CCCC-Ornament

Capture d_écran 2018-04-04 à 12.38.39I finally got some fun time in my craft room to play.  Taking part in the April CAS Christmas Challenge them – ORNAMENT.  To keep it simple, I die cut in silver foil an ornament from Spellbinders.  I also die-cut a deckled rectangle to which I added some silver & pearl ink splashes.  I silver heat embossed “Joyeux Noël” (Merry Christmas), glued the ornament with a silver thread bow, added 3 beads and the card was done.

Thanks so much for stopping by, HUGz, JoannaIMG_2554

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9 thoughts on “CCCC-Ornament

  1. So elegant and so classy. Love the silver and white and the splats are fun and fabulous x Sorry for the late commenting…playing catch up this week x

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  2. So gorgeous and elegant, Joanna! Love the splatters and your silver color choice. I’m a huge fan of silver. Thank you for joining us at CAS Christmas. xx

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  3. Jo, that is a gorgeous ornament! I love the way you offset it on the beautiful splattered panel! Great rich heat embossing of the sentiment and lovely embellishment with the thread and beads!

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  4. Gorgeous and yet clean Christmas card, Joanna! I love that you added some silver & pearl ink splashes! They soften the other silver metallic elements not too little but not too much. I always enjoy seeing your unexpected additions – three beads in this card. 🙂 Thanks you for sharing your beautiful card at CAS Christmas! Hideko xx

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  5. WOW! This is gorgeous, Joanna! So elegant with white and silver. Your ornament is beautiful with the intricate design. Love the soft splashed background. Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Christmas! xx

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