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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Shining in the East, beyond them far



Sharing the second Christmas card I’ve made today as the rain keeps tumbling down outside, this one feature some dies from Noor! Design and Clearly Besotted.


I’ve based my card on the current sketch at CAS(E) This Sketch.  Stars take the place of the cloud thanks to the current theme at Happy Little Stampers Christmas.  The largest star is actually a small shaker element, I’m loving making up little shakers to add a bit of interest to my CAS cards.

The colour scheme comes from Sparkles Christmas where they want to see projects that use silver or gold.  Using the metallic cardstocks makes for a lovely elegant card with just a touch of extra sparkle from the bitty gems, which replace the raindrops from the sketch.

Ingredients:
Dies, SVGs & Templates etc
Noor! Design Dies ~ 6002/2003 Sparkling Christmas
Embellishments 
Papers 
Core’dinations Kraft Core Tim Holtz Collection Metallics Cardstock ~ Gold & Silver
Couture Creations ~ Acetate
The House of Paper Romanesque ~ White Champagne 
Challenges 



Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments:

  1. Loving this card! Great use of metallics for the stars and what a fabulous idea to have one of them as a mini shaker - very inspired! Thanks for playing at HLS Christmas Challenge.

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  2. What a beautiful Christmas card! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

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  3. Great card! I love your festive take on the sketch!

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  4. This is just the cutest card ever Kath and just perfect for our challenge over at Sparkles Christmas Challenge "Gold or Silver on your card" good luck and hope to see you again next time Dt Member Sandra H xx

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  5. Very sweet card. I love the shaker feature it makes your card extra gorgeous. Thanks for sharing with the Sparkles Christmas Challenge - Use of Silver or gold.

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  6. Emily, What an elegant CAS card! Love the way you incorporated silver in your stars. Thanks so much for joining us at Sparkles Christmas. :)

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Thanks so much for your comments, I really appreciate you taking the time to let me know your thoughts (c: