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Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Christmas Card Club Challenge #14- White on White/smidge of colour

Well, I'm sorry to be running so late, but my craft room is unbearably hot😱 It gets full sun from about 11.00am onwards, and it's like a greenhouse in there. And we all know fans and papercrafts do not play nicely together! I've taken the liberty of combining Christines challenge this fortnight, with another I missed due to holidays- Carols' Sentiment as the Focus' theme.
 I've used a lot of my Christmas embossing folders again- and made 19 cards!





 For my 'smidge of colour', I used gold, silver, red & green embossing powder, and matted that onto matching foil card.
This sentiment is from  a Hobby Art set called Winter Wishes. The red embossing powder is by WOW, called Primary Burgundy Red.
 The green is an old one, called Moonglow two-toned Embossing Powder, and this green is called Fiddlehead Fern & Green Blue.
                           
The die used for the shapes is the same in both these cards, just a different orientation. Its from Spellbinders, and is called Labels 4, in two sizes, large & small.
 The two separate sets combined give you a smaller border than just using one of them.


This sentiment stamp is by Circa Design,XM-VS-62.
The embossing powders are the same in all the cards. The gold & silver detail powders are both by Stampendous.

                                        
Another sentiment from Circa Design, XM-VS-13.
 Matted this time onto card die cut with a Stitched Rectangle die set I bought from The Works.









Yet another Circa Design stamp,XM-VS-10. Some were die cut with the Spellbinders Large Labels, some with the Stitched Rectangles. All the matt pieces were cut with the Stitched Rectangles, as the largest Labels die was used to cut out the sentiment.













And the final group, this stamp is from the Hobby Art set, and the die is Spellbinders Lacy Squares. I've had this for ages, but it's the first time I've gotten round to using it.











10 comments:

dutchess said...

Beautiful cards Shaz....loving all the embossing...and the sentiments are fabulous....
We have had a lovely cool day today...perfect for drying the washing and I even got some housework done before chilling out and watching the tennis...hope you have been a bit cooler today...hugs xxx

Christine Harrop said...

Beautiful cards Shaz. I love all the embossing and the great sentiments. I love to use sentiments as the focus on my cards but Carol beat me to it this time - but I still got it as my pasrt of challenge this way! Well done! Christine

cuilliesocks said...

Hi there Shaz, what beautiful cards, brilliantly embossed and with lovely sentiments, your certainly ahead of the game with all these cards, Kate x x

Rita said...

Beautiful cards Shaz. Perfect for posting too. Hope you're well. Hugs Rita xxxx

Rainey's Craft Room said...

Wow you've made an enormous amount of cards well done, and all fabulously textured using those lovely embossing folders.
Lorraine

Angela Radford said...

I love your Christmas cards Shaz, it's just that I'm starting to get worried again Lol! when I see all those that you've made. I'm hopeless at getting started with mine just always find something else that needs doing. Have a lovely woyww and happy crafting, Angela x13x

MaryH said...

What a wonderful stash of WoW cards, and I loved your idea of combining the challenges, as your cards fit each challenge perfectly. Combining the colored foil with the white was so pretty (and was the smidge of color too!) and I love all these pretty embossing folders you've used. I understand about the heat in the room. We used to have the same problem with the room that has the computers - which generate heat too. In the afternoon the western sun would heat the windows so much that even with the a/c running, ceiling fans, I'd still have to cut off the computers. We had film put on the windows which helped a bit. When we replaced those windows with some more energy efficient ones, that helped a good bit as well. Good luck, and stay cool. TFS

rachel said...

wow Shaz - so many makes and all so beautiful - well done you! Hugs rachel x

Mrs A. said...

Well you have totally put me to shame with my one make. These are all splendid. Love the pops of colour on them. Hugs Mrs A.

Aimeslee W. said...

Shaz I love how with just a few materials and tools, you created all of these cards. With the black hole of art supply plethora we have today, isn't it just almost magical how one tool or a few can produce so much variety? I am not even going to think of how much money and space I could be saving, no no no hahaha! Well done! xoxo

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