It's time for another challenge over at the Holly Jolly Christmas challenge blog, and this time our hostess is Cindy and our sponsors are
The challenge is 'snow much fun and I came up with this card;-
I had fun with this one and went through a lot of versions before I ended up with this:) I really wanted to emboss the acetate but I did not have a heat proof version so it just buckled when I used the heat gun. My white staz on ink had gone weird in the bottle and came out a murky grey, so I had to settle for Brilliance Moonlight White ink which dried in a couple of hours. It isn't as bright as embossed snowflakes would have been, but I'm quite pleased with the results. I stamped inside the card with the word 'snow' in pale blue ink and die cut and stamped the word 'snow' for the front.
It wasn't easy to photograph, but here is a front view, although it reflects the flash!
Whenever I make an acetate card, I'm always unsure of where to write the personal greeting, but on this one it can be written on the back or inside behind the die cut.
I do hope you'll join in our challenge - why not drop by the Holly Jolly blog to see the talent of my fellow teamies.
I'd like to enter this into the Christmas cards all year round challenge - use blue and white,
Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas challenge - anything goes, and the Brown Sugar challenge to use a die cut or a punch.
Thanks for stopping by.
Stamps and die cut from Papertrey Ink.