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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Muse Christmas Visions

Hi Everyone,

just a reminder, that the linky at Muse Christmas Visions is still open and you can come and play with us. We have the super talented Jessica Frost-Ballas from All The Sparkle as GDT this month and her card is just stunning! Sadly, mine does not do hers justice.....but I tried.....

I used an ancient Inkadinkadoo set and inked it up with Versamark. Heat embossed in gold. Colored in some of the snowflakes. Added the sentiment, which is from CUTplorations.

Above is Jessicas gorgeous creation. I went with the color scheme as you can see.

 So come and play along at Muse Christmas Visions  - you'll have until Sunday 8 am to link up your card!
Happy Holiday Card Making!

Linking up with:

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge


Mac Mable said...

Such fun colours to colour the snowflakes, looks so pretty and very contemporary x

Anita in France said...

The golden shimmer is wonderful, Cornelia ... and the colour in the snowflakes really makes them pop! Hugs, Anita :)

Flo said...

So bunte Schneeflocken hab ich noch nirgends gesehen.
Aber das muss nicht zwingend heißen, dass es sie nicht gibt.
Gibt es doch!!! Bei dir!!!
Ein lustiges Kästlein ist da bei dir entstanden.
Liebe grüße

conil said...

I think you're wrong. It does come up to Jess' standards, it's just a different look. Actually reminds me of enamel set in gold. It's lovely.

Monika Reeck said...

the embossing in gold is stunning Cornelia
The gold sentiment too adorable on your card
Love this!!

Pam A said...

Gorgeous! Love your take on the inspiration card.

Janis Lewis said...

Cute! Thanks for sharing at Holly & Ivy.
~DT Janis

Helen Whitehead said...

This is a beautiful card and so creatively interpreted. I'll look out for more of your cards.

Eliz Stewart said...

You did wonders with that ancient Inkadinkdo stamp...love your card!