said…
Stunning Cornelia, love that background and the glitter, perfect.
~amy~ said…
So very fun + festive! Love the glitz!
Thanks for joining us at The Heart Desires Challenge!
You've totally captured the feeling of the inspiration photo! Thank you so much for joining us this busy month of December and hope to see you in January!

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