November CAS Mix Up Reminder 2019

There’s still time to play the CAS Mix Up Challenge for its last post, in 2019. Susan has us making oxidized metal for our cards. There is plenty of inspiration on the blog from the design team, videos and our special guest Arlene.

For this Christmas card, I again used watercolours straight out of the tube onto silver foil card stock and clear heat embossed. I then cut out Alexandra Renke’s Fir Trees with frames dies and placed them behind a SSS Churches die cut backed with the same silver foil card stock. Then I stamped “Joyeux NOEL” (Merry CHRISTMAS) and heat embossed with silver EP.

May the Seasonal Holidays bring plenty of Love, Joy and buckets of KINDNESS your way. Hope to see you in the gallery, thank you so much for stopping by,

14 thoughts on “November CAS Mix Up Reminder 2019

  1. This is breathtaking, Jo! I love the free flowing design and the textured card base! The pop of your stunning metallic tree line surrounding the quaint church in the dale is very eye-catching!! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. Your oxidized metal turned out amazing Joanna!! Love the fabulous die-cut scene you’ve created with the solid and outline trees with white church. Great work, my friend! xx

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  3. Your oxidized die cut trees turned out beautifully, Joanna! I love how you arranged your trees around and over the sweet die cut church and balanced all with your sentiment. TFS my friend. Hugs..Nancy

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  4. This is such a pretty winter scene, Joanna!
    The oxidized metal fir trees are just wonderful! I love the beautiful mix of colors and the way you arranged the solid trees and the tree frames. (I love AR’s dies!)
    The white church looks so pretty among the trees, and the shape of the roof matches the shape of the trees.
    Hideko xx

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  5. What a wonderful layout with the solid fir trees and the outline fir trees, and then the little church! Love the way you did the oxidized metal technique!

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