Glitter Tree

A CAS card for 3 challenges:

Less is More Challenge #305Primary Colours

Just Us Girls #372Christmas Tree

TIME OUT Challenge #71Christmas with Glitter/Shimmer

I die-cut Penny Black’s “joyful pair” Christmas tree in white glitter paper and proceeded to colour the tiny triangles with Copic markers in primary colours.  On a postage stitched die-cut, by Taylor Expressions, I dry embossed Penny Black’s geometric border die to the bottom edge.  I then proceeded to paper piece the tree.  “Noël” was stamped in red and a little red glitter was added.  This whole piece was adhered to the American Crafts white card stock base.

Hope you enjoy, thanks so much for stopping by, Happy card making. HUGz Joannaimg_1304


The Less is More Blog selected this card as a showCASe 😀  Oooooh so flattered for the recognition, a BIG thanks

20 thoughts on “Glitter Tree

  1. Great idea on how to stretch your glitter paper – and it worked so beautifully on your card! I love the design too – how you offset the panel in the bottom right corner – it showcases the image so well! Thanks for playing along with us at Time Out! Jill


  2. Those coloured glitter pieces look great against the wonderfully textured white around them. Fab card for our challenge.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Anita x
    Less is More


  3. WOW! I’m loving this card and your use of primary colours is simply spectacular. A fantastic design, super CAS and a beautiful festive creation. thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week Sarah


  4. This really looks amazing! I love how you’ve created the tree, such a stylish and distinctive approach, and the textured background and postage stamp panel add even more visual interest while still being CAS. Great job! Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More 🙂


  5. Such a unique card and love that your colored each piece with Copics! Nice job! Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!


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