Tuesday 19 November 2013

Joy Christmas Card

Hi everyone. Hope you are well.

I'm steadily getting the Christmas card list crossed off. Here is another one that I have made.

I have this new 'Joy' die from Memory Box that I hadn't used and wanted to use it more for an aperture rather than using the die cut word itself.

Here is my card -

I love the white space on this card. The designer paper is soft enough not to overpower anything either. I used a sentiment from my 'Express Yourself' set which I heat embossed with white powder. I used my Itty Bitty Banner dies and used glossy accents to attach them to a Frosted Finishes Embellishment. The white panel has been popped up with dimensionals.

This card was made for these challenges -

Less Is More - use Designer Paper in a CAS way
Robyn's Fetish Challenge Blog - Use Metal (real or faux) - my second entry
Dream Valley Challenges - CAS - my second entry

Thanks so much for looking xx


  1. Stunning! A beautifully crafted CAS card with a gorgeous metal embellishment, thanks for joining us at Robyn's Fetish this week.

  2. Just popped over from LiM...what a simply beautiful card,Love the JOY of it..

  3. Beautiful CAS card. Love the soft muted colours.

    Love Sheila x

  4. This looks fabulous Kylie!
    Thanks so much
    "Less is More"

  5. Ooh what a gorgeous card love how you used the die Ms Smiley and the DP looks super underneath.


  6. This is a stunning card, I love the CAS design and your soft pastel papers - I saw you over at LIM.

  7. Wonderful design with beautiful image also Nice coloring with metal embellishments........what a great job.........thanks for joining us at Robyn's Fetish Challenge this week............Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!


  8. Perfect CAS card Kylie, love the soft colour of the DP and the cute banner embellie:)
    Val x


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