Vintage NOËL

Had great time in making this card for 3 challenges:

Capture d’écran 2016-08-07 à 17.23.16

“Less is More” Challenge #303 Vintagecapture-decran-2016-11-19-a-15-32-09 theme

Happy Little Stampers; Anything goes with Dies

&

capture-decran-2016-11-19-a-15-31-55CASE(E) this Sketch! #199

I die cut 3 berry branches in water colour paper and started water-colouring them with Derwent Metallic Pencils in bronze, green & red.   I heat embossed the stems in antique gold and Clear Rock Candy glitter was added to all the berries to imitate our early frost.  I also die cut the word NOËL, from Penny Black, and heat embossed it.  The pieces were all adhered on water colour paper as displayed on the sketch.  I really had to embellish the word die to make it POP 😉  so I added Glossy Accents and sprinkled antique gold glitter…it worked!!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!   Happy card making, HUGz Joanna

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13 thoughts on “Vintage NOËL

  1. This is so unique, I love it! Your colour choices for the berry branches are the perfect combo to capture the vintage feel, and I love the added frost and glitter. Fabulous!
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More

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  2. This really is stunning! I love the use of glitter and Glossy Accents which adds so much impact and is a visual feast for the eyes. A perfectly vintage design and still Clean and Simple, which isn’t easy to achieve, so well done. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More 🙂

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  3. So striking and classy, you’ve captured that vintage feel perfectly and maintained a super CAS design.
    Great idea and thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week. Sarah x

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